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Jayhawks are masters of the double-digit comeback

Am I jumpin' around all nimbly bimbly from tree to tree?

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Jayhawks see pros and cons of mastering art of comeback | Smithology |

“It's good. I mean, it's good that no matter what happens, you know, the guys haven't panicked,” Self said on the subject of KU winning after trailing by double figures. “It's bad that we’ve put ourselves in a position to be behind in some of those deficits, but when you're playing in a league that is as balanced as our league, I don't think that's totally unusual.”

Self wants Svi to play his way through current shooting slump |

KU coach Bill Self on Thursday likened Mykhailiuk’s recent shooting struggles — 8-of-29 from 3-point range in his last seven games, 3-of-18 in his last five — to that of a hitting slump in baseball.

Bill Self’s offensive shift still paying dividends for Jayhawks

The Jayhawks’ schedule-adjusted offensive efficiency is the top mark in Self’s 14 seasons in Lawrence. And while college offenses are better as a whole this year compared to seasons past, KU’s offense still ranks in the top five nationally — something that’s happened only four times in Self’s tenure.

No minutes limit for KU basketball stars in regular-season finale, Bill Self says | The Topeka Capital-Journal

If the Jayhawks indeed approach their 31st game of the season as they have their first 30, it likely means senior guard Frank Mason will remain on pace to break the team’s minutes per game record under Self. Mason is currently at 36.1 minutes per game, a full minute ahead of the mark set by Sherron Collins in 2008-09.

Bill Self named Naismith Coach of the Year semifinalist

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self has been named one of 10 national semifinalists for the 2017 Werner Ladder Naismith Men's College Coach of the Year, the Atlanta Tipoff Club announced Friday morning. Self won the honor in 2012 and has been a finalist seven times.

Throwback Thursday Podcast: Bud Stallworth

The voice of the Kansas Jayhawks, Brian Hanni, will periodically catch-up with former Kansas student-athletes and staff members as part of his Throwback Thursday podcast. Take a stroll down memory lane with Hanni as he's joined this week by former Kansas basketball player Bud Stallworth.

Know Your Foe Podcast: Oklahoma State

The voice of the Kansas Jayhawks, Brian Hanni, visits with this week's opponent in Know Your Foe, a weekly segment from and the Jayhawk Radio Network. As Kansas prepares for its regular-season finale, Hanni caught up with the Cowboys' John Holcomb.

Tennis - Jayhawks remain in the top-15 for the second straight week

Kansas is now the No. 15-ranked team in the nation as announced by the Intercollegiate Tennis Association, marking the Jayhawks' second consecutive week in the top-15.

Spring practices just around corner for KU football |

Third-year head coach David Beaty and his staff will put the Jayhawks through their first spring practice on Sunday, March 12.


Bob Chipman's career ends after Washburn loss | March 2, 2017 | The Kansas City Star

Chipman had announced he would retire after the season. He was honored after Washburn won its first-round tournament game Tuesday in Topeka and finishes with 808 career victories, a national championship and a national runner-up finish in 38 seasons as head coach.

It's time to call out the simplistic stupidity of how we determine coaches' fates - Gary Parrish -

Illinois John Groce and Kansas State's Bruce Weber are perfect examples.

A deep dive into how utterly dominant Alabama's recruiting is

Somehow, simply saying Alabama has signed the best class in the country seven years in a row doesn’t fully explain how dominant the Tide have been on the recruiting trail during that span.

Baylor's Kim Mulkey issues tearful apology for 'choice of words' -

“I’m sorry for the choice of words,” Mulkey said Thursday as she fought back tears. “The timing wasn’t good. Poor analogy maybe, as well. For those of you who know me, I’m an emotional person. I coach with emotion. I played with emotion, and it was an emotional moment. I guess you’d say it got the best of me because I really do love this place."

Art Briles defends himself in letter, denies cover-up of sexual assaults at Baylor -

Former Baylor coach Art Briles released a statement Wednesday to defend himself and ask Baylor regents to “remember the importance of thorough investigations with full transparency.”

Report: Texas Rangers open investigation into Baylor sexual assault cases -

A spokesperson for the Texas Department of Public Safety confirmed to on Wednesday that an investigation is in its early stages. The decision comes a couple of days after Texas legislators asked the agency to do so. Texas state representative Roland Gutierrez issued a resolution last week asking the Rangers to get involved.