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

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2013-14 — Landing Andrew Wiggins, the top-rated player in the 2013 recruiting class and future No. 1 overall pick in the NBA Draft, helped the Jayhawks survive life after the departure of some mainstays. But Wiggins (17.1 ppg) was not enough to lead the Jayhawks very far in the postseason. Kansas earned a No. 2 seed in the Midwest regional, but with dominant freshman center Joel Embiid (11.2 ppg) sidelined with a back injury, Kansas did not make it out of the first weekend, losing to No. 10 seed Stanford, 60-57, in St. Louis in the second round. Kansas finished the season 25-10, marking the first time since 1999-2000 that KU’s loss total reached double digits.

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