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“College will always be my favorite time, my best time in my life,” the 21-year-old Wiggins, who has completed two seasons with the NBA’s Minnesota Timberwolves.
“College teaches fundamentals and the basics of the game, and coach (Bill) Self taught me a lot,” Wiggins says, “whether that was help-side defense, cutting without the basketball… It was a lot of different things, even getting at it defensively. You know, he always challenged me to do better and be better.”
KU finished a distant 10th in the voting, earning 27 points compared to 59 for ninth-place Iowa State. But simple math indicates that exactly one member of the Big 12 media contingent that voted in the poll picked the Jayhawks to finish ninth instead of 10th during David Beaty’s second season as KU’s head coach.
Year in and year out, freshmen step on campus and make an immediate impact. With that in mind, we’re taking a team-by-team look at the most intriguing freshmen on each Big 12 roster. Today, we continue the series with Kansas.
KU's offensive line, which OL coach Zach Yenser said back in June was starting to play with that mean streak that all good offensive lines need to have, will be under the microscope again for this young offense in 2016.
Kansas softball head coach Megan Smith added transfer Sarah Miller and incoming freshman Zara Voulgaris to the 2017 Jayhawk roster, as announced Thursday afternoon.
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Practically every team in the NBA passed on this seldom used center from the University of Kansas. WHOOPS!
We know about Albert Pujols or Derek Jeter what we could never know about Gehrig or Wagner: what they could do against the best competition on the planet in the most competitive era in the game's history. Let's credit them for that.
On Thursday, as the torch was going through the city of Joinville, a spectator tried to put out the flame with a fire extinguisher. The man was then apprehended by security, while the runner made their way to a new person to hand the flame. No humans or flames were harmed.
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The classic controller that comes with the mini-NES can also be used to play Virtual Console NES games on the Wii U or Wii console, according to Nintendo.