that the University
of Kansas used cloned athletes to win the Big-12 Championship and advance to the “elite 8.”
A reporter searching the high school records for Marcus and Markief Morris, the famed “Morris twins,” revealed a surprising fact: There is no record of Marcus or Markief attending high school. Instead there was only one name–Mark Morris.
Anonymous sources from the university of Kansas Medical School mention suspicious cloning activity around the years 2004-2008.
A spokesman for coach Bill Self says the Jayhawks “deny the allegation and defy the alligator.” Further, coach Self adds, even if it were true it violates no rule.
We have the original rules, written by coach Naismith himself. There is no prohibition of using cloned athletes.
Meanwhile, there are also reports of suspicious activity in the genetics lab at Kansas State University.
Coach Frank Martin has been quoted as saying,
KU obviously had an unfair advantage with two Morrises. If we had two Jacob Pullens, we would have been unstoppable.