LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — Kansas coach Bill Self earned a bachelor’s degree in business and his master’s in athletic administration during his playing days at Oklahoma State.
He might have been better off majoring in psychology.
Even though his eighth-ranked Jayhawks are clinging to a two-game lead in the Big 12 as they head toward a tough finishing stretch, they have proven to be a difficult bunch to understand. At times, Kansas resembles one of the nation’s true elites, capable of beating just anybody. At other times, it looks like it could be knocked off by a bunch of weekend warriors at the YMCA.
Sometimes, the Jayhawks look like both in the very same game.
After one recent performance, Self described his team as having a “split personality” — though maybe the clich
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