Kentucky basketball forced to make sad change to Twitter bio after Kansas March Madness run

Kentucky basketball has been going back and forth with Kansas for a while to set a college athletic record. The Jayhawks now have the edge thanks to March Madness.

Because Kentucky hit Saint Peter’s first March Madness seesaw, the Wildcats didn’t get a chance to answer the call. While the history of the Wildcats is phenomenal in its own right, Kentucky and Kansas will go back and forth until one falls off the map from a basketball standpoint, and that’s unlikely to happen anytime soon.

Since beating Kentucky, Saint Peter’s became the first 15th seed to reach the Elite Eight, and face North Carolina with a trip to the Final Four on Sunday. Kansas, meanwhile, could secure its own ticket to the Finals with a win over Miami.

Kentucky has been college basketball’s all-time winning streak since the 1995-96 championship, holding the record for 26 years. Over time, Kansas has gradually closed the gap.

March Madness: Kentucky basketball gives up record

Kansas secured the record after a 16 Sweet win over Providence. Kansas head coach Bill Self doesn’t seem too concerned with achievement at the moment, despite how much it means in the grand scheme of things. Still, it’s hard to blame Self because Kansas is in the middle of the March Madness run. Maybe that’s something he can ponder after the season ends.

“I’ll be really frank with you, it all means we beat Providence,” said Self, who later admitted it could give a recruiting advantage. “That’s all that means to me.”

Meanwhile, Kentucky’s Twitter bio still has plenty to brag about. But it can no longer be said that they are the most winning college basketball program of all time.

Currently, ‘The official Twitter account for Kentucky men’s basketball. Eight-time NCAA national champion, ‘will be fine.

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John Verrall

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