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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 11.6.12

Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 11.6.12


Kansas Basketball

Self upset with 'miserable' offense following KU's 62-50 win over Washburn |
Sounds like our senior leadership isn't there at the moment.

Opinion: Be kind to Jayhawks, because Self won't be |
He's not one of the best coaches in the country because he was nice to every team he had.

Notebook: Young resumes shooting at practice; McLemore snares 10 boards |
McLemore looks good, another interesting recruiting reclassification as well.

KU beats pesky Washburn 62-50 in exhibition hoops -
You can probably be safe in assuming that Kansas coach Bill Self didn’t plan on using three timeouts in the first 10 minutes of the second half on Monday night. But here he was, upset and aggravated, as Kansas struggled to put away a pesky Washburn squad in the second half. So here was another timeout. Another 30 seconds of yelling and coaching.

KU gets ugly exhibition win against Washburn |
Bill Self called one of those angry timeouts early in the second half of Monday’s exhibition, the kind of timeout that usually precedes a good chew-out.The timeout came after Elijah Johnson settled for a guarded jump shot, which came after Jeff Withey launched a 20-footer, which came after Ben McLemore took a baseline jumper when he had a clear path to the basket. “C’mon, Ben!” Self barked. “Get aggressive one time!”

Kansas Football

College Football

Oregon passes Notre Dame in BCS standings - NCAA Football -
Can Kansas State hold off the Ducks?

On The Mark: Week 11 - ESPN
It appears more likely, especially after Saturday's results, that we'll have more than two unbeaten teams at the end of the regular season. But remember, history is rife with shocking November results.

College Basketball

What's old is new again in college hoops - men's college basketball - ESPN
So is it 2012 or the late 1980s? College basketball fans from a quarter-century ago would certainly recognize this year's preseason top 20, which is littered with programs that loved the second half of the '80s and should love this season as well.