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A hot few weeks could bring Gary Woodland into Ryder Cup consideration

St. Louis — Based on a points system, the top eight players gain automatic spots on the America's Ryder Cup team and four captains’ picks will be added. After finishing in a tie for sixth in the 100th PGA Championship, Woodland finished 19th in the final Ryder ... Continue reading

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Kansas Basketball Record Watch 2018-19: Mitch Lightfoot

A couple of months ago, when KU junior Udoka Azubuike announced he would return for his junior season at Kansas instead of trying to make it in the NBA, the first thing that popped into my head was where Azubuike stood in KU’s record books in a ... Continue reading

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Tidbits on Round 4 PGA Championship playing partners Tiger Woods and Gary Woodland

Welcome to the first breakfast version of Lunch Break. In almost 40 years as a sportswriter, I can’t recall any organization doing as through a job supplying information as the PGA does for the fourth major. (Next year it will move to the second major, after The ... Continue reading

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Woodland takes one stroke lead into 1:38 tee time

St. Louis — Gary Woodland’s PGA Championship record of 130 strokes for two rounds held up as the lead heading into the third round after several players completed their second rounds Saturday morning. Woodland, who is 10-under, holds a one-stroke lead over Kevin Kisner and a two-stroke ... Continue reading

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Old AAU basketball teammate Stephen Vinson one of many in PGA gallery watching Gary Woodland

Gary Woodland was probably a little light in estimating that 75 to 100 spectators came from Kansas to watch him compete Thursday in the first day of the 100th PGA. His high school golf coach and high school basketball coach were in the crowd, as were many ... Continue reading

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2020 PG picks up Kansas offer

Class of 2020 combo guard Jalen Suggs took to Twitter on Thursday to announce that he has pick up an offer from Kansas. The 6-foot-5 Suggs is considered to be a top 5 combo guard and also is a top 5 dual-threat quarterback in the class of ... Continue reading

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Say What? Tait’s weekly appearance on Rock Chalk Sports Talk

You might've seen a recent video floating around that featured Kansas center Udoka Azubuike working on his jump shot. In it, you see Azubuike knock down a couple of jumpers from around the free throw line before finishing the drill with one of his signature power dunks ... Continue reading

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This is not your older brother’s Nicholls State team

Nicholls State seemed like a safe tomato can for Kansas to pummel in the season-opener when the game was scheduled, but the Colonels are one of the more impressive turn-around stories in college football. Fourth-year coach Tim Rebowe inherited a program coming off an 0-12 record and ... Continue reading

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Kansas Basketball Record Watch 2018-19: Lagerald Vick

A couple of months ago, when KU junior Udoka Azubuike announced he would return for his junior season at Kansas instead of trying to make it in the NBA, the first thing that popped into my head was where Azubuike stood in KU’s record books in a ... Continue reading

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2019 PF Claims Kansas Offer

Class of 2019 power forward Zeke Nnaji (Hopkins, MN) took to Twitter on Wednesday night to share that he has picked up a scholarship offer from the University of Kansas. The 6-foot-10 power forward is considering Wisconsin, Iowa, Arizona and Ohio State among others. Nnaji already has ... Continue reading

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Miles Kendrick studies playbook and competitors

Miles Kendrick spent one semester at San Mateo Community College before transferring to Kansas. He hasn’t had nearly as much experience running an Air Raid offense as either Peyton Bender, who started eight games for Kansas season, or Carter Stanely, who started four. Kendrick studies more than ... Continue reading

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Jayhawks have more company in pursuit of 2019 PG Tre Mann

There's a new blue blood program in the race to land Tre Mann. Tuesday night — on election day, no less — Rivals.com analyst Corey Evans posted a Tweet that indicated that North Carolina had lined up an official visit with the Class of 2019 point guard ... Continue reading

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2019 Kansas recruit named to UAA 1st team

Class of 2019 power forward Jeremiah Robinson-Earl was named to the UAA Association 1st team on Tuesday. The 6-foot-9 Robinson-Earl was the eighth leading scorer (19.5 ppg) and the top rebounder (11.4 rpg) in the UAA Association this spring and summer. The former Bishop Miege star will ... Continue reading

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Kansas Basketball Record Watch 2018-19: Udoka Azubuike

A couple of months ago, when KU junior Udoka Azubuike announced he would return for his junior season at Kansas instead of trying to make it in the NBA, the first thing that popped into my head was where Azubuike stood in KU’s record books in a ... Continue reading

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As many as 4 newcomers could start at O-line

First-year offensive line coach A.J. Ricker faces as daunting a challenge as anyone in the Kanas football program. He has so much reworking of the offensive line to do and so little time to do it before the Jayhawks open the season for a 6 p.m. kickoff ... Continue reading

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Kansas cracks latest cut for pair of 4-star Class of 2019 hoops prospects

With the July evaluation period now behind us, several Class of 2019 prospects have started to get serious about their recruitment. And that means, first and foremost, the making and trimming of lists, with official visit dates and, ultimately, decisions to follow in the months ahead. Because ... Continue reading

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Freshman Focus: Kansas PF David McCormack

By now, you've all read a dozen different places, and probably at least that many times, about how talented KU's incoming recruiting class really is. From five-star guards Quentin Grimes and Devon Dotson to beast big man David McCormack and under-the-radar potential steal Ochai Agbaji, Bill Self ... Continue reading

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Kansas football strength staff sets stage for stronger line play

Every college football program has its different behind-the-scenes rituals, and first-year Kansas offensive line coach A.J. Ricker pointed to one he found particularly interesting. It symbolized the moment summer conditioning gave way to fall camp and it involved head strength and conditioning coach Zac Woodfin and head ... Continue reading

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KU’s Charlie Moore a steady second PG option for USA squad

The second consecutive summer Italian tour for Kansas point guard Charlie Moore is nearing its end, and the KU sophomore has delivered a mixed bag of results thus far. Moore, in three games for the USA East Coast squad coached by Larry Brown, is averaging just over ... Continue reading

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David Beaty gives update on roster in preseason camp

Head football coach David Beaty gave a few updates on the Kansas roster during preseason football camp on Saturday at the University of Kansas. Beaty revealed five Jayhawks who will no longer factor into the team’s on-the-field fortunes: defensive ends Foster Dixson and Mazin Aql, offensive linemen ... Continue reading