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No. 3 Kansas edges unranked Kansas State to avoid another upset - Feb 7, 2017


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Josh Jackson (6'8''-G-97)'s left eye was still blood red after it got poked during practice earlier in the day, and a bruise was forming on Frank Mason (5'11''-PG-94) III's right elbow after a spill over courtside tables as he tried to save a loose ball. Yes, third-ranked Kansas is a supremely talented team. Turns out the Jayhawks have a lot of fight, too. Jackson dealt with the bright lights that caused him vision problems to score 18 points, Mason's trip over the table highlighted his 21-point performance, and the Jayhawks rebounded from a rare home loss to hold off pesky Kansas State, 74-71, on Monday night. 'I think those plays define seasons,' Kansas coach Bill Self said afterward. 'It's always an extra-possession hustle play that means the most to your team.' All those hustle plays allowed the Jayhawks (21-3, 9-2 Big 12) to beat the Wildcats (16-8, 5-6) for the fifth straight time, though it was just as nip-and-tuck as their meeting in Lawrence. The game was tied 63-all with 2:50 left when Kansas ripped off six quick points, but the Wildcats kept hanging around. D.J. Johnson (6'9''-F-93) hit three of four foul shots down the stretch, and Kamau Stokes (6'0''-G-95) hit a 3-pointer from the wing to get within 72-69 with 19.2 seconds to go. Devonte Graham (6'2''-G-95) calmly hit two more free throws to put the game away. 'We haven't lost two in a row since 2013, not that it matters,' Mason said, 'but we wanted to come in here and play aggressive and play with a lot of pride.' Dean Wade (6'10''-F-96) led the Wildcats with 20 points. Stokes added 16 points and eight boards, Johnson had 14 points and Wesley Iwundu contributed 13 points and 11 rebounds.
Courtesy of: usatoday.com

  




Koby McEwen
Utah State Transfer Koby McEwen Chooses Marquette - 1 day ago
As reported by ESPN's Jeff Goodman on Sunday night, former Utah State point guard Koby McEwen (6'4''-G-97) will be a Golden Eagle. This is the second transfer that Marquette Golden Eagles head coach Steve Wojciechowski has reeled in this week with the primary assist going to associate head coach Brett Nelson, as Joseph Chartouny, a grad transfer from Fordham who will be able to play in 2018-19 committed to MU on Friday. Unlike Chartouny, McEwen will have to sit out a year, as traditional...   [read more]
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Courtesy of cbssports.com College basketball is almost done filling its coaching vacancies around the sport. The only jobs yet to be taken: Chicago State, Delaware State, Detroit and Siena. The Siena gig opened last Friday after Jimmy Patsos handed in his resignation amid controversy. There have been 52 openings among Division I programs from last season. Below is the entire list of changes, the majority of which have come from mid- and low-major conferences   [read more]

Joseph
Chartouny
Marquette lands graduate transfer guard Joseph Chartouny from Fordham - 3 days ago
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