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Topic - Jamari Traylor
"I had a year of practice and I pretty much learned a lot more than I would have just coming in and playing, so last year was a blessing in disguise for me," said Traylor, who's been mistaken for T-Rob while walking around on the leafy Kansas campus in Lawrence.
"Our main focus on the game was to get in there and pound them," Traylor said.