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NCAA Tournament 2017: 28 in a row and counting...

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1998-99 — The loss of Paul Pierce and Raef LaFrentz brought the Jayhawks back down to Earth and Kansas finished the ‘98-99 season with double-digit losses for the first time in the Roy Williams era. Sophomore center Eric Chenowith (13.5 ppg) and senior guard Ryan Robertson (12.8 ppg) led the KU offense but the Jayhawks managed just a No. 6 seed and, despite a career-high 31 points from Robertson, fell to third-seeded Kentucky, 92-89 in overtime, in the second round.

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