CBB Summer Buzz: Kansas
After losing a lot of talent, the Jayhawks are still in a position to compete
Insider knows you're hot for hoops during the summer, so we're bringing you a closer look at a few of the big-profile schools before most freshmen have even moved into their dorms. We continue today with Kansas.
To read the summer preview of Kansas, including news on the incoming freshmen, roles for returning upperclassmen and an outlook from Joe Lunardi, you must be an ESPN Insider.
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COLLEGE BASKETBALL SUMMER BUZZ
Insider knows you're hot for hoops during the summer, so we're bringing you a closer look at few of the big-profile schools before most freshmen have even moved into their dorms.
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North Carolina Tar Heels
Tar Heels promise growth in Chapel Hill
Duke Blue Devils
Blue Devils have the talent to repeat
Wildcats have talent, but is it enough?
With UK on the rise, the Cards need to rebuild
Bears are on cusp of Big 12 elite status
Michigan State Spartans
Another Final Four could be in the cards
Ohio State Buckeyes
Learning to live without Evan Turner
Illinois Fighting Illini
A dark-horse candidate for the Big Ten title
The Baby Boilers are all grown up
Mack will lead Bulldogs' attack
Despite key losses, the Orange are contenders
Without Monroe, it's all about the guards
Jay Wright's frontcourt has arrived
Hopson, Harris should ignite Vols
Vet leadership, depth should aid Gators
Bruins can begin the rebuilding process
Huskies hungry to reach Elite Eight
Influx of talent forces out familar faces
Kansas State Wildcats
Expectations are higher than ever in Manhattan
Jayhawks still have the talent to compete