Although Bill Self and assistant Kurtis Towsend were barred by the Kansas Jayhawks from going on a recruitment trip during the months of June and July, Kansas basketball still landed a great talent in the form of 4-star guard Chris Johnson, according to Through The Phog. “BREAKING: #KUbball has just picked up a commitment from […] The post Kansas basketball, Bill Self beats Texas, UCLA, Tenneessee in landing 4-star guard appeared first on ClutchPoints.
Tuesday night, Kansas got their 2023 recruiting class started off with a bang when 247Sports' No. 30 ranked player Chris Johnson verbally committed.
Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self can only imagine how much money college basketball and football superstars could have made if NCAA name, image and likeness rules had been implemented back in the day. “If Wayman Tisdale was playing right now and Billy Tubbs was coaching at OU (Oklahoma),...
Arguably the biggest departure for KU football on the offensive side of the ball this offseason was Kwamie Lassiter II. Yes, KU lost starting guard Malik Clark due to graduation, but the KU coaches have seemed pleased with the development of Arms Reed-Adams, who figures to slide into the starting five. KU also lost a handful of skill position players to the transfer portal following the season, but none of them had as big of an impact as Lassiter. But as the 2022 season nears, quarterback Jalon Daniels has seen something in a newcomer that reminds him of Lassiter.
The Kansas Jayhawks will be the defending National Champions this coming season, as Bill Self and his staff look to continue the success they have had during his tenure in Lawrence. There was some noteworthy news, however, this past weekend as Matt Norlander of CBS reported that Self and assistant...
LAWRENCE — Kansas men’s basketball head coach Bill Self and assistant coach Kurtis Townsend didn't participate in recruiting on the road in June and July, according to multiple reports. According to CBS Sports, the two “were held off the road for the live recruiting period” and “subject to...
Kansas basketball head coach Bill Self and assistant coach Kurtis Townsend were both held off of the road for a crucial July recruiting period, CBS Sports’ Matt Norlander reports. Kansas was unable to comment on the situation, as the NCAA threatens additional penalties if schools discuss ongoing cases, according to CBS Sports.
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Kansas holds Bill Self, Kurtis Townsend off road for July live recruiting period as NCAA case drags on
Kansas coach Bill Self and assistant coach Kurtis Townsend were held off the road for the live recruiting period in June and July, sources told CBS Sports. Self and Townsend missed the biggest period in college basketball recruiting, which came and went Sunday afternoon without the leader of the reigning national champions at key events nationwide.
View the original article to see embedded media. Reigning national champion Kansas held its head coach Bill Self, as well as assistant Kurtis Townsend, off the road during the June and July live recruiting period as the NCAA continues its years-long probe into the school’s basketball recruitment practices, per Matt Norlander of CBS Sports.
The Kansas Jayhawks and Bill Self are fresh off a national championship and theoretically, should be reaping the benefits in the recruiting world. However, according to Matt Norlander of CBS Sports, the head coach has been pulled off the road during July’s recruiting live period, with the program’s case against the NCAA being the reasoning.