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11 months 3 weeks ago - 11 months 2 weeks ago #23085 by HawkErrant
Getting ready for next fall again.:)

Data in the table is the final data for AY2018-19 season.

Self will start the AY2019-20 season needing 117 wins -- roughly 4 seasons if KU continues at its current pace --
to tie the great Dr. Forrest C. "Phog" Allen as the winningest head coach in KU Men's Basketball history.

Last season's edition of this tracker can be found here. .

SELF'S RECORD AT THE START OF THE AY2019-20 CAMPAIGN
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 473-106   BILL SELF  (.817)   680-211 (.763)
   117 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23*
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10 (only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9; AY2013-14 was 25-10).

*The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
30.8
-6.3
is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons. (AY2006-07 thru 2018-19;
AY2006-07 roster was first "Self squad", Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.)
29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career (includes his first 3 seasons at KU).
KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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6 months 3 weeks ago #23807 by HawkErrant
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 475-107   BILL SELF  (.816)   682-212 (.763)
   115 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23*
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10 (only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9; AY2013-14 was 25-10).

*The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
30.8
-6.3
is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons. (AY2006-07 thru 2018-19;
AY2006-07 roster was first "Self squad", Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.)
29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career (includes his first 3 seasons at KU).
KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil but because of the people who don’t do anything about it” ~Albert Einstein
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6 months 2 weeks ago #23839 by HawkErrant
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 476-107   BILL SELF  (.816)   683-212 (.763)
   114 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23*
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10 (only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9; AY2013-14 was 25-10).

*The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
30.8
-6.3
is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons. (AY2006-07 thru 2018-19;
AY2006-07 roster was first "Self squad", Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.)
29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career (includes his first 3 seasons at KU).
KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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6 months 1 week ago #23878 by HawkErrant
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 477-107   BILL SELF  (.817)   684-212 (.763)
   113 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23*
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10 (only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9; AY2013-14 was 25-10).

*The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
30.8
-6.3
is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons. (AY2006-07 thru 2018-19;
AY2006-07 roster was first "Self squad", Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.)
29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career (includes his first 3 seasons at KU).
KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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6 months 1 week ago #23896 by HawkErrant
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 478-107   BILL SELF  (.817)   685-212 (.764)
   112 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23*
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10 (only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9; AY2013-14 was 25-10).

*The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
30.8
-6.3
is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons. (AY2006-07 thru 2018-19;
AY2006-07 roster was first "Self squad", Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.)
29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career (includes his first 3 seasons at KU).
KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 479-107   BILL SELF  (.817)   686-212 (.764)
   111 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 480-107   BILL SELF  (.818)   687-212 (.764)
   110 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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5 months 3 weeks ago #24010 by HawkErrant
The UW-Milwaukee game was Self’s 900th game in his D1 coaching career. He’s at 588 games coached at KU, so will hit 600 this year, and odds are good he will get KU win #500 this year as well.

I can almost relate to Wernher Von Braun* as I slowly count down ...

*like our Christian, also pronounced “Brown”.
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 481-107   BILL SELF  (.818)   688-212 (.764)
   109 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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5 months 3 weeks ago - 4 months 2 weeks ago #24031 by HawkErrant
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 482-107   BILL SELF  (.818)   689-212 (.765)
   108 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 482-108   BILL SELF  (.817)   689-213 (.764)
   108 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 483-108   BILL SELF  (.817)   690-213 (.764)
   107 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil but because of the people who don’t do anything about it” ~Albert Einstein
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WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 484-108   BILL SELF  (.818)   691-213 (.764)
   106 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 485-108   BILL SELF  (.818)   692-213 (.765)
   105 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 485-109   BILL SELF  (.816)   692-214 (.764)
   105 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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4 months 3 weeks ago - 4 months 2 weeks ago #24364 by HawkErrant
Game#595 in Bill Self's KANSAS coaching career brings him another win closer to Phog.
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 486-109   BILL SELF  (.817)   693-214 (.764)
   104 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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4 months 2 weeks ago - 4 months 2 weeks ago #24395 by HawkErrant
Game#596 in Bill Self's KANSAS coaching career brings him another win closer to Phog.
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 487-109   BILL SELF  (.817)   694-214 (.764)
   103 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil but because of the people who don’t do anything about it” ~Albert Einstein
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4 months 2 weeks ago - 4 months 1 week ago #24432 by HawkErrant
Game #597 in Bill Self's KANSAS coaching career brings him yet another win closer to Phog.
Sad ending, should never have happened.
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 488-109   BILL SELF  (.817)   695-214 (.765)
   102 = Wins to tie Phog
SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil but because of the people who don’t do anything about it” ~Albert Einstein
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4 months 1 week ago #24589 by HawkErrant
Game #598 in Bill Self's KANSAS coaching career brings him yet another win closer to Phog.
Four (4) wins away from 700 for his head coaching career.
Eleven (11) wins away from 500 for his KU career.
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 489-109   BILL SELF  (.818)   696-214 (.765)
   101 = Wins to tie Phog as winningest KU Head Coach in history.

SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

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4 months 1 week ago - 4 months 1 week ago #24638 by HawkErrant
Game #599 in Bill Self's KANSAS coaching career brings him to exactly 100 wins to catch Phog.
Three (3) wins away from 700 for his head coaching career.
Ten (10) wins away from 500 for his KU career.
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 490-109   BILL SELF  (.818)   697-214 (.765)
   100 = Wins to tie Phog as winningest KU Head Coach in history.

SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.

“The world is a dangerous place to live, not because of the people who are evil but because of the people who don’t do anything about it” ~Albert Einstein
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4 months 4 days ago #24701 by HawkErrant
Game #600 in Bill Self's KANSAS coaching career was another W and brings him to under 100 wins to catch Phog.
Two (2) wins away from 700 for his head coaching career.
Nine (9) wins away from 500 for his KU career.
WON-LOST                           
  as KU HC   NAME       (W-L%)   CAREER  (W-L%)
1. 590-219   Phog Allen (.729)   746-264 (.739)
2. 491-109   BILL SELF  (.818)   698-214 (.765)
    99 = Wins to tie Phog as winningest KU Head Coach in history.

SELF'S PROJECTED "PASS YEAR": AY2022-23
The "Pass Year" projection for Bill passing Phog as the all-time winningest KU coach assumes KU averages 30 wins a season from the AY2019-20 season on, and that he will continue to coach for KU beyond his current contract, which ends with the AY2021-22 season.
See KUSports.com: How much longer will Bill Self coach? by Matt Tait.
More recently, see
KC Star: KU coach Bill Self addresses NBA rumors: ‘I look forward to being here for a long time’ by Sam Mellinger.

NB:
AY2018-19 final record was 26-10, only the 2nd time in 16 seasons a Self KU team has lost >9. AY2013-14 was 25-10.

30.8-6.3 is the average seasonal W-L record for Self's KU teams over the last 13 seasons, AY2006-07 thru 2018-19. The AY2006-07 roster was the first "Self squad", as Jeremy Case was the sole remaining Williams' recruit.

29.6-6.6 is his average seasonal W-L record for his entire KU career, adding in AY2003-04 thru AY2005-06, his first 3 seasons at KU.

KU would have to win at least 37 games in AY2019-20 to make his KU career average 30 wins a season or better.[/quote]

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