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ISU coach Fred Hoiberg impressed by Elijah Johnson, says late no-call 'didn't go our way'

You have to let shooters shoot. KU has lacked a killer instinct for the last several years. It is such a joy watching them win games like the ISU game but it has been very hard watching them grind out games, coming back to win against lesser opponents. It happens to often. When a guy like EJ is finally feeling it don't tell him to stop! This is a game, their kids. let them have fun. If you don't want your feelings hurt stay home or don't watch.
Rock Chalk! Let the players play!

February 26, 2013 at 9:10 a.m. ( | suggest removal )

First to ‘worst’: Lowly TCU stuns Jayhawks

West Virginia exposed the flaw in Self's offense so now everyone overplays the pass to the wing and our coach cannot seem to figure out that backdoor cuts to the basket will stop the overplay on the wing. .
I cannot understand why KU players get so rattled when they are forced out of their comfort zone.
Every other great program in the country does that automatically Coach needs to watch a few Duke and North Carolina games from the early 1990's.
Dean and Coach K would have adjusted within minutes. I agree, too many magazine articles and interviews, hard to deliver when there is so much BS.

February 7, 2013 at 8:48 a.m. ( | suggest removal )