LAWRENCE, Kan. —
“They apologized,” Johnson said. “I’m past it, and I think we all should be past it.”
The victory over the Cyclones allowed Kansas, the eight-time defending Big 12 champions, to remain tied with Kansas State for first place with three games remaining.
Self said the emotionally charged incidents following the Iowa State game won’t affect the way he views Cyclones fans, and that he’s looking forward to their next matchup, which could happen at the Big 12 tournament in Kansas City, Mo.
“I’ve always enjoyed going there,” Self said. “I’ll enjoy going there moving forward and these couple of idiots will not have anything to do with us enjoying that.”