Snip and clip time folks. Here's the link, and here's the drink:
Kansas is definitely worthy of that No. 2 spot. In fact, if Florida center Joakim Noah would have made himself eligible for the NBA Draft the Jayhawks would probably be No. 1.
No team looked better at the start of the 2006 NCAA Tournament. The Jayhawks had won 15 of their last 16 games and their average margin of victory during the run was 16 points.
With every key player back and the addition of two five-star recruits - point guard Sherron Collins and power forward Darrell Arthur - coach Bill Self won't have to worry about getting out of the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Kansas is going to be a No. 1 seed, and Self's biggest concern will be running into a team like Florida or North Carolina in the Final Four. The Gators and Tar Heels might be the only programs capable of derailing the Jayhawks' title hopes. They are going to be that good.
Pivotal is spelled wrong though - congrats to the editor for that one (i no i no, lyke i have nahgt mis pelled theengs in the passed. mabee eym buyist, but not as mutch)