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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

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Highlights from KU’s preseason football camp

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=It7oVEJqwHw&t=15s The Kansas football team held its first open practice of the 2018 preseason camp on Saturday, Aug. 4 at the University of Kansas. It marked the first chance to see true freshmen cornerback Corione Harris (No. 2) and running back Pooka Williams (No. 1) in action. ... Continue reading

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Report: Malik Newman signs with Miami Heat

Former Kansas guard Malik Newman, who helped lead the Jayhawks to the 2018 Final Four and was one of the hottest guards in the country during the NCAA Tournament, has landed with his second NBA team since going undrafted in June. Michael Scotto, who covers the NBA ... Continue reading

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Freshman Focus: Kansas SG Quentin Grimes

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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KU linebackers coach Bill Miller had two huge recruits hooked when he was not retained after 2009

Kansas football lags far behind the rest of the Big 12 with just two verbal commitments from Class of 2019 recruits. It’s going to be tough for the coaching staff to land recruits because head coach David Beaty is on such shaky ground. But in better days ... Continue reading

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

Last weekend marked the end of college basketball's latest open evaluation period. And it might have marked the end of an era. If passed next week, a series of proposed rule changes could change the recruiting scene as we know it for both college coaches and the ... Continue reading

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Nick Reid, James McClinton, Charles Gordon deserving of ultimate KU football honor

The Ring of Honor schedule for this season at Memorial Stadium is as follows: Chris Harris, Nicholls State, Sept. 1. Todd Reesing, Rutgers, Sept. 15. Larry Brown, TCU, Oct. 27. Here’s hoping the next three football players to see their names immortalized inside David Booth Kansas Memorial ... Continue reading

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Freshman Focus: Kansas PG Devon Dotson

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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Big 12 running backs set for big year in 2018

It’s no secret that the Big 12 has been home to some talented signal callers over the years. Most recently, Oklahoma’s Baker Mayfield was taken with the No. 1 overall pick by the Cleveland Browns in the 2018 NFL Draft. With his departure, however, the quarterback landscape ... Continue reading

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Updated state of the KU basketball roster entering the final break of summer vacation

[Now that Sam Cunliffe is gone][1] and the Kansas basketball roster appears to be set for the 2018-19 season, we can take a deeper look at what’s ahead for the upcoming season, the rotation and each individual player. The Jayhawks recently wrapped up the second of two ... Continue reading

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Seven steps to a 3-0 start for Kansas football

The three-game, nonconference portion of the Kansas football schedule features no fewer than three must-watch games, each one packed with the potential to be decided on the final drive. Think about it: Which of the three games can you say with any degree of conviction that Kansas ... Continue reading

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Former KU guard Sam Cunliffe eyeing Washington as next stop

One of the big factors in former KU guard Sam Cunliffe's decision to leave Kansas was the desire to get closer to home. Eight days after [announcing his departure from Lawrence,][1] Cunliffe is closing in on making that happen. According to a source familiar with Cunliffe’s plans, ... Continue reading

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Class of 2019 SF looking to narrow list

Class of 2019 forward Malik Hall, a five-star prospect ranked No. 46 in the country by Rivals.com, will be cutting his list down to five schools soon. The 6-foot-8 versatile forward from Sunrise Academy in Bel Aire posted on his Instagram account that he will be announcing ... Continue reading

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D.J. Jeffries, Class of 2019 forward and cousin of KU’s Lawson brothers, is back on the market

Let the speculation begin. At 3 p.m. Monday afternoon on everyone’s favorite social media recruiting site, Class of 2019 forward D.J. Jeffries Tweeted that he was de-committing from Kentucky and planned to reopen his recruitment. “After careful consideration prayer and countless hours of consulting with my family ... Continue reading

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Kansas court-side for top 2019 target this weekend

The Kansas staff hasn't missed many games that Jeremiah Robinson-Earl has played this spring and summer, and this weekend wasn't any different. Kansas assistant coach Norm Roberts was court-side for Robinson-Earl's games Thursday evening and Friday morning. On Saturday, Kansas coach Bill Self was court-side for both ... Continue reading

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Rivalry Renewed an important part of keeping the Border War alive

Scenes that, 10 years ago, would have made people on both sides of the Border War cringe, instead produced a whole lot of smiles on Saturday night at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence, Mo. And before you cringe just reading that sentence, let's take a minute ... Continue reading

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Highlights from Border War Alumni Game

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=noJohMSn6Cw&feature=youtu.be Kansas maintained bragging rights in the Border War, claiming a 109-101 victory over Missouri in Saturday's alumni game. Former Jayhawk Brandon Rush paced all scorers with 46 points at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence, Mo. The game, which was dubbed "Rivalry Renewed," came about when ... Continue reading

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Travis Releford at Rivalry Renewed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HrkdD9T_Lo&feature=youtu.be Former Kansas forward Travis Releford talks before "Rivalry Renewed" at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence, Mo. KU and MU have not met in an official college basketball game since KU's epic comeback victory at Allen Fieldhouse on Feb. 25, 2012, when the Jayhawks stormed back ... Continue reading

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“Rivalry Renewed” KU-MU Border War revival on tap for Saturday night

It’s Border War time in Kansas City again and Jayhawks and Tigers everywhere have people on both sides of the storied rivalry to thank. At 7:30 p.m. on Saturday night at Silverstein Eye Centers Arena in Independence, Mo., nearly 20 former KU and MU players will get ... Continue reading

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Jeremiah Robinson-Earl talks recruiting as another big weekend arrives

Another big time recruiting weekend is on tap in the Lawrence and Kansas City area this weekend, with Session 2 of the Hardwood Classic taking place in Lawrence and the Jayhawk Summer Finale happening over in Overland Park. Both events are expected to draw dozens of big ... Continue reading