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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 2.17.11

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LAWRENCE KS - FEBRUARY 12:  Markieff Morris #21 of the Kansas Jayhawks slautes the crowd during the game against the Iowa State Cyclones on February 12 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence Kansas.  (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
LAWRENCE KS - FEBRUARY 12: Markieff Morris #21 of the Kansas Jayhawks slautes the crowd during the game against the Iowa State Cyclones on February 12 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence Kansas. (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
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I just realized that we're less than two weeks from March.  That's good news and bad news.  Good news is it's the best time of the year. Bad news is, the year is almost over.  Summer will soon be upon us and that long break known as baseball between Jayhawk basketball and Jayhawk football ensues.  It's not that I'm against baseball, in fact the Rockies are really doing a lot to fully capture my summer interest.  I just like the Jayhawks better and I always hate the temporary ending.

Kansas Basketball

Morris twins’ reputations called into question | KUsports.com
“They have developed a reputation that is not favorable at all. It is to the point now it’s going to cost them. We thought we had this thing addressed to the point we wouldn’t have to revisit it again. We have had to revisit it.”

How Necessary is Selby? | Upon Further Review
Upon Further Review keeps beating the drum about Selby and Taylor. This post points to Taylor's EFF being lower in games that Selby plays, I think without looking at what is causing it to be lower we're wasting our pixels.

KU: Self - "ish" or "less" | Upon Further Review
Another UFR piece, this one focusing on a comment by Bill Self saying "his players" would have hunted down a shot to get to 40 points. Manley goes through some statistics to show that KU's players aren't selfish and HCBS was just venting.

Kevin Haskin: Lots of class displayed by KU, K-State | CJOnline.com
The weekly odd twitteresque blurb from Kevin Haskin. I guess that's sort of what it's supposed to be then.

Kansas Baseball

Different strokes: New NCAA bat rule taking college baseball by storm | KUsports.com
We talked bats a week or so ago, here's more on the new rule.