Bill Self

Self Signs Amended Lifetime Contract at Kansas

Naismith Hall of Fame member Bill Self, one of just nine coaches all-time with 700-plus wins and multiple national championships, has signed an amended contract with the University of Kansas, Director of Athletics Travis Goff announced today. With 773 career wins, two national championships, 20 conference championships, 18 first-round NBA Draft picks at Kansas and

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Self to miss today’s NCAA Tournament game vs Howard

Bill Self, who missed the entire Big 12 tournament due to a medical issue, will not coach the Jayhawks in their first round NCAA Tournament game today vs Howard. Norm Roberts, who coached the team in Self’s absence last week will continue to steer the ship today. Kansas released the following statement:

OFFICIAL: Dooley returns to Kansas

Former Kansas assistant coach Joe Dooley has returned to the KU men’s basketball program as director of student-athlete development, Jayhawks head coach Bill Self announced Thursday. “Joe was here for 10 seasons and then went to Florida Gulf Coast and East Carolina. When he became available for employment, I thought it was a no-brainer to

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Kansas Signs Bill Self to Lifetime Contract

The University of Kansas announced today that hall of fame men’s basketball head coach Bill Self has signed a lifetime contract with the Jayhawks. His current contract, which was set to expire next March, is being replaced with a new five-year rolling agreement that automatically adds one year at the conclusion of each season for

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Daily Dirt – 8/6/19

A bunch of things that I’ve heard… Following up on something that I TWEETED earlier this morning…former Portland assistant Bob Cantu has landed at Kansas. He will serve in a non-coaching role as an advisor on Bill Self’s staff. He was at Portland from 2016 until this past spring, spent three seasons assistant at UTEP,

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Good article HERE from the on why TCU head coach Jamie Dixon felt compelled to hire Scott Cross as an assistant. Cross, who had spent the past 12-seasons as the head coach at UT Arlington, was unexpectedly dismissed back in March after a 21-13 season. Dixon realized that he was one of the good

Continue Reading → Daily News – 1/17/18’s Daily News from the college basketball coaching world… UTEP released financial information regarding pay for interim men’s basketball coach Phil Johnson as part of an open records request submitted by KVIA. As an assistant under Tim Floyd, Johnson was making about $198,000 per year plus bonuses that included one month’s extra pay for making

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