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Loophole? Could Shabazz Muhammad play in the Legends Classic?

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(UPDATE: No, he can’t.) When Josh Selby enrolled at Kansas, there were plenty of question marks about his eligibility and just how long it would take for him to don a Jayhawk uniform. For those that don’t remember, it ultimately took the NCAA until November 19th for the NCAA to finally make a ruling, when [more]

Naadir Tharpe ‘didn’t do anything spectacular last year at all’

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One thing that the Bill Self’s Kansas program has proven is that if you’re willing to bide your time and accept a role on the bench, you’ll eventually end up reaping the benefits. Sherron Collins went from seventh man to first-team all-american at the same time that Cole Aldrich went from “is that big guy [more]

Indictments made in alleged drug ring involving Kansas Jayhawks

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Indictments have been made in the alleged drug ring tied to the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team, now citing 35 people and 101 counts of wrongdoing. According to the Associated Press, federal prosecutors allege that the ring supplied $17 million worth of drugs to people mostly residing in Kansas, which then goes on to make the [more]

Alleged marijuana dealer reportedly supplied Kansas basketball players

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A Kansas City-area man charged in a large-scale drug ring allegedly supplied marijuana to some members of the 2010-11 Kansas Jayhawks men’s basketball team, according to a federal prosecutor. The report from the Kansas City Star, published Friday, says that Samuel Villeareal III, 32, is one of 25 defendants charged in U.S. District Court with [more]

Is John Calipari truly the villain against Bill Self?

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Over the coming two days, one of the story lines that will be the most intriguing to follow is that of John Calipari and his quest to win his first national title. Calipari is a polarizing figure in the sense that Kentucky fans worship him while most everyone else, with or without a rooting interest, [more]

Recruiting rundown: UNLV should be optimistic about Shabazz Muhammad or Anthony Bennett

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The two uncommitted national top-10 prospects in the 2012 class both play in Las Vegas, and while the nation’s top recruit, wing Shabazz Muhammad has had a well-documented recruitment, 6-7 power forward Anthony Bennett’s college preferences have been a mystery at best to those that following recruiting closely. The powerful post prospect cut his list [more]