Once Marcus Garrett is ready, transition should be smooth for Jayhawks | Smithology | KUsports.com
Now comes the tricky part, right? Garrett this week finally has been able to participate in practices as he works closer to a return. But when Garrett was out, freshmen Devon Dotson and Ochai Agbaji emerged as reliable producers for Kansas. What happens to the chemistry and flow and momentum when the Jayhawks are reintegrating Garrett into the rotation, possibly as soon as this Saturday’s crucial road test at Texas Tech?
Bill Self could see crazy finish to Big 12 regular season
The PA announcer's voice rang out over the speakers during KU's win over West Virginia. He wasn't announcing a basket or ruling from the officials. Rather, he read off the final score of the K-State game — the Wildcats lost at home to Iowa State — which drew a roar from the crowd at Allen Fieldhouse.
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