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Great to be back: Kansas cruises in Brannen Greene's return |
“Coach (Bill Self) pulled me aside. He said he’d allow me to suit up. He’s been happy with my attitude, how I work in practice and all that,” said Greene, who celebrated his return to action by scoring 14 points off 5-of-6 shooting (3-of-4 from three) in the Jayhawks’ 92-59 rout of Holy Cross on Wednesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

Column: KU takes the good and bad with Brannen Greene |
A five-minute stretch midway through the first half of Wednesday's 92-59 Kansas University basketball victory over Holy Cross at Allen Fieldhouse perfectly summed up the hot-and-cold career of KU junior Brannen Greene.

Notebook: Kansas has history with Holy Cross |
“Bob Cousy was a great player, later a great pro player,” former KU player and assistant coach Jerry Waugh said on Bill Self’s Hawk Talk radio show. Waugh had the defensive assignment on Cousy that ’49 contest

Landen Lucas, Jamari Traylor sit as precaution |
“They got the shaft tonight in some respects because they could have played. I didn’t see any reason to do it,” KU coach Bill Self said after the Jayhawks’ 92-59 win. “You play five minutes each and turn an ankle or do something like that. We need everybody full strength.

Kansas blows out Holy Cross |
Two who did not play at all were big men Jamari Traylor (ankle) and Landen Lucas (toe). Both dressed and warmed up but were given the night off to rest their ailments. Had the contest been a must-win game, both likely would have played.

KU football's Fish Smithson named 2nd-team All-Big 12 |
Junior safety Fish Smithson on Wednesday was one of four Kansas University football players honored in the Big 12 Conference coaches' postseason awards.

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Ex-NBA center John 'Hot Rod' Williams battling cancer, on life support -
Former Cleveland Cavaliers center, John "Hot Rod" Williams is battling cancer and is currently on life support. According to The Plain Dealer's Terry Pluto, Williams is in the intensive care unit of a hospital near Baton Rouge, La., where he grew up and currently resides.

Antonio Brown fined more than $11K for wild goal post TD celebration -
Antonio Brown took touchdown celebrations to a new level Sunday when he gave a giant bear hug to the goal post after returning a punt 71 yards for a score in the Steelers' 45-10 victory over the Colts.

Jerry Jones rips Cowboys coaching staff for not winning without Romo -
After the Cowboys beat the Washington Redskins on Monday to move one game back from the NFC East lead, you'd think that Jerry Jones would have been euphoric. However, that wasn't the case.

Cops: Lehigh Football Players Broke Into (Wrong) House, Beat Up Resident, Peed In Refrigerator
The alleged attack took place Nov. 8, and police said it was led by junior DB Brian Githens (pictured). According to court records, Githens admitted that he and a handful of teammates entered the home around 3 a.m., punched holes in walls, kicked down bedroom doors, and repeatedly punched a sleeping resident, sending him to the hospital.

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Muslim Sports Heroes Kareem Abdul-Jabbar And Muhammad Ali Condemn Donald Trump
If violence can be an abstraction — and it can; that’s what a threat is — the Trump campaign meets this definition. Thus, Trump is ISIS’s greatest triumph: the perfect Manchurian Candidate who, instead of offering specific and realistic policies, preys on the fears of the public, doing ISIS’s job for them.

Should you drink soy or cow's milk? Here's what the evidence says. - Vox
Dear Julia: Does drinking soy milk really cause man boobs?

Possible tax deal would give big wins to both parties - Yahoo News
An eleventh-hour drive by the White House and Congress to strike a deal extending dozens of mostly obscure tax cuts could end up delivering major political victories for President Barack Obama and House Speaker Paul Ryan. (Ed Note - mostly obscure? tell that to the millions of small business owners who depend on some of these)