SAN ANTONIO — Postgame notes following KU's 75-68 (OT) national championship victory over Memphis on…
Wrapping Up From San Antonio
For a coach who has been wrongly criticized and maligned for two first-round losses in the NCAA tournament and losing in the Elite Eight four times, Self was now on top of the college basketball world. With the prized net in hand, he turned to the rabid Jayhawks’ fans in the stands and pumped his right fist in the air Then he turned around and faced the KU fans on the other side and pumped his left fist three times. After soon visiting with his team in the celebratory locker room, Self and the five starters walked out the door. As they headed toward the interview room for the postgame press conference, a reporter quickly asked Self and the players how they felt. “Unbelievable,” Self said. “I feel really great,” senior Russell Robinson said with a huge smile. “Number one.” “It’s a great way to go out,” added fellow senior Darnell Jackson. After the press conference, Self met with a group of reporters across from the KU locker room and talked about one of the greatest nights of his...
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