Analysts applaud Kansas' Big 12 title streak
“Come on. I mean, 14 consecutive Big 12 titles,” Williams said. “I know a lot of people are going to try to say, ‘Oh I told you so about Kansas.’ It’s not about that. The dominance that that group has had, that deserves to be praised. Bill Self’s record at home is 258-16. That is incredible. And the amount of turnover that we have, the coaches these days, coaches don’t win it one season, [people] talking about them being fired. He’s just done an incredible job and the sustained excellence that they have in that program, he deserves a standing ovation.”
KU’s Bill Self reflects on one of a kind Big 12 streak | The Kansas City Star
“The reality,” Self surmised after reflecting on the streak during the day, “is it’ll never happen again in a Power Five-type conference. Gonzaga (West Coast Conference) will always have a chance to run the table because they are so dominant in their respective league, but this will never happen again. Never is a long time, but it’ll never happen again.”
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