WHEN YOUNGSTERS start playing basketball, they are told they need to play with a chip on their shoulder, prove to people that they are better than others think.
The players at Ohio State seem to get that. At Kansas? Not quite sure.
The Buckeyes' top two players, stung by Friday's 62-60 loss to Kentucky, said they will not enter the NBA draft and will return to Columbus. The six Jayhawks who have a decision to make? They're not sure.
Ohio State's Jared Sullinger made it clear to the Columbus Dispatch that the loss is the reason he won't put himself in the draft. "He said he made up his mind when his team's national championship chances ended with William Buford's last-second miss," wrote the Dispatch's Bob Hunter.