Kansas Jayhawks News for February 28, 2014
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Kansas-OSU ‘rivalry’ to resume today

The officials were kept busy trying to keep order on the court the last time Kansas University played Oklahoma State in basketball. By Gary Bedore

Selden finds role among star freshmen

There are really two Wayne Seldens, but Bill Self will spend the next couple moments talking about the first one.This Selden, a Kansas freshman guard, has the confidence to call out his teammates and the maturity to do it in the most effective way possible. “He’ll be one of the better leaders we’ve had at KU if he’s in school long enough,” Self says. “Because he gets it. He gets it.Read more

High school of KU basketball signee Cliff Alexander forfeits...

Curie High, the Chicago school attended by Kansas basketball signee Cliff Alexander, has forfeited its 24 victories and a city title after an investigation found the school played with seven ineligible players this season. The Chicago Public Schools released its investigation findings but did not name the ineligible players.

Selden finds role among KU's star freshmen

At times, it feels like freshman guard Wayne Selden is still trying to figure out exactly what he is for No. 5 Kansas, which can clinch an outright Big 12 title in a Saturday night matchup with Oklahoma State in Stillwater. But slowly, Selden seems to be finding his place.

Wiggins one of 10 semifinalists for Naismith Trophy

Kansas University freshman Andrew Wiggins has been named one of 10 semifinalists for the 2014 Men's Naismith Trophy, the Atlanta Tipoff Club announced Friday.

KU's Wiggins, Wichita State's VanVleet among 10 Naismith Award...

Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins and Wichita State sophomore Fred VanVleet were among 10 finalists announced Friday for the Naismith Award, given annually to the nation's best college basketball player.

Kansas-Oklahoma State basketball preview

After clinching a share of the Big 12 title Monday, Kansas can clinch the championship outright with a victory Saturday at Oklahoma State. The game tips off at 8 p.m. and will be televised on ESPN.

Roundtable: Possibilities for KU in the NCAA Tournament

Do you want a piece of Wichita State? Well, do you? So Wednesday evening on the drive home, I was listening to 610 AM (sports talk radio in KC). They were discussing possibilities for our beloved Jayhawks in the NCAA Tournament. They mostly talked about three possibilities: 1. #1 seed in the MidWest (Indianapolis) with WSU as the #2 seed 2. #2 seed in the MiWest (Indianapolis) with WSU as the #1 seed 3. #2 seed in the West (Anaheim) with Arizona as the #1 seed A fourth, less likely possibility

Kansas Jayhawks News and Notes 2.28.14

Today's look around the interwebs. Kansas Basketball Column: Andrew Wiggins the right choice for Big 12 Player of the Year | KUsports.com “He’s had the best year on our team to this point,” Self said. “He’s been the most consistent and best performer on our team. That’s pretty good when you really don’t have upperclassmen to teach you how to do it and you have all this expectation and hype. At least from the outside looking in, to me it looked like he had the weight of the world on his shoulde

Big time offer from 2015 guard Justin Simon [$]

Four-star guard Justin Simon recently revived a big time offer. Jayhawk Slant has the very latest.

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