When the streak of Big 12 titles began, Aaron Miles was a senior point guard at Kansas.
In the 10 years and ninth months since his final college game, Miles has earned paychecks playing basketball in five countries.
He has logged thousands of air miles, played in hundreds of games in hundreds of arenas, and battled through both a torn anterior cruciate ligament in his knee and a torn labrum in his hip.
He also became a father, four times over.
His oldest son, Little Aaron or “Deuce”, is 7 years old. His youngest son, Avion, will be 2 next week. In some ways, Miles has lived a lifetime of experiences in the years since he starred at Kansas, and if you want to understand the scope and length of the Jayhawks’ conference title streak, maybe it’s best to start here.