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    • Beat down (5 Posts)
    • yes we gave up 102 points but we did score 90. I thought we showed we were the less organized team. We have much more to learn about playing other teams of this caliber than Gonzaga does. They were very good. I didn't think the Hawks were too bad but on this day and at this time they were not where...
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    • Last post by hairyhawk
    • 5 hours 27 minutes ago
    • Another active streak to watch (3 Posts)
    • I think being ranked 6th seems about right. We should be pretty good as the season goes on if we can learn to rebound.
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    • Last post by CorpusJayhawk
    • 8 hours 58 minutes ago
    • Halftime Efficiency (2 Posts)
    • Super fast paced games with 92 possessions each. That is crazy fast paced. KU PPP: 0.978 GU PPP: 1.109 Rebounding was better in the 2nd half but still bad. Outrebounded 33-24. Ball-handling was so-so or slightly below. Give it to Gonzaga. They are more talented and better team. If both...
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    • Last post by CorpusJayhawk
    • 9 hours 2 minutes ago
    • predictions for Gonzaga game (2 Posts)
    • Well, so much for the accuracy of the injury report at Greenfield's web site. Strawther was supposed to be out with an unspecified injury, but he played anyway.
    • In Sports / Basketball
    • Last post by asteroid
    • 10 hours 20 minutes ago
    • My 5 keys to the game (and season) (1 Posts)
    • 1. Can KU's defense continue the excellence from last season. Losing Udoka is a huge blow defensively. But Big Dave has received rave reviews and hopes are high. Defense will be a key to our success this season. Watch for the switching on the perimeter. I would suspect that Big Dave will stay...
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    • Last post by CorpusJayhawk
    • 15 hours 41 minutes ago

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