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LAWRENCE, Kan. -- Andrew Wiggins is finding it hard to be everybodys Super Bowl. That was the way that Kansas coach Bill Self described the up-and-down season of his talented freshman forward. One day, Wiggins will be pouring in 26 points against Florida, the next day he will be struggling to get his shot off against UTEP. Its already been a season of growing pains for the No. 1 recruit in last years class, and while the eighth-ranked Jayhawks are starting to soar, Wiggins is still searching for his stride. "Hes so naive in so many ways," Self said. "I dont think he thinks about the fact hes everybodys Super Bowl when they have a chance to play against him. "Weve told him," Self said, "but I dont think hes felt that yet." After easily knocking off No. 24 Baylor on Monday night, Kansas (14-4, 5-0) has roared to five straight wins and first place in the Big 12. The last four of them have come against Top 25 teams, making the Jayhawks the first to accomplish that feat since North Carolina in 1997. Wiggins has been a big part of that success, of course. He scored 22 points against Kansas State, and poured in 17 against Iowa State and Baylor. But he also was held to nine points on 2-of-9 shooting against Oklahoma, and a season-low three points against Oklahoma State. Taken together, those are solid numbers for just about any freshman in America. Wiggins isnt just any other freshman. Ever since successfully dueling with Duke star Jabari Parker at a summer tournament, Wiggins has been anointed the next big thing. NBA scouts have flocked to Allen Fieldhouse to see him -- there were 28 in attendance last Saturday, when the Jayhawks knocked off the Cowboys. And hes done enough to prove that he could have a big future in the professional ranks. But hes also left many of those scouts, his coaches and just about every fan who has filed into the Phog hungry for more. "I think hes done well," Self said. "I also think theres another step he can take. He leaves me wanting more, so when people say certain things, I cant be upset. I want more, too." Self has tried to treat Wiggins like anybody else, in part to temper some of the other-worldly expectations. The prized forward has only done two one-on-one interviews with the media -- one of them with The Associated Press in December -- since the start of the season, and unless he has a big performance, Wiggins generally isnt made available to reporters following games. "Its a no-win, everything lose situation," Self said. "Theres no way to live up to the hype." When he does have a chance to speak, Wiggins has acknowledged that he didnt expect college basketball to be so hard. Players are bigger and stronger, faster and more athletic. There are no nights off, especially with Kansas playing the nations toughest schedule. "Yeah, I think so," Wiggins said, when asked whether hes starting to figure things out. "Im trying to be more aggressive right now, driving to the basket, getting good shots." Self said that some of the criticism levelled at Wiggins is unfair. After all, his stats -- 15.2 points, 6.1 rebounds per game -- are similar to those of Ben McLemore, who was the seventh overall pick in the draft after his only season playing in Lawrence. Then theres this difference: Wiggins will turn 19 next month, while McLemore had to redshirt a season and was two years older than Wiggins during his own freshman season. "Its just a different world," Self said. "These kids are entering school with the hype and in a lot of ways hes handled it beautifully in how hes deflected it, but in some ways he hasnt understood or we havent done a good job of explaining to him, because of the society and the media hype, if you dont produce, youre going to be the most talked-about person." Self would be fine if Wiggins is the most talked-about person at Kansas, of course, provided its for his accomplishments rather than his shortcoming. "So many times people get hung up on overall stats and things like that," Self said. "Hes just young, and with all the hype coming in, anything he did was going to be less than what the hype said he should do. And the bottom line is he figured it out, and hes playing his natural position, and hes learning to impact the game more and more." Nikola Jokic Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. Dikembe Mutombo Jersey . Villar connected off Joe Saunders (11-14), sending a drive well over the left-field fence for his first career homer. The Astros scored six times in the first three innings to chase Saunders. http://www.nuggetsprostore.com/kids-malik-beasley-nuggets-jersey/ . Both of Padakins goals came in the second period while Zane Jones added a single in the first period for Calgary (13-6-4). Hitmen goaltender Chris Driedger finished with 30 saves for the shutout. Wilson Chandler Jersey . With the Rangers already leading 2-0, Carey Price was taken down early in the second period of New Yorks 7-2 pounding of the Canadiens in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference final on Saturday afternoon. Trey Lyles Jersey . The Asheville, N.C. native, who signed as a free agent with the CFL club last May, didnt see any action with Edmonton this season after opening the year on the injured list. TORONTO -- Jermain Defoe, whose future in Toronto has come into question recently, will be back training with the MLS side on Sept. 20, according to manager Greg Vanney. Toronto FC turned down a club-record transfer bid Monday for the 31-year-old England striker, amidst reports and speculation suggesting that he wants to return to England. Thats where Defoe currently is, nursing a groin injury. On Saturday, the star forward sent a message of support via Twitter to his Toronto teammates. And Vanney offered a concrete date for his return. "We know hell be back on the 20th to join our camp," Vanney said after Saturdays 2-0 loss to the Philadelphia Union. "And we look forward to him getting back. Clearly hes a difference-maker, a big part of the club and a big part of this team." Vanney said the team was speaking to Defoe daily or every other day and "those conversations are going well." "A lot of this is behind us," he added. Vanney said he hoped Defoe would be able to play "soon thereafter" following his return. "I know his regimen that he is supposed to be going through now is intense. So the hope is he shows up fit and ready to sharpen up within the team." Toronto (9-11-6) could use its leading scorer. It has not scored in 280 minutes. GM Tim Bezbatchenko, who was at the post-game news conference where Vanneey spoke declined comment saying Vanney had said what needed to be said.dddddddddddd Defoe broke his silence before the game, opting for the 140-character route. "Big game for boys tonight good luck cant wait to be back out there scoring," he tweeted. It was his first tweet since Aug. 21 when he excitedly noted a special delivery of custard. Earlier Saturday, the Daily Mail reported that the England striker is set to open negotiations with Toronto about exiting before the January transfer window. Toronto officials have denied reports that their star acquisition, signed from Tottenham in January, wanted to leave. Defoe was linked to deadline day moves Monday to Queens Park Rangers and Leicester City. 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