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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 3.7.13

Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 3.7.13


Kansas Basketball

Bill Self: Landen Lucas will ‘be a load’ |
“He’s doing great. He’s becoming more explosive,” Self said of Lucas on Tuesday’s “Hawk Talk” radio show. “He’s probably the toughest kid we have inside without question. He is a presence. He needs to get a little more athletic, quicker twitch in some areas, but he’s really gained on that. I think he’ll be a load. I think he’s going to be a really nice player.”

No link here, but last night there were a number of upsets in college basketball. Perhaps the most notable was Georgetown. From a seeding perspective any potential no. 1 seeds losing helps Kansas, but from a placement perspective did that loss play a positive roll? Negative roll? Doesn't matter? Who are your current no. 1 seeds?

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Indiana hoisted the Big Ten championship even though it’s still a win away from the outright title | The Dagger: College Basketball Blog - Yahoo! Sports
This happened.

Happy enough with a share of Big Ten title, Indiana turns Senior Night into a sideshow - Yahoo! Sports
Looks pretty empty. I'm guessing Indiana fans aren't probably thrilled with this moment this morning. I don't imagine it was something done intentionally, but they probably thought they would win the game and planned to do all of this. Then you lose, sort of looks foolish.

Handing out national awards and other honors from the regular season - college basketball - ESPN
The Jayhawks' 7-footer pick up where he left off last season, when he set an NCAA tournament record for blocks while leading KU to the NCAA title game. Withey ranks first in the nation among active players in blocks with four per game. Even more amazing is that Withey averages only 1.9 fouls.

Notre Dame Fighting Irish could join ACC this summer if school can negotiate Big East exit, according to sources - ESPN
The ACC will allow Notre Dame to join the league this summer if the Fighting Irish can exit the Big East Conference, sources told ESPN.