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KU lands oral commitment from 2019 point guard Issac McBride

Late Night strikes again. The Kansas men’s basketball team on Monday picked up its second commitment from the Class of 2019, when Issac “Mackey” McBride announced he would join the Jayhawks just after 5 p.m. By Matt Tait

Afternoon

After breakthrough performance, KU's Steven Sims lauds Carter Stanley's energy

University of Kansas receiver Steven Sims Jr. put together on Saturday what easily qualified as the most prolific game of his senior season. But it wasn’t his individual success that had Sims talkative following the Jayhawks’ loss to Oklahoma State. By Benton Smith

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College basketball corruption trial under way

Chancellor, other KU officials listed as potential witnesses during Monday's jury selection process

According to a Yahoo report from Dan Wetzel, jury selection in the college basketball bribery case began on Monday and names associated with the University of Kansas came up on a couple of occasions.

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Tom Keegan: Ryan Willis makes big splash for Virginia Tech

Ryan Willis left the Kansas football program taking far less confidence out of it than he brought into it. He was a beaten young man in need of a fresh start.

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KU lands oral commitment from 2019 point guard Issac McBride

Late Night strikes again. The Kansas men’s basketball team on Monday picked up its second commitment from the Class of 2019, when Issac “Mackey” McBride announced he would join the Jayhawks just after 5 p.m. By Matt Tait

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KU's Pooka Williams named Co-Big 12 Newcomer of the Week

Another strong showing by running back Pooka Williams landed the University of Kansas freshman his second weekly Big 12 award in four games. By Benton Smith

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KU hopes to have QB Miles Kendrick back available after bye week

When Carter Stanley makes his second straight start for the University of Kansas football team this coming Saturday at No. 9 West Virginia, the redshirt junior quarterback won’t be splitting any time with backup Miles Kendrick. By Benton Smith

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David Beaty sticking with Carter Stanley as KU's starting QB

Following his team's home loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday, Kansas football coach David Beaty said he would need to further review quarterback Carter Stanley’s play before deciding whether the redshirt junior would remain the starter. By the time Beaty spoke on the Big 12 coaches media teleconference Monday morning, he had seen enough to keep Stanley at the top of the depth chart. By Benton Smith