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Kansas Jayhawk news and Notes 3.24.13

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Kansas Jayhawk news and Notes 3.24.13

Jamie Squire

Kansas Basketball

Kansas-Carolina more than coaches | KUsports.com
“I don’t know if there’s any importance at all about the coaches, at least from my perspective. I think if coach (Roy) Williams and I were to go out there and play 1-on-1, I think I could back him down on the post pretty good,” said KU coach Self, a 50-year-old former starting point guard at Oklahoma State. Williams, 62, was a point guard on the JV team at North Carolina.

Three reasons I think North Carolina doesn't match up well with KU | Five-minute Scout | KUsports.com
Newell breaks down the matchup.

Nearly 10 years ago, the hunt for Bill Self was on - KansasCity.com
But he did know one thing: In his heart, he believed Williams would stay at Kansas. But if the unthinkable came to be, Konzem knew this wouldn’t be the last time he talked to Bill Self.

Opinion: Jeff Withey capable scorer, also | KUsports.com
Withey did, making seven of nine from the field on the way to a game-high 17 points in the 64-57 victory. Western Kentucky didn’t have the size to keep him from scoring down low.

KU needs Withey to show mean side on court - KansasCity.com
Self likes mean. Or, at least, he likes guys who play mean. Calls them assassins. Actually, if the cameras aren’t around he uses a different word with the same first three letters, and he has built much of his success at Kansas on them. Thomas Robinson. Tyshawn Taylor. Brandon Rush. Sherron Collins. The Morris twins.

NCAA Tournament

Source -- UCLA Bruins to fire coach Ben Howland - ESPN Los Angeles
UCLA is expected to announce on Sunday that basketball coach Ben Howland has been fired, a source with direct knowledge of the situation said late Saturday night.

Wichita State headed to Sweet 16 after upset of No. 1-seeded Gonzaga - KansasCity.com
Wichita State knocked off No. 1 and is headed to Los Angeles as one of the biggest stories of the NCAA Tournament.