Details provided by, however, suggest Caleb's death could have been caused by an underweight raft.In 13 seasons at Kansas, Bill Self is 385-83 (82.3 percent), averaging 29.6 wins per year.Kansas officials say when police and fire officials arrived at the Schlitterbahn water park at about p.m.

Scott Schwab and his wife, Michele — at the Life Mission Church in Olathe, Caleb and Nate reportedly climbed to the top of the Verrückt to experience the thrill of the "insane" ride together.

Eyewitness reports cited by say the brothers were weighed on a scale at the bottom of the Verrückt tower and once again at the top.

An investigation into what exactly happened is currently underway.

The Kansas City Star says Caleb's parents have hired Michael Rader and Edward Robertson Jr.

This is to prevent the rubber raft from going airborne off the hill that comes after the initial 17-story, almost vertical drop.

On Sunday, just hours after worshiping with their parents — Republican Kansas state Rep.He won his 500th all-time game at Iowa State (108-96 in OT) on Feb. The fastest KU coach to reach 300 wins at Kansas, Self's milestone victory occurred during the 2013 NCAA Tournament against former KU coach Roy Williams' North Carolina team, 70-58.Kansas' 300 victories under Self in his first 10 seasons were more wins than any other NCAA Division I school in the previous 10 years.A member of the NCAA Men's Basketball Rules Committee, the USA? history to have led three different teams - Tulsa, Illinois and Kansas - to the NCAA Elite Eight, including six times with KU (2004-07-08-11-12-16).Basketball Competition Committee and board member for the National Association of Basketball Coaches, Self has coached four league player(s) of the year and 57 all-conference performers, including five All-Big 12 selections in 2016. The other coaches are: Gene Bartow, John Calipari, Lon Kruger, Rick Pitino and Eddie Sutton.The 2012 Naismith and Adolph Rupp national coach of the year as well, Self is a seven-time finalist for the Naismith honor (2000, 2001, 2002, 2003, 2009, 20).