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Say What?: Some KU football schedule and QB chatter with RCST’s Nick Schwerdt

Rock Chalk Sports Talk · Best Of RCST Podcast 8-4-20 You can find Tuesday's discussion about the KU football schedule and the Jayhawks' quarterback competition at the 1:13:19 mark of the latest episode of Rock Chalk Sports Talk. Continue reading

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Successful KU football coaches, Bill Self’s future and a general look at where KU’s scholarship numbers sit

Another Monday brings another round of our “Ask Us Anything” blog. And even though I’m actually on vacation this week, I used part of the travel time to knock out this week’s blog so that we wouldn’t create too much of a backlog with the questions you ... Continue reading

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Kansas coach Bill Self says Jayhawks are prepared for weekend arrival

After his team’s final Zoom chat of the offseason on Thursday night, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self said he got the feeling that the Jayhawks were comfortable with the plan to return to campus. “We didn’t hear any complaints,” Self told the Journal-World on Friday, noting that ... Continue reading

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Former KU golfer Gary Woodland sits at even par after 2 rounds in Memphis

Former University of Kansas golf standout Gary Woodland shot a 1-under par 69 at the St. Jude Invitational on Friday to move up three spots into a tie for 43rd. After shooting a 1-over 71 on Thursday, Woodland is now even for the tournament. Woodland made the ... Continue reading

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Despite injuries, KU redshirt freshman Jalen Wilson grew during 2019-20 season

It took less than 30 seconds of KU’s second game of the 2019-20 season for freshman Jalen Wilson’s focus for Year 1 to shift from finding a way to get minutes to finding a way to get healthy. And Wilson, who is expected to return to KU’s ... Continue reading

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Morris twins play their parts in NBA’s restart in Orlando

Marcus Morris played the most minutes. But Markieff Morris got the victory. The NBA is back and opening night of the league’s restart in Orlando on Thursday featured a matchup of former Jayhawks in the second game of a doubleheader on TNT. While players named LeBron James, ... Continue reading

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Support of all kinds pouring in rapidly for KU favorite Scott “Scooter” Ward

After more than 30 years of facing and defeating serious health issues, popular KU academic advisor Scott “Scooter” Ward is headed for another one next month. And this time, his friends are asking for help. Ward’s college roommate and best friend, Mike Evers, reported on a new ... Continue reading

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Charlotte going all out to promote Devonte’ Graham as the NBA’s Most Improved Player

The Charlotte Hornets have come up with a unique way to conjure up support for Devonte’ Graham’s candidacy for the NBA’s Most Improved Player award. In a word — sugar. The Hornets recently sent out a mailer to voters called “S’More Graham,” which included graham crackers, mini ... Continue reading

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Four-star Kansas hoops target to announce college choice on Friday

Four-star forward and current Kansas basketball target K.J. Adams is expected to announce his college of choice at 6 p.m. on Friday evening, according to 247 Sports recruiting analyst Brian Snow. A 6-foot-6, 220-pound power forward from Westlake High in Austin, Texas, Adams narrowed his list to ... Continue reading

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Walk-on guard Elijah Elliott officially transferring from KU

Sophomore walk-on Elijah Elliott is officially leaving the Kansas basketball program. The news of Elliott's decision to transfer comes one month after Kansas coach [Bill Self told the Journal-World Elliott had entered his name into the transfer portal][1] and was made official through a news release from ... Continue reading

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Addressing the scary reality of playing sports in a pandemic, David McCormack’s defense and more

Live team sports have officially returned, with Major League Baseball and the WNBA returning to action in full force over the weekend. Wasn’t it glorious? I’m not a huge baseball guy, but I found myself constantly checking scores and looking for updates and highlights throughout the past ... Continue reading

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Ex-KU safety Bradley McDougald a key part of blockbuster NFL trade

After three seasons as a star in the Seattle Seahawks secondary, former University of Kansas safety Bradley McDougald is headed to the Big Apple. McDougald was part of this weekend’s trade between Seattle and the New York Jets that sent former 2017 first-round pick Jamal Adams and ... Continue reading

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Former KU golfer Daniel Sutton finishes 4th at Korn Ferry Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship

Former University of Kansas golfer Daniel Sutton fired his fourth consecutive round in the 60s on Sunday to take fourth place at the Korn Ferry Tour’s Price Cutter Charity Championship in Springfield, Mo. Playing in the final group at Highland Springs Country Club, and starting the day ... Continue reading

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Two former Jayhawks in contention in Springfield, Mo., on golf’s Korn Ferry Tour

A pair of former University of Kansas golfers easily made the cut at the Korn Ferry Torn’s Price Cutter Charity Championship on Friday. Birmingham, England native, Daniel Sutton, who played his final two seasons of college golf at KU, finished Friday in a tie for fifth place, ... Continue reading

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KU’s Bill Self to serve as virtual Grand Marshal at Kansas Speedway on Saturday

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self will be the voice behind some of the most famous words in racing on Saturday at Kansas Speedway. Self, now in his 18th season at KU, will serve as the virtual Grand Marshal ahead of Saturday’s 4 p.m. Kansas Lottery 250 NASCAR ... Continue reading

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‘Hawks in the NBA: Ben McLemore loving his role with the Houston Rockets

**Editor's Note:** *Here's the latest installment in our series of updates on former KU players in the NBA. After the league was shutdown in March because of the COVID-19 pandemic, 22 teams and several KU players made their way to Orlando to prepare for the resumption of ... Continue reading

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Loaded roster leaves Kansas basketball with flexibility on the recruiting trail

Three players in the 2021 college basketball recruiting class who had Kansas on their lists of finalists elected to go elsewhere this week. But that does not mean it’s time for KU to panic — far from it, in fact. All three prospects — five-star small forward ... Continue reading

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Former KU golfer Chris Thompson shoots 3-under in Round 1 on Korn Ferry Tour

Former University of Kansas golfer Chris Thompson shot a 3-under-par 69 during Thursday's first round of the Korn Ferry Tour's Price Cutter Charity Championship at Highland Springs Country Club in Springfield, Mo. Thompson was tied for 23rd at the completion of his round, with several other golfers ... Continue reading

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Four-star shooting guard picks Florida State

Four-star shooting guard Matthew Cleveland, of Pace Academy in Atlanta, announced on Twitter on Tuesday that he was headed to Florida State. Kansas had been one of the final five schools — along with FSU, Michigan, Stanford and North Carolina State — vying for Cleveland’s services, but ... Continue reading

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Milwaukee coach Mike Budenholzer on former Jayhawk Frank Mason III: ‘We know he’ll be ready’

Milwaukee Bucks point guard Eric Bledsoe recently tested positive for COVID-19, opening the door for former KU point guard Frank Mason III to potentially have a bigger role with the Bucks when the NBA season resumes in 10 days. According to a report from the Milwaukee Journal ... Continue reading

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