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“I think the other two games I was more disappointed from an intangible standpoint. Today I was more disappointed from a poise standpoint. We didn’t exercise much poise when it got tight. We cut it to four, 66-62, and had a chance. We didn’t play well after that,” Self added.
“Well, they may have gotten tired. When the game is going tough like that, it’s hard to put those guys in who have never been in that situation when the game is on the line,” Self said.
Kansas coach Bill Self met the media following his team's 85-72 loss to Iowa State on Monday night. Here is his postgame press conference in its entirety.
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Oklahoma dropping to fourth on two AP ballots is dumb. But Providence dropping three spots on another voter's ballot after going 2-0 with a home win over Butler and a road win at Villanova is the most inexplicable thing in this week's AP poll.
"We are currently gathering information regarding the video in question," the statement reads. "This is an issue we take very seriously and one that will not be tolerated within our program. We will take appropriate action once we have all the facts. In the interim, Maty Mauk has been indefinitely suspended from the Mizzou football program."
Mr. Ed says: Dabo Swinney seems like one of the coolest coaches out there. How could you not want to play for this guy?
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At the time, Belichick said he wanted to add some spice to something he viewed as a "non-play."
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Fans who arrived early to Monday night's huge Iowa State home game against Kansas got an interesting show. And it had nothing to do with basketball.
You think you've seen it all, but then a game turns and ends on a four-point play wherein a guy heaves a 35-foot shot in a 3-point game, sinks the basket, then buries the winning free throw to complete an inconceivable comeback.
Remember the 'Seinfeld' episode guest starring Keith Hernandez? Syndicated advice columnist Amy Dickinson apparently didn't.