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MICHIGAN WOLVERINES DIDN’T WIN THE GAME, KANSAS JAYHAWKS LOST IT.

Posted on: March 30, 2013

I am a big fan of Coach Bill Self but one has to wonder about the play calling at the end of the Michigan-Kansas game with just 9 seconds to go and KU down by two points. Or, if it wasn’t the play called by Coach Self, then it had to be a bad mental error on the part of Elijah Johnson. Johnson traveled the length of the court and was on his way to an easy lay-up that would have tied the game and sent the teams into a second overtime (or he could have even been fouled in addition to making the lay-up and won the game for KU with a free throw) but instead of taking the shot he threw the ball back out to Naadir Tharpe who missed a running jumper at the buzzer. I guess no one will ever know for sure if Coach Self made a mistake or if Elijah Johnson just wasn’t thinking clearly. Sometimes baggage will do that to a player or a coach. Especially in pressure situations.

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