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 n.— «It’s not just dunks. The players have also missed an alarming number of layups early in the season. Kansas coach Bill Self and his players like to call them “bunnies.” But they haven’t made the Jayhawks feel anything close to warm and fuzzy in the first six games of the season.» —“Jayhawks wrestle with the “bunnies”” by Case Keefer in University of Kansas Kansan (Lawrence) Dec. 3, 2008. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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