07:42 AM ET 12.11 | Even as his passes and shots missed the mark, Andrew Wiggins represented hope in Tuesday's loss. The faster the pace, the more aggressively teammates attack, the better Wiggins plays. In the opening 20 minutes against the Gators, KU's guards were put on their heels, confused by the defense in front of them. Kansas practiced against a 1-3-1 zone, but that's not the same as facing it against a bunch of experienced athletes who know how to play it. "I don't think our guards do anything to help him right now," [Bill Self] said of Wiggins. "I thought he played aggressive, for the most part, the entire game. I just don't think he got very many opportunities in the first half." Why didn't he? "Their 1-3-1 and our inability to attack it, that kind of stuff," Self said. "A lot of times you don't put it all on one kid."