LAWRENCE -- The waiting is finally over for Josh Selby and all those Kansas fans who've been chanting ``Free Selby'' while the super recruit impatiently sat out the season's first nine games.
The playmaking freshman point guard will make his long-awaited debut Saturday when the third-ranked Jayhawks play USC.
Selby insists he holds no bitterness toward the NCAA or the sometimes-obscure rules of amateurism that tripped him up while he was being courted by just about every major program.
The trick for Kansas coach Bill Self will be how to work the nation's No. 1 recruit into a team that's 9-0 and ranked No. 3 in the country without damaging fragile team chemistry.