Kansas favored in Big 12 basketball coaches preseason poll

By: AP
By: AP

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DALLAS (AP) -- Defending champion Kansas has been voted the Big
12 preseason favorite by league basketball coaches -- for the
second year in a row.
The Jayhawks received ten of 12 first-place votes in the poll
released today -- and coach Bill Self couldn't vote for his team.
Kansas returns four starters from a team that went 33-5 and won
the Big 12 regular season and postseason tournament.
Kansas had 120 points, with Texas coming in second at 105. The
Longhorns also return four starters.
Texas A&M got the other two first-place votes and was third with
101 points.
Kansas State was picked fourth.
Missouri, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State took the next three spots.
All three have second-year coaches -- Mike Anderson at Missouri,
Jeff Capel at Oklahoma and Sean Sutton at Oklahoma State.
Texas Tech, Baylor, Nebraska, Iowa State and Colorado round out
the Big 12 poll.
(Copyright 2007 by The Associated Press. All Rights Reserved.)

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