SportsBeat KC #52: KU brings in Snoop Dogg, and Bill Self was surprised

SportsBeat KC #52: KU brings in Snoop Dogg, and Bill Self was surprised

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The opening of basketball practice is celebrated at University of Kansas like nowhere else in the nation. The event includes skits, dancing, team introductions, a light scrimmage and often a celebrity guest.

This year, KU brought rapper Snoop Dogg to Allen Fieldhouse and Late Night in the Phog got edgy with stripper poles and money guns shooting out fake $100 bills.

Coach Bill Self and Kansas officials said they were caught off guard by the show. There was an apology.

But what are the ramifications for a program that has received a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA for multiple Level 1 violations in the basketball program?

Star columnist Sam Mellinger and KU beat writer Jesse Newell break down the meaning with host Blair Kerkhoff.

Read the stories we discussed:

Mellinger Minutes: Chiefs freakouts and why Snoop Dogg is America’s last honest man:

KU prospects Robinson, Brown-Ferguson say they had a stellar time in Late Night at Phog:

Two fans won $5,000 from Bill Self at Late Night. Here’s how they plan to spend it:

Snoop Dogg’s KU concert had pole dancers, money guns. Here was Bill Self’s response:

NCAA alleges major violations against KU basketball. Self, school to fight charges:

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