After KU received its 11th one seed and the second overall seed Sunday, four Kansas seniors walked…
The Journey Begins
No number one seed has ever lost to a 16 seed in the history of the NCAA Tournament and if you ask Kansas coach Bill Self, that's just how he would prefer to keep it. But as this year's tournament looms, Self as he's done often at Kansas, warns all who will listen. As his team is once again fortunate to be a top seed. "Oh, it's going to happen," Self said. "A 16 is going to beat a one, eventually. Certainly, we don't want that to happen." The warning has his team focused as they prepare for Friday's night matchup with Western Kentucky, a team that is exceptionally coached by Ray Harper and is no stranger to the...
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