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Mar
06

So you’re saying there’s a chance (Take 2)

So Saturday’s game ended in the Frank Erwin student section chanting “Worse than Baylor…..” But thanks an 15 point (yes, 15 points) offensive effort in the second half and PJ Tucker’s poor clock management KU is back in the mix. The loss, while surprising, isn’t a complete shocker. This was a road game, against a rival, and facing an up-and-coming coach in A&M’s Gillespie.
Now it comes down to Saturday as KU plays k-state in Manhattan, a place they haven’t lost in close to 20 years. Should they win, they can, at worst, tie for the conference title. That said, due to Saturday’s ass-handing UT would be the number 1 seed in the Big XII tournament. But should Texas lose to OU, KU takes it all.

PhogBlog has a nice analysis of Saturday’s game.

Simply amazing for a starting five comprised of two sophomores and three freshman. What looks to slip away continues to find its way back.

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1 Response to “So you’re saying there’s a chance (Take 2)”


  1. 1 Wife
    March 3, 2006 at 8:21 am

    The roller coaster ride that is KU basketball is completely and untterly emotionally draining. I love this youg team, they are so exciting so watch (with the occasional cringing moment where one of the freshman races to the basket with 2 minutes left on the clock and a 2 pt lead)…but hey, no worse than Tucker’s bumbling move last week. I would love to see the Horns take 4 national titles in one year (baseball, track, football and now basketball), but I do love those baby Hawks.


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