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Both parties recognize the Democrats' scam
Topic - Tyrel Reed
The Kansas Jayhawks are the only No. 1 seed left in the NCAA tournament, essentially favored to win it all at this point.
No. 2 Kansas has a chance to clinch at least a tie for its seventh consecutive Big 12 regular-season title this week.
"We just all wanted to be there for him," shooting guard Tyrel Reed said. "It was nice. It was a tough thing to see and really saddening. But it was the right thing for us to be there."
"I don't know _ there's just something about it," said senior guard Tyrel Reed. "When we come to the fieldhouse, I don't feel like we can be beat. It doesn't matter who we're playing. I don't care if it's an NBA team, we'd come out here and play hard."