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One more time: Iowa State takes on Kansas in Big 12 semifinals

Raise your hand if Bob Zimmerman should move along to one of his other daily activities (napping, eating, recess).

March 14, 2014 at 11:20 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

KU NOTEBOOK: Bill Self wins Naismith coach-of-year award

"In these tournaments, stuff happens. My team played well throughout that whole tournament, including that game.”

not well enough to win, tool.



April 2, 2012 at 12:43 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

NO FOOLIN’! Believe it: KU makes title game

please look at what i wrote. i didn't write that, some idiot on CBS did.

April 2, 2012 at 8:43 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

NO FOOLIN’! Believe it: KU makes title game

from some tool on cbs sports:

I think Coach Self may be losing his memory at least as far as the 2008 NCAA tournament goes. The Kansas nine point comeback against Memphis was one of the most unlikely that I can remember. Memphis suspended one of the top free throw shooters, Andre Allen, before the tournament started, Memphis gave the championship to Kansas by missing countless free throws in the last stretch of the game and Mario Chalmers hit a three-point shot at the end of regulation that Sports Illustrated called a "miracle'. For me in 2008, the best team didn't win the National Championship. The Jayhawks should have received a National Free Throw Shooting Championship since that was what they were best at in 2008. While I read comments about Cal's final four appearances getting vacated, I don't think the press does a good enough job covering all sides of this issue. From news reports I have seen from Kansas on youtube, Darrell Arthur did not get into Kansas before his freshman season without some high school math grades being fabricated by someone. I don't think Memphis or Kansas' 2008 NCAA tournament runs should be vacated/should have been vacated, but it does raise the question why was Memphis punished and Kansas was not. Rose said he took the test and was cleared to play by the NCAA Clearinghouse two times. NCAA has provided no evidence to the contrary that I have seen. I'll be rooting for Kentucky on Monday and if coach Self's memory is correct about this Kansas team being not as talented as the 2008 team that didn't deserve to win the National Championship, then this won't be a very close game.

April 1, 2012 at 2:41 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

NO FOOLIN’! Believe it: KU makes title game

9/10 people surveyed think that the writers at CBS Sports = dumb.

April 1, 2012 at 1:39 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

NO FOOLIN’! Believe it: KU makes title game

Calipari has been waiting for this for four years. Revenge against Self. He may not admit it, but there have likely been more than a few nightmares of his team not fouling before the Chalmers dagger. He's been regarded as the elite recruiter, but has been questioned as an X's and O's guy, largely because of his inability to hang a banner.

He'll get another opportunity -- and this time it won't be a fair fight. Self will be bringing a steak knife to a sword fight while Calipari wields a machete.

"We know they have a lot more talent," Teahan said. "But talent doesn't always win games."

Kansas has shown that for much of the season, pulling away for the Big 12 regular-season title and now pulling the ultimate shocker by advancing to the national championship game.

But this is where it likely ends for Self and the Jayhawks.

"It hasn't hit me," Robinson said. "I'm still in shock."

Self vs. Calipari. Part II.

Only this time Self will be missing more than just Chalmers.

April 1, 2012 at 1:37 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

NO FOOLIN’! Believe it: KU makes title game

that is the most ridiculous article ever written by Dennis Dodd. Kansas "choked?" you shut your dirty mouth when you're talking about KANSAS, Dennnis. Rock Chalk, America!!!

April 1, 2012 at 1:28 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

NO FOOLIN’! Believe it: KU makes title game

"Are they beatable?" Pitino said. "No question about it because Vanderbilt [in the SEC tournament] did it. But you're going to have to play great offense, great defense and you gotta bring an A-plus game and they're going to have to have a B game."

Good luck with all that, KU.

Let's get this straight. Kentucky won Saturday with what was probably one of those B efforts. Kansas? It needed a stirring comeback against Ohio State which, let's face it, choked a bit. Monday's matchups already look mismatched.

Kansas' best chance may be that Anthony Davis, Terrence Jones and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist miss the team bus. This is not a shot at Kansas. Some reporter actually asked on Friday if Kentucky could beat an NBA team.

In December, reporters were asking if the Jayhawks would finish in the top three of the Big 12 after a loss to Davidson. No, Kentucky cannot beat an NBA team. It can beat Kansas mostly because there's no one else who can in this setting. And it already beat the Jayhawks 75-65 back in November. The score was tied at halftime, then the Wildcats just kind of took over.

April 1, 2012 at 1:25 p.m. ( | suggest removal )

Sweet survival: Jayhawks rally past Purdue

we have been there, clown. that's why we're excited - we're going BACK. winning a close game and moving on to the Sw16 is exciting. winning championships is as well!!!

katiekelley a bitter MIZ-OUT fan?

March 19, 2012 at 9:52 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

Plenty to play for: Big 12 title, revenge motivate KU in final battle with MU

time to take the trash out!!! later, clowns!!!

TIgers, MU, Antlers, "Zou Crew", meth labs, walnut bowls, dirt eating goobers, = SUCK IT!!!

February 25, 2012 at 7:47 a.m. ( | suggest removal )