The Wooden Award Committee announce its choice for the 2008-09 Player of the Year Award April 10th.…
Jayhawks Not Satisfied
But to advance to Sunday's game, No. 3-seeded KU (27-7, 14-2 Big) must knock off No. 2 Michigan State (28-6, 15-3 Big Ten) in the Sweet 16 Friday at approximately 8:45 p.m. (CST) at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis. The game features a rematch between the two teams' battle last Jan. 10 in East Lansing, where the Spartans dominated the Jayhawks with a 75-62 victory. Two and a half months later, KU is much improved team heading into this Sweet 16 battle. The young Jayhawks were still trying to find their way that January afternoon at the Breslin Center, and junior forward Mario Little (fouled out with no points in seven minutes) was playing in just the third game of his college career after being sidelined with injuries. The Spartans led 37-18 at halftime and whipped KU on the boards, 42-31. Junior guard Sherron Collins led Kansas with 25 points, while sophomore guard Kalin Lucas paced MSU with 21 points. The Jayhawks shot just 40 percent from the field, although they held the...
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