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    • Coaches in the NCAA (5 Posts)
    • Thanks CJ. The 50's were a great decade. As you say, sad that KU didn't get back-to-back NC's in 52 & 53. Believe you shorted each team 1 point in the 57 score - that was a heartbreaker for sure. So was 97. Phog's 10-3 NCAA tourney record is great, even though 1 of the wins was a consolation...
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    • Last post by JRhawk
    • 5 hours 1 minute ago
    • Random thoughts from a cluttered mind... (8 Posts)
    • Among other things, I used to pitch fast-pitch softball...and later slow-pitch too...The first thing the old master taught me was to always check your lead footprint in the dust in front of the rubber and adjust your step...whichever way your foot was pointing was where the ball went...inside,...
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    • Last post by gorillahawk
    • 8 hours 22 minutes ago
    • Mascot quiz (18 Posts)
    • Thanks, K, but full disclosure - Credit to WSG for the proper ID of Uga. ;)
    • In Sports / Basketball
    • Last post by HawkErrant
    • 9 hours 58 minutes ago
    • Some Tourney Fun Facts (2 Posts)
    • Found this to be an interesting tidbit. Here's another follow up on this with a brief explanation: Highest TEAM winning percentage in Self vs. Williams matchups: KU: 1.000 I remember watching in 2002 as KU took down a very big and physical Illinois squad coached by a guy who would end up taking...
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    • Last post by NotOstertag
    • 11 hours 36 minutes ago
    • Probabilities for all teams, all rounds (7 Posts)
    • Really too bad for Wade if he can't play, as a senior. He seems like a really good kid. Plays hard, clean and without silly fanfare. But, I sure don't want to hear from the KSt fans losing and then complaining about not having him and "what if" scenarios. There's plenty of "what ifs" to go...
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    • Last post by AZhawk87
    • 13 hours 34 minutes ago

Some Perspective on Being a Fan

"It is not the critic who counts, not the one who points out how the strong man stumbled or how the doer of deeds might have done them better. The credit belongs to the man who is actually in the arena; whose face is marred with sweat and dust and blood; who strives valiantly; who errs and comes short again and again; who knows the great enthusiasms, the great devotions and spends himself in a worthy cause and who, if he fails, at least fails while daring greatly so that his place shall never be with those cold and timid souls who know neither victory nor defeat."

--Theodore Roosevelt