By John Solomon
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Top prep basketball prospect Andrew Wiggins told a small gathering of family and friends at his high school gym Tuesday that he will play at Kansas.
Ben McLemore is one and done at Kansas. Ricky Ledo is none and done with Providence.
The hardest decision of Ben McLemore's life turned out to be no question at all.
Marcus Smart has made quite an impression in his first _ and maybe only _ Big 12 season.
The first time that Kansas State coach Bruce Weber approached Bill Snyder about speaking to his team, the `ol football coach jokingly said that the Wildcats were playing too well and that he didn't want to mess things up.
The question was so far from the typical postgame query that it seemed to catch Kansas coach Bill Self off guard: How important is it for teams to have fun?
After one of his team's worst performances in years, Bill Self likened the Kansas team he put on the floor Wednesday night to ones fielded by Dr. James Naismith back when the school was playing games against the Topeka YMCA.
Everybody seemed to be happy on the Kansas bench last season.
Kansas will be without two talented freshmen this season.
Though Tennessee agrees with most of the dozen allegations made against it by the NCAA, the university argued in its response to the association that some of the violations should be considered secondary instead of major.
McLemore hasn't hired an agent, but said, "I'll sit down and talk to some people and figure out where I want to sign and who I want to work with."
"I think it's the best opportunity to help me and my family out," he said, "and even as a kid, that's what I wanted to do.