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Top 10 Kansas target Isaiah Todd to name final 2 schools on Monday

Class of 2020 power forward Isaiah Todd was in Lawrence over the weekend for Late Night and now plans to narrow his list of finalists to two sometime Monday. Coincidence? I think not. The guess here is that KU will make the final two for Todd, the ... Continue reading

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Late Night Notebook: Ochai Agbaji with the ball, KU’s speed demons and an injury update

Given the fact that Snoop Dogg’s Late Night set was three times as long and a lot more eye-opening than the Jayhawks’ scrimmage, it makes sense that the music stole so many headlines Friday night and Saturday morning. But this was a basketball event after all, and ... Continue reading

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Getting to know: Oklahoma football

Things don’t get easier for the Kansas football team. Following a lopsided loss to TCU last week, KU (2-3, 0-2 Big 12) will welcome an even tougher opponent to town in Week 6. The Jayhawks will now have the tall task of trying to contain No. 6 ... Continue reading

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Late Night in the Phog Highlights

Highlights from the 2019 Late Night in the Phog scrimmage, where the Crimson squad prevailed, 32-30. Devon Dotson of the Blue team led all scorers with 12 points. David MCormack put up 10 for the winning Crimson team. Continue reading

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Bill Self discusses Late Night and an unexpected turn in Snoop’s performance

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self said after Late Night in the Phog Friday that headliner Snoop Dogg’s performance, which included pole dancing and a gun that shot out money, wasn’t what he expected. “That’s not the direction that anybody at the school would want that to go ... Continue reading

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Sherron Collins’ half court shot at Late Night wins money for students

Former Kansas basketball All-American Sherron Collins was called onto the court at Allen Fieldhouse during the team's Late Night in the Phog festivities by head coach Bill Self. Collins was given warmup shot before trying to make a shot from mid-court to win $5,000 apiece for a ... Continue reading

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Pick 6: Bets bets for Week 6 of college football

**Best bet:** Texas (-10.5) at West Virginia Considering Tom Herman’s history as a favorite compared to an underdog, this might be a surprising answer for best bet. But Texas should be able to handle this one against a West Virginia team that could have easily lost to ... Continue reading

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Over/under prop bets for KU’s Week 6 matchup with Oklahoma

This week was the toughest week to come up with over/under prop bets. How do you pick five reasonable numbers when Oklahoma is coming to town this weekend? After all, the Sooners are practically breaking the rules by averaging over 100 yards per game more than any ... Continue reading

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Kansas QB Carter Stanley uncharacteristically off in latest start

For the first time this season, Kansas quarterback Carter Stanley didn’t turn the ball over once. Still, the fifth start of Stanley’s senior year proved even more arduous than his touchdown-less Week 2 showing against Coastal Carolina, as the Jayhawks’ offense bottomed out at TCU this past ... Continue reading

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Four-star forward no longer visiting KU for Late Night

You can cross one top prospect off of the [Late Night][1] guest list for Friday night. Class of 2020 power forward JT Thor, who had reclassified back into his original 2020 class after a brief move to 2021, is no longer making the trip, according to Rivals.com's ... Continue reading

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Struggles on first down hurting KU’s offense during Big 12 play

It really stood out to Kansas quarterback Carter Stanley when he rewatched the tape from the Big 12 opener. In the loss to West Virginia, KU only had the ball for 55 snaps and that was largely due to the team’s inability to change things up on ... Continue reading

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KU coach Bill Self talks California law change

It has yet to arrive in Kansas and might never get here, but if it does KU basketball coach Bill Self believes wild times are ahead for college athletics. Self for the first time on Wednesday morning publicly shared his thoughts about the new law passed in ... Continue reading

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Complete list of recruits scheduled to visit for Late Night

Late Night in the Phog is always one of the best times of year to bring top recruits from around the nation in for a visit. Some of the top prospects in the country, from multiple classes, get to see nearly everything that makes Kansas basketball what ... Continue reading

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Late Night Primer 2019 - 5 things to watch at KU basketball’s annual season tipoff extravaganza

Late Night is now just two days away and there appears to be more than ever to keep an eye on this year. From a rowdy fan base to a deep roster and dozens of skits, one-liners, videos and highlights, this year’s season tipoff figures to be ... Continue reading

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ESPN’s Jay Bilas talks California law and KU vs. the NCAA on Rock Chalk Sports Talk with Nick Schwerdt

Despite the looming cloud of NCAA allegations, the elite status of Kansas basketball is safe, according to ESPN analyst Jay Bilas. Speaking on Rock Chalk Sports Talk with Nick Schwerdt on Monday afternoon, Bilas discussed KU’s current battle with the NCAA over allegations of recruiting improprieties and ... Continue reading

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Marcus Garrett ready to handle backup point guard role for Kansas

Down a guard after the sudden departure of freshman Issac McBride, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self recently said McBride’s departure did nothing to hurt KU’s depth in the backcourt. The reason? According to Self, KU already had a more experienced option behind starting point guard Devon Dotson ... Continue reading

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KU football opens as a 35-point underdog against No. 6 Oklahoma

Oklahoma is probably a pretty good football team again this season. Hot take, right? The Sooners are averaging 55.5 points per game through four outings, which ranks second in the nation. Oklahoma had defeated all four of its opponents — Houston, South Dakota, UCLA and Texas Tech ... Continue reading

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If this is the end, Khalil Herbert’s Kansas career closes with a sour taste

This new college football rule about playing four games and still being able to redshirt — now in its second year of existence — is great for the players when used properly. And it’s an absolute disaster when it’s not. Although there has been no official word ... Continue reading

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Hakeem Adeniji on how KU plans to respond from TCU loss

Kansas senior Hakeem Adeniji spoke to reporters Monday afternoon. The Jayhawks suffered a 51-14 loss to TCU this past weekend in their first Big 12 road game of the season. Kansas (2-3, 0-2 Big 12) will play host to Oklahoma (4-0, 1-0) at 11 a.m. Saturday. Continue reading

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KU’s Les Miles gives update on Khalil Herbert and previews Oklahoma

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWm8u1dUXR4&feature=youtu.be Kansas head coach Les Miles spoke to reporters Monday afternoon during his weekly press conference. The Jayhawks (2-3, 0-2 Big 12) will play host to No. 4 Oklahoma (4-0, 1-0) at 11 a.m. Saturday. Last season, KU suffered a 55-40 loss at Oklahoma on the day ... Continue reading