The Kansas Jayhawks shall be with out their head coach for Saturday’s second-round NCAA Match recreation towards Arkansas, the college introduced.
Self, who additionally missed Thursday’s opening-round recreation towards Howard, is recovering from a coronary heart process he underwent final week.
Assistant Norm Roberts will function performing head coach towards the Razorbacks.
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Self did attend closed observe on Wednesday however is taken into account day-to-day, in accordance with Fox4 Kansas Metropolis.
“I’m feeling a lot better,” Self stated Wednesday. “I’ve obtained extra power. I’ve been with the group all week, on a restricted foundation in observe, however I’m there every single day. Doing plenty of sitting in observe, I’ve by no means actually performed that. Getting higher at that, I suppose. However, nonetheless, I’m not prepared to educate the sport.”
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“Norm goes to deal with all of the stuff. The identical method he dealt with the primary 4 video games of the season, and the Massive 12 Match.”
Kansas initially stated this week that Self would coach within the match. He was discharged from the hospital on Sunday following the center process.
“KU coach Invoice Self was discharged from the College of Kansas Well being System immediately in good situation,” the group stated in an announcement. “He arrived on the emergency division Wednesday night March 8 complaining of chest tightness and stability issues. Scientific Service Chief for Cardiovascular Medication and Interventional Heart specialist Dr. Mark Wiley stated Coach Self underwent a normal coronary heart catheterization and had two stents positioned for the therapy of blocked arteries. Coach Self responded effectively to the process and is anticipated to make a full restoration.”
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The Jayhawks are the defending nationwide champions and are 28-7 this season, incomes a 1-seed within the NCAA Match.
Fox Information’ Ryan Gaydos and Scott Thompson contributed to this report.