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  • Frank Mason on teacher who failed him: 'I'm thankful she didn't help me take the easy way out'

    KU point guard Frank Mason and coach Bill Self spoke about the high school teacher who gave Mason a failing grade in high school, which led to him not qualifying to play at Towson. Mason attended prep school instead and eventually wound up at Kansas, where he is a national player of the year candidate.

KU point guard Frank Mason and coach Bill Self spoke about the high school teacher who gave Mason a failing grade in high school, which led to him not qualifying to play at Towson. Mason attended prep school instead and eventually wound up at Kansas, where he is a national player of the year candidate. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star
KU point guard Frank Mason and coach Bill Self spoke about the high school teacher who gave Mason a failing grade in high school, which led to him not qualifying to play at Towson. Mason attended prep school instead and eventually wound up at Kansas, where he is a national player of the year candidate. Shelly Yang The Kansas City Star

The teacher who flunked Frank Mason: a Kansas basketball success story

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