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One of the best deals that stood out was on the Ruger PC Carbine, located on page 12 below. This Black Friday, Academy Sports is selling the PC Carbine for $399, a full $80 cheaper than other deals we have seen. Beyond the Ruger, Academy will have a buy 1 get one free gun package, the Smith & Wesson Shield 2.0 with a Crimson Trace laser for $299, and much more.
For Nate Oats, it always goes back to the method he taught as a high school math teacher: You study the numbers, you follow the numbers. Nearly 20 years ago, Oats was teaching math and coaching the varsity basketball team at Romulus (Mich.) High School when he became friends with Vance Walberg, the impresario of the four-out, one-in, dribble-drive motion offense that was later popularized by John Calipari, among many others. Oats also attended a lot of college clinics and NBA training camps, and as a result he got ahead of the curve of the analytics craze, worshipping at the altar of free throws, shots at the rim, and kick-out 3-pointers (in that order).
The bad news for Kansas is its most talented offensive player, 6-8 redshirt freshman Jalen Wilson, is not asserting himself enough. Even though his shooting was off against the Cowboys, Wilson kept settling for jumpers, which is why he finished with four points and did not attempt a free throw in 32 minutes. The Jayhawks are operating with a thin bench because of injuries to 6-5 freshman guard Bryce Thompson (broken finger) and 6-7 juco transfer Tyon Grant-Foster (shoulder), so they need their best players to play their best in order to beat good teams. I still believe the ceiling is high for this team, but it has been a while since I thought the Jayhawks were reaching it. 59ce067264