BILL SELF RUMORS & GOSSIP
Since Rhode Island already knocked off one ranked team, Kansas coach Bill Self knows his squad didn't catch a break in its opener to bracket play of the Orlando Classic.
Having bounced back from their first defeat, the No. 11 Jayhawks face the undefeated Rams on Thursday.
Off to its best start since winning the first four in 2009-10, Rhode Island (3-0) won 66-62 in overtime at home...
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Kansas’ highly-touted freshmen were expected to help lead the Jayhawks to yet another Big 12 title this season, but so far Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre Jr. have combined for one start, and are only averaging a bit over 25 minutes per game combined. In addition, KU has had a different starting line-up every night. When asked about the inconsistency, Bill Self said that part of...
Last night, No. 5 (but not for long) Kansas was thoroughly embarrassed last night by No. 1 Kentucky, 72-40.
Kansas head coach Bill Self took the loss like most normal people with a request for liquor.
Bill Self could use a drink after that loss to Kentucky. https://t.co/oLrlqFH10n
— Will Brinson (@WillBrinson) November 19, 2014
During the press conference, Self also mentioned...
After suffering his largest margin of defeat as Kansas Jayhawks head coach at the hands of the Kentucky Wildcats aka the real-life Monstars, Bill Self needed a drink. Watch as Self wishes his water bottle was filled with Vodka. h/t: SB Nation
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Last night did not quite go as planned for Kansas. While Kentucky was the favorite heading into the game, with its impressive 10-man rotation replete with McDonald’s All-Americans, Kansas has a number of impressive young players in its own right. One 72-40 loss later, things don’t look great for the Jayhawks. Head coach Bill Self tried to keep things light during the post-game...
Kansas coach Bill Self saw his Jayhawks get blown out by No. 1 Kentucky Tuesday night, but it seems as-if he’s held onto his sense of humor, regardless. After the contest, Self, at his post-game press conference, joked that he wished his water bottle was full of vodka instead. The crowd enjoyed it.
We have a feeling that Self isn’t the only head coach who is going to feel...
The No. 5 Kansas Jayhawks were on the receiving of a brutal beatdown at the hands of the No. 1 Kentucky Wildcats Tuesday night, getting pounded to the tune of a 72-40 final score. Illustrating the savagery of the drubbing, the Jayhawks only made eleven baskets in the entire game, with eight of those coming...Read More
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Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks were the recipient of a good old-fashioned butt whoopin’ Tuesday night.
The No. 5 Jayhawks were stomped out by No. 1 Kentucky 72-40 in front of a national TV audience. The loss was so bad that the Kansas head coach was looking for a stiff drink after the game.
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Bill Self is apparently all about interacting with Kansas fans as the Jayhawks prepare to begin their 2014-15 season.
Last week, Self bought lunch for a ton of Kansas students, taking selfies and posing for a number of pictures during the meal. Today, Self held a fairly entertaining Q&A with Kansas fans on Twitter.
Check it out:
Any KU fans up for a Q&A? Haven’t...