In addition to the words of congratulations, the video messages, some which came from as far away as Russia and Poland, provided a little glimpse into the way Self got so many players from such diverse backgrounds to string together all of those victories, from the first on Nov. 26, 1993, to Tuesdays, which featured a career-high 30 points from senior guard Frank Mason III and the Jayhawks coming within one swish of tying the school record for three-point makes. Coach Self made my dreams come true, said former Illinois point guard Dee Brown of his former head coach who now is 600-189 all-time, the ninth fastest coach in the history of college basketball to reach 600 wins. You deserve it and hopefully well be doing this video again when you get 700, said Darnell Jackson, a fellow Oklahoman and member of Selfs national championship team. Six members of that 2008 national title squad were represented on the video Collins, Jackson, Russell Robinson, Cole Aldrich, Tyrel Reed and Mario Chalmers and the man who hit the biggest shot in Selfs career, dubbed Marios Miracle, made sure to point out that his 2008 team was still the best. Jamari Traylor called Self one of the most competitive men I know. Former Oral Roberts captain Earl McClellan said, Your greatest accomplishment, in my mind, is not what youve done on the court but all the things youve done off the court. Without a shadow of a doubt, Im a better man today because of you. And Aaron Miles put the cherry on top by calling it like he saw it and saying what so many Kansas fans already believe. To the man, the myth, the legend coach Self, Im happy for you, Im proud of you and Im honored to have been a part of it as a player and on staff last year, Miles said. https://youtube.com/watch?v=bN1f1rs_q2cI love you. Press Conferences & Post-Game Interviews Bill Self discusses 600th victory in win over UMKC, team’s three-point shooting Kansas basketball coach Bill Self met with the media and talked about his team’s 105-62 win over UMKC, earning him his 600th career victory.
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With this new report, Brooks-Kayal added, “something that has been long suspected has been quantified.” The infantile seizure disorder strikes about one in 2,500 infants in the United States, according to the study authors. Various brain abnormalities, injuries and damage from stroke or infection can bring on the seizures, Hussain said. In many cases, doctors can’t find a clear cause. Often, a chaotic brain wave pattern known as hypsarrhythmia accompanies the spasms. The cumulative effect of this combination may be even greater damage, according to Hussain. http://mesadiewright.accessnetwork.us/2016/07/31/a-speaker-can-achieve-this-by-using-famous-quotations-giving-humorous-comments-or-referring-to-local-events-and-situationsTreatment for infantile spasms includes antiepileptic medicine or hormonal therapies. However, these have side effects and don’t always work, Hussain said. Some children may need surgery. Hussain presented his findings this week at the American Epilepsy Society annual meeting, in Houston. Data and conclusions presented at meetings are usually considered preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed medical journal.
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