“I was hoping to see more consistent competitive fire,” coach Kareem Richardson said of his team after UMKC lost to No. 3-ranked Kansas 105-62 on Tuesday night in Lawrence. “For whatever reason, we lost that fire. That was disappointing.”
“I was hoping to see more consistent competitive fire,” coach Kareem Richardson said of his team after UMKC lost to No. 3-ranked Kansas 105-62 on Tuesday night in Lawrence. “For whatever reason, we lost that fire. That was disappointing.” Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com
“I was hoping to see more consistent competitive fire,” coach Kareem Richardson said of his team after UMKC lost to No. 3-ranked Kansas 105-62 on Tuesday night in Lawrence. “For whatever reason, we lost that fire. That was disappointing.” Rich Sugg rsugg@kcstar.com

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