Bloomington, Indiana — Following Saturday's come-from-behind, 75-71 win by No. 2 Kansas over Indiana at Assembly Hall, the Jayhawks' three most experienced players met with the media to break down the victory.
Included among the interesting comments and memorable soundbites was this gem from Dickinson, who was booed at various points in the game in his return to Big Ten country.
“If you don’t like it and it annoys you and it can get to you, then you’re gonna obviously not play as well. So, I don’t try to fight it at all. I just embrace it because it’s not gonna go away any time soon. I could probably save a baby out here in Bloomington and they’d still boo me the next game. That’s how it is. They’re not gonna ever like me here, so it’s like why try to be like a nice guy on the court? Who cares if they’re gonna boo you? As long as my Kansas Jayhawks back home in Allen, that’s all I need.”
Have a look at the rest of the video for more comments from the Jayhawks.
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