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Attorney in Diallo case confident of a positive resolution

'Cause no mystical energy field controls *my* destiny. It's all a lot of simple tricks and nonsense.

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Beaty believes freshmen are growing |

“Tyrone Miller (and I) were standing in the stretch lines and I said, ‘Hey, man, how much more comfortable do you feel now from the first snap you took against South Dakota State,’” Beaty said. “And he’s like, ‘Coach, I can’t even believe that I was out there.’”

6 Questions with Chevy Graham

In this week's episode, Shaffer picks on KU cornerback Chevy Graham.

Attorney involved in Diallo case confident KU freshman will play this season |

“There’s no reason as to why he wouldn’t (play in games). I think that’s almost a certainty. A timeline? That will be determined over the next day or so. Candidly, at a certain point, when it becomes quite clear that all administrative possibilities have been exhausted, then legal action becomes more of a possibility,” Jackson added.

Kansas Jayhawks 2015–16 team preview - College Basketball -

Kansas Jayhawks preview: Coach Bill Self and player of the year candidate Perry Ellis pursue 12th-straight Big 12 title.

Texas turns back Jayhawks in five sets |

Said Taylor Soucie, “We know what we can do. We know if we take care of our side, if we don’t give them serves, don’t make hitting errors, we take care of our stuff we can beat anybody. We can do a lot. A lot of us showed we can play. When we have everybody, who can stop us?”

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ESPN's 2015-16 preseason predictions

The season is just hours away. Who do our experts have in the Final Four? What about winning it all? How about player of the year and coach of the year? It's all right here.

Five storylines to watch in college basketball for 2015-2016 season

How good is the Big 12? Will Maryland live up to the hype? How will the 30-second clock influence college basketball?

2015 College Basketball Season Preview

Get excited for the NCAA basketball season with our top 25 teams, predictions, and 100 players you should know.

UAB coach Jerod Haase gives nearly $46K to school's basketball players -

Because cost of attendance is a matter that is now permissible under NCAA rules, and ties directly with schools and student-athlete rights, Haase did not break bylaws in his act of generosity.

Minnesota removes interim tag, names Tracy Claeys next coach -

The Golden Gophers have moved quickly to replace Jerry Kill with his longtime assistant Tracy Claeys.

House of Johnny and Oil -

How Johnny Football and $100 barrels of oil fueled Texas A&M to create a college football cathedral.

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Andrelton Simmons wins Wilson defensive award |

Many Braves fans were not happy on Tuesday night, when Simmons was not named the National League's Rawlings Gold Glove Award winner at shortstop for a third consecutive season. That honor went to Giants shortstop Brandon Crawford.

But there wasn't any reason to bicker on Wednesday night, when Wilson gave Simmons its top honor.

Wilson determined its Defensive Player of the Year Award winners with a formula that includes traditional defensive stats, advanced metrics and information gathered by Inside Edge.

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Missouri assistant professor resigns from courtesy appointment after confrontation with journalist

“I regret the language and strategies I used, and sincerely apologize to the MU campus community, and journalists at large, for my behavior, and also for the way my actions have shifted attention away from the students’ campaign for justice,” she wrote in her statement.

Is the entire Mizzou Protest Based on Lies? | FOX Sports

The entire protest is based on three things, none of which have been independently verified, a poopswastika, an off-campus racial slur, and an on campus racial slur. So let's examine each of them in order.

Total Sorority Move | I Am A White, Non-Racist, Non-Violent Mizzou Student And I Actively Oppose #ConcernedStudent1950

... people of all races and backgrounds are offended every day. Women are sexualized. Muslims are called terrorists. Gay people are judged for their sexual preference. Sorority girls are assumed to be bimbos. Fraternity men are deemed arrogant. So why is it that Butler gets to choose the importance of discrimination? Why does he get to prioritize intolerance? Why are his problems more important than mine, or yours, or any other of the 35,441 students currently enrolled in this university?