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Jayhawks rolled by Trojans in 85-51 defeat during Round 2 of NCAA Tournament

Hater, I am not. I've posted this before the season started. Tell me a rebuttal Bill Self would have any claims to the opposite of this post.

Bill Self has reached the point where he can't keep KU relevant anymore. It's time for new blood and move away from the Adidas scandal. He's lost his edge and he is done. He has no incentive to produce at 100 percent. He's set too many records, won a national championship, is already in the hall of fame, and gets paid millions and millions a year. He can't catch coach K records. He might as well help himself and KU bball. Go to the NBA make more money for himself and let KU hire some really good new blood who has all the talent and ambition Bill Self had 20 years ago. KU needs new talent at all coaching positions.

March 24, 2021 at 12:37 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Game day breakdown: No. 3 seed Kansas vs. No. 6 seed USC, Round 2 NCAA Tournament

Bill Self has reached the point where he can't keep KU relevant anymore. It's time for new blood and move away from the Adidas scandal. He's lost his edge and he is done. He has no incentive to produce at 100 percent. He's set too many records, won a national championship, is already in the hall of fame, and gets paid millions and millions a year. He can't catch coach K records. He might as well help himself and KU bball. Go to the NBA make more money for himself and let KU hire some really good new blood who has all the talent and ambition Bill Self had 20 years ago. KU needs new talent at all coaching positions.

March 23, 2021 at 4:40 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Jayhawks rolled by Trojans in 85-51 defeat during Round 2 of NCAA Tournament

Bill Self has reached the point where he can't keep KU relevant anymore. It's time for new blood and move away from the Adidas scandal. He's lost his edge and he is done. He has no incentive to produce at 100 percent. He's set too many records, won a national championship, is already in the hall of fame, and gets paid millions and millions a year. He can't catch coach K records. He might as well help himself and KU bball. Go to the NBA make more money for himself and let KU hire some really good new blood who has all the talent and ambition Bill Self had 20 years ago. KU needs new talent at all coaching positions.

March 23, 2021 at 4:40 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Game day breakdown: No. 23 Kansas basketball vs. Kansas State

I posted this 2 weeks ago and I'm just going to put it back up because it needs repeating:

Bill Self has reached the point where he can't keep KU relevant anymore. It's time for new blood and move away from the Adidas scandal. He's lost his edge and he is done. He has no incentive to produce at 100 percent. He's set too many records, won a national championship, is already in the hall of fame, and gets paid millions and millions a year. He can't catch coach K records. He might as well help himself and KU bball. Go to the NBA make more money for himself and let KU hire some really good new blood who has all the talent and ambition Bill Self had 20 years ago. KU needs new talent at all coaching positions.

February 2, 2021 at 5:23 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

No. 9 Kansas can't overcome slow start in 77-69 loss to No. 2 Baylor

Bill Self has reached the point where he can't keep KU relevant anymore. It's time for new blood and move away from the Adidas scandal. He's lost his edge and he is done. He has no incentive to produce at 100 percent. He's set too many records, won a national championship, is already in the hall of fame,, and gets paid millions and millions a year. He can't catch coach K records. He might as well help himself and KU bball. Go to the NBA make more money for himself and let KU hire some really good new blood who has all the talent and ambition Bill Self had 20 years ago. KU needs new talent at all coaching positions.

January 19, 2021 at 4:09 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

No. 9 Kansas can't overcome slow start in 77-69 loss to No. 2 Baylor

Bill Self has reached the point where he can't keep KU relevant anymore. It's time for new blood and move away from the Adidas scandal. He's lost his edge and he is done. He has no incentive to produce at 100 percent. He's set too many records, won a national championship, and gets paid millions and millions a year. He can't catch coach K records. He might as well help himself and KU bball. Go to the NBA make more money for himself and let KU hire some really good new blood who has all the talent and ambition Bill Self had 20 years ago. KU needs new talent at all coaching positions.

January 19, 2021 at 3:46 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

No March Madness: NCAA cancels national championship tournaments

I didn't make this either. I cut and pasted it from their website. These poor kids they rule over and their employee minions who won't have a job in a few weeks :( However the 9 figure bosses will be fine. No problems at all.

March 13, 2020 at 1:42 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

No March Madness: NCAA cancels national championship tournaments

A re-post I wrote on a different story:

I would love, love, love to see college seniors and grad transfers across the board, not just college basketball, but all men's and women's sports, who's future professional career could be severely damaged (Dok, anyone?) by the NCAA to LAWYER UP. I don't mind pro sports cancelling. Players are still getting paid. NCAA has deep pockets, but won't pay players and a couple individuals can't stop them. But with the hit they are taking for canceling sports instead of the more reasonable option they had planned (no spectators) and with several thousand athletes suing for damages to their potential careers, this might just be what can destroy the NCAA.

There were a hundred different ways to handle this situation (The current U.S. situation: less than 2,000 people sick from CoronaV, and a number of deaths that are DWARFED by, oh lets just pull one out of a hat and say, teen suicides) other than just cancelling everything (which is a very black and white decision, forget about grey area). Hypothetical theory #1 of an endless supply of more reasonable solutions could be such as: temporary postponement, with empty stands, with athletes and workers verified "clean", etc, etc. The possible scenarios are vast in the gray area of life. Nothing in life is just black or white, one extreme or the complete opposite extreme.

No class action lawsuit either and no "settling", everyone has to sue individually. This just might, ultimately, lead to what we all really want: to cripple the NCAA. Through media shoveling fear, social media used as "accurate news", political tripe and overall hate, irrational mass hysteria, and a little tiny life form who reminds us of one of our favorite Hispanic beers, we all might have found the greatest cure for one of the worst diseases of the 20th and 21st centuries, the NCAA.

March 12, 2020 at 5:58 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU says all home and away athletic events canceled indefinitely

I would love, love, love to see college seniors and grad transfers across the board, not just college basketball, but all men's and women's sports, who's future professional career could be severely damaged (Dok, anyone?) by the NCAA to LAWYER UP. I don't mind pro sports cancelling. Players are still getting paid. NCAA has deep pockets, but won't pay players and a couple individuals can't stop them. But with the hit they are taking for canceling sports instead of the more reasonable option they had planned (no spectators) and with several thousand athletes suing for damages to their potential careers, this might just be what can destroy the NCAA.

There were a hundred different ways to handle this situation (The current U.S. situation: less than 2,000 people sick from CoronaV, and a number of deaths that are DWARFED by, oh lets just pull one out of a hat and say, teen suicides) other than just cancelling everything (which is a very black and white decision, forget about grey area). Hypothetical theory #1 of an endless supply of more reasonable solutions could be such as: temporary postponement, with empty stands, with athletes and workers verified "clean", etc, etc. The possible scenarios are vast in the gray area of life. Nothing in life is just black or white, one extreme or the complete opposite extreme.

No class action lawsuit either and no "settling", everyone has to sue individually. This just might, ultimately, lead to what we all really want: to cripple the NCAA. Through media shoveling fear, social media used as "accurate news", political tripe and overall hate, irrational mass hysteria, and a little tiny life form who reminds us of one of our favorite Hispanic beers, we all might have found the greatest cure for one of the worst diseases of the 20th and 21st centuries, the NCAA.

March 12, 2020 at 5:47 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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