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Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 12.20.12

Kansas Jayhawk News and Notes 12.20.12


Kansas Football

Sights and sounds from KU's stellar day on the recruiting trail | Tale of the Tait |
Dexter McDonald's story is pretty unique and probably is one many of you have heard by now. The 6-foot-1, 205-pound cornerback from Rockhurst High played at Kansas during the 2010 and 2011 seasons but left the program because of poor grades shortly after Charlie Weis was hired. He was not gone long, as he spent the fall playing corner at Butler County C.C. and picking his grades back up. Now, with his grades in good shape and his body more prepared than ever for Div. I football, McDonald is ready for his return and said signing day 2012 was far different than what he experienced at signing day 2010.

Forbes: K-State is best football team for money; KU worst -
Hopefully we can turn out side of things around.

Marquel Combs gives KU football a building block on defensive line -
Combs, the top-rated junior college recruit according to ESPN’s scouting service, highlights a junior college haul that could be among the deepest in the country. When all the paperwork had been sent in on Wednesday, KU and coach Charlie Weis had officially landed 10 junior college players.

Juco standouts: Signing with KU football signals start of a dream |
For a college football team not playing in a bowl game, the Kansas University football program sure generated a lot of December hype on Wednesday.

Kansas Basketball

KU dominating opponents in dunks | The Newell Post |
It might sound simple, but a huge reason for the Kansas men's basketball team's success so far has been making close shots while allowing very few.