INDIANAPOLIS – The Kansas Basketball Program took a rumor meeting last month through the federal trial based on corruption in…
INDIANAPOLIS – The Kansas Basketball Program took a rumor meeting last month through the federal trial based on corruption in college basketball because, among other things, text messages and wiretaps were given evidence of detailed doubtful conversations between the KU staff and two former Adidas employees who have now been sentenced to felons. There was no so-called smoke gun, why Bill Self continues to coach without problems or interruptions. But it was still a bad look as for most fans of most other programs will do anything because the string of Big 1
2 regular season championship Kansas has won.
People will always question the methods.
But none of it was playing on Tuesday night.
When the jayhawks came into court at Bankers Life Fieldhouse, they made it a rousing ovation and the highest team of college colleges thanks to a roster loaded with five star freshmen watches and experienced and overwhelming bigs. Yes, they miss Silvio De Sousa because his guardian claims to have accepted unlawful benefits to enroll 6-foot-9 in Kansas – which could ultimately force the school to leave its 2018 Final Four appearance. But it did not prevent Jayhawks from hoping for a 17-point first semiconductor and holding on for a 92-87 victory over the 10th, Michigan ranked the Championship game opening game.