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How the hell did you do that?!
In the end, it all comes down to a game of patience and a willingness to learn something new that you never would have thought to learn from someone else. You don’t always have the greatest ideas, and your drawing could be lacking, but learning something new every day is worth every penny.
With a couple of hours to go before the start of the 2012 NCAA tournament, the Kansas Jayhawks are up against some stiff competition. They will play one-bid BYU in Omaha, Nebraska, and they are going to need every advantage they can get.
Their opponent this year has a much bigger fan following than most—but this year’s team is more well-rounded, with a lot of experience from the regular season under their belt.
“We’re playing in our second-largest stadium in the Big 12, and the first-ranked team that we’ll play,” says Jayhawk guard Michael Dixon III. “It’s got nothing to do with the atmosphere, though. Anybody playing that tough every game, it’s a good feeling. That’s the difference.”
The Jayhawks lead the country in percentage of points-tied. Only 10 of the teams in the nation have a lower percentage of points-tied; the Jayhawks own a 66.6 percent chance of tying. Kansas has won the last six championships in this bracket, and they won the first two of their four in the 2010-2011 season.
It’s hard to say Kansas’ current season compares with the previous one. In 2011, the Jayhawks were ranked ninth in the country and went on to win the Big 12 title. They started 2012 ranked 26th in the country.
The 2012-13 season began with a four-game absence due to injuries—but that just meant more rest for the starters.
“We’re getting stronger,” says guard Kevin Jones. “I think our chemistry is becoming a little bit better.”
“We’ve been on a run a little bit in the past couple of weeks,” said junior guard Austin Allen. “Obviously last year it wasn’t that long, but this year it probably is a lot longer.”
When the season began the Jayhawks held a 28-5 record, but after dropping two of three games to finish the first quarter they fell back to 7-10—which wasn’t too bad for an 11-5 team that had a chance
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