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Apr 28, 2012; Lawrence, KS, USA; Kansas Jayhawks linebacker Toben Opurum (35) watches during the second half of the Spring Game at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE
Apr 28, 2012; Lawrence, KS, USA; Kansas Jayhawks linebacker Toben Opurum (35) watches during the second half of the Spring Game at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE

Kansas Football

New KU LB has history with Crist, Weis | CJOnline.com
Anthony McDonald doesn’t want to brag, but the first time Charlie Weis called Notre Dame High School, he wasn’t looking for a quarterback.

Following Weis to Kansas an easy call for ex-Irish linebacker | KUsports.com
"There really wasn’t a recruiting pitch," McDonald said. "When I saw (KU) coach (Charlie) Weis calling me, (I thought) ‘You want me, coach, I’m all yours. One more year.’"

What caught my eye at Day 7 of Fall Practice | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
More from Tait

Kansas Basketball

McLemore's injury limits playing time on European trip | KUsports.com
Wouldn't expect too much more from McLemore overseas.

Welcome to the comeback club: KU vets rally new-look Jayhawks to second Swiss win | KUsports.com
Kevin Young coming into his own a bit and Andrew White is looking like the most reliable offense in his short time with the team.

A few KU video highlights from Game 2 win over Switzerland; plus, observations on each Jayhawk from Wednesday | The Newell Post | KUsports.com
Jesse Newell from Switzerland

Jayhawks knock off Swiss team again - KansasCity.com
Recap from the Star

College Athletics

Academic scandal embroils North Carolina Tar Heels but NCAA stays quiet - ESPN
The NCAA hit North Carolina with sanctions in March after the school was ruled to have committed major violations. But it has remained quiet about a growing scandal on the Chapel Hill campus involving high numbers of football and basketball players enrolled in classes determined to have been fraudulent.