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Jayhawks’ effort called into question

Cock a doodle do Rooster.

January 14, 2016 at 1:16 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Jayhawks’ effort called into question

Maybe you should stop commenting on how a betting line works... You still do not get it.

January 14, 2016 at 1:14 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Jayhawks’ effort called into question

Can you name anyone that does like you Jay? Anyone but your pseudos that is?

January 14, 2016 at 1:11 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Jayhawks’ effort called into question

Again you do not disagree with anything I said, just take a pot shot like an immature child. BlueJay I know you frat guys sometines have issues with acting your age in college but you got to grow up sometimes and act like an adult.

You need to quit hiding behind your many persona's and just stick to the topic at hand.

January 14, 2016 at 1:05 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Jayhawks’ effort called into question

John, Joe, I hear what you are saying, I saw the headline on this article and I am not sure I buy a lack of effort or even a lackadaisical approach.

They got it to within 4 so they fought back after the half, WV was playing the same, KU showed both fight and effort. They just did not play very well, they were in position to make play after play but made bad decisions over and over again. You cannot win on the road like that.

I do not fault them being late to the game, some of the WV players were too, but I always leave a lot earlier when there is bad weather, I live in Chicago, 25 miles in 4 hours is a given in the snow. (thats on the tollways) Its better to be too early than late, late makes you rush and we looked rushed in that game.

They could have had a better game plan, they sure did not look ready for the press, and with experienced players you would think they would, but again bad decisions, lots of mental errors were their downfall.

I am going to bring up leadership, especially when the team is playing bad. We have key players who are not vocal, or emotional when the chips are down. That is ok, but someone has to grab some jerseys and say enough when we get down by 8+. After a bad play seek out the player who made it and give them some encouragement, a swat on the back.

In Chicago we have one of the best leaders on any sports team in the country Jonathan Towes NHL, he is not a real vocal or emotional player. Heck his nickname is Captain Serious. But when someone screws up you can hear him above the crowd, even on TV, yell WAKE UP, or GET in THE GAME. It is his team, last one off the ice, first one on it. I am not sure who that is for us. I miss TR and his emotion sometimes, especially after games like that.

I think this is just blip not a common occurance. OU could have lost last night at unranked OState, things happen on the road in the B12. OU was not late, or dealing with bad weather or playing a pressing team, or even traveling very far to play.

January 14, 2016 at 6:12 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Familiar feeling: KU falls at West Virginia for third straight season

please don't encourage him

January 13, 2016 at 9 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Familiar feeling: KU falls at West Virginia for third straight season


-- Cock a doodle do - The Rooster crows again.

Typical Jay, Looking for a fight where there is none, telling everyone their thoughts do not matter unless they agree with him, and while making a good post to start with cheapens it with an immature low brow blast in the mud.

Quit crowing on every article and stick to your points, they are the only thing anyone wants to read.

Also it would be nice for you to use just one sign in, you have clogged up the comments enough on here.

If this bothers you, the facts, you can hate and keep acting like the kook you like to be on here. I would end this with "speak up" but you got plenty of hot air, from somewhere, and will anyway.

January 13, 2016 at 8:57 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Ball security could secure win at WVU

Ever the optimist. :)

Not sure that is going to happen... As you can see.

January 12, 2016 at 12:07 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Ball security could secure win at WVU

This is the game that two PGs should pay off. Now can we take advantage of that?

Keys this game Low Turn Overs, Rebounding Edge, and Defense. If we control the boards this will lead to more run outs in transition instead of trying to bring it up the floor against a press.

I look for Mason, Graham to have big games and for Perry to get his.

Turnovers - less than 12
Rebound edge by 10
WV shooting less than 40%

KU by 6

January 12, 2016 at 12:05 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

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