Kansas Coach Charlie Weis has yet to win a Big 12 game this year, but they are pushing most opponents and came within 12 seconds of beating Texas last week.
It’s marked improvement, for sure, but not enough, according to the coach.
“There’s definitely things you can say — getting better here, getting better there. Still, it’s about winning, even if you play close and tough,” he said.
“Are there silver linings? Yes,” he continued. “But you lost a hundred in a row in the Big 12, you have to beat someone so you can move in that other direction.”
He thought he had that win against Texas.
“There’s no hiding it,” he said. “This was the most disappointed we have been all year. That was the feeling walking in the building for practice. I think by the time they left practice they had gotten that out of their system. You can’t spend too much time on Texas when you have Baylor coming up.”
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