LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -No matter what they decided, Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich were going to do it together.
If one stays at Kansas, the other would, too. Bolt for the NBA? Punch two tickets.
After a spring-long discussion, the two Jayhawks decided to stick around for the chance at a second national title together.
They weren't alone in bucking the recent one-and-done trend in college basketball.
Notre Dame's Luke Harangody skipped on a chance at the NBA, Texas big men Damion James and Dexter Pittman stuck around until their senior years, and Purdue still has Robbie Hummel, JaJuan Johnson and E'Twaun Moore.
This season is one of the strongest for upperclassmen in recent years.
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