The 246th Best Team in the Land is Taking a Dump on Kanas
TCU, the 246th best team in the country according to BPI (a better version of RPI), is beating Rock Chalk Jayhawk by 14 points with 12 minutes to go.
tcu is 0-8 in conference and has lost every game by double digits. This doesnt help kansas's image if they dont come back and win.
Garlon Green might be the only guy in this game not sucking.
i turned it over to the game a few minutes ago, and the refs have missed 3 calls in KU's favor in the last couple possesions. They are trying to help them get back in this.
Not exactly good for kansas either way but they WILL win this game...I mean look at florida they were down by like 25 last night, made a run and ended up losing by 11...KU is down by 10 with 9 mins to go..they got this..just isnt a good showing...kinda rooting for TCU tho lol
This year has been full of ups and down for everyone, worst that can come from this is Kansas is a #2 seed opposed to a #1 come march.
This will be the worst loss all season by a ranked team.
Kansas' PG problem is legit. Johnson's confidence is gone. Self didn't help matters. Their back up Tharpe is a freaking spazz too.
I would seriously think about putting Releford at the point
Kansas looks like their loss against Oklahoma State was still on their minds the whole game.
Can't blame them, did you see that OKState Baylor game tonight? Whata thriller. Brown Smart and Nash were all impressive.
Yeah Smart had the poise of an NBA veteran but he needs to work on his shot and his selection, Austin didnt do too well on offense, but he's a solid rebounder. I like the last second move by Brown to win the game.
It was 12-2 with 6 minutes left in the half...they were shooting 7 percent...
What made it worse was TCU was playing equally horrible.
Just show in some ways that if your a senior on a major college team, your not as good as you think your are. KU has 3 in the starting line up, how many of them are you taking over the best FR in the land? None.
So will next year finally be the season KU has a down year? Their recruiting class looks really good but they those their entire starting 5 and only return two guys over 3 ppg.
Other teams are going to be getting ravaged as well. Baylor loses Pierre Jackson, AJ Walton and probably Isaiah Austin, with Cory Jefferson also possibly jumping ship. K-State loses Rodney McGruder and Jordan Henriquez (who is not having a good year, but still has been a contributor). Oklahoma State will more than likely lose Marcus Smart and while they have a couple of interesting guards coming in, neither can take his place. LeBryan Nash also could go as well.
If their is one thing I have learned to do, it is not bet against Bill Self. Yesterdays loss was a bad one, for sure, just still think that Kansas is in position to keep the Big 12 conference title streak alive. Plus, next year they will have some guys ready to step in and contribute. They may not be as good as this years team, just still feel like Self will have them prepared to be at the top of the conference once again. Unless Texas keeps Kabongo and maybe rounds up Julius Randle (who still could end up a Jayhawk) and/or Keith Frazier, like Kansas as the way too early favorite for next year. Plus still feel they win it this year and get their head back on straight.