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KU Volleyball Advances to Elite Eight

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Tell you what, if we come back here in the spring to see they have brutally murdered each other, I'll owe you a coke

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Kansas Sports

KU volleyball advances in NCAA Tournament | KUsports.com
Looking dominant in the second and fourth sets, Kansas defeated Loyola Marymount University, 25-19, 25-11, 21-25, 25-13. The Jayhawks lost their way serving for stretches, but never lost their composure.

Kansas among nation’s best shooting squads | KUsports.com
Kansas University’s basketball team scored 75 points — third-lowest mark of the season — against Harvard the day after it was revealed the Jayhawks ranked second in the country in points per game.

Lawrence High's Amani Bledsoe to visit KU football this weekend | KUsports.com
Four-star Lawrence High defensive end Amani Bledsoe will be making an official visit to Kansas University this weekend, according to a source with knowledge of Bledsoe's recruitment.

University of Kansas Athletics - Jayhawks’ Homestand Continues with Navy
Kansas women's basketball welcomes Navy to Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday, Dec. 13, for the first meeting between the Jayhawks and the MIdshipmen. Tipoff is slated for 1 p.m., and the contest will air on the Jayhawk Television Network/ESPN3 and the Jayhawk Radio Network.

Other Sports

How Warriors survived Celtics to go to 24-0: 10 things to know - CBSSports.com
he Warriors may need to sit starters vs. Milwaukee. Having just survived the Celtics in overtime, the Warriors have to get on a plane, fly to Milwaukee and face the athletic young Bucks on a back-to-back, after Curry played close to 47 minutes and Green almost 50. The Warriors have said they'll put health first, it's part of why Klay Thompson sat Friday night. They want to keep the streak going, but if they are just too tired, it might be time to let the streak end and not push it in such an exhausting situation.

Autopsy: Tommy Hanson died from cocaine and alcohol toxicity - CBSSports.com
Former major league pitcher Tommy Hanson died from "delayed complications of cocaine and alcohol toxicity," according to a report by the Cowetta (Ga.) County coroner's office.

Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford booted from son's high school game - CBSSports.com
Multiple witnesses said the ejection was an overreaction and that Ford was not acting out of line. Evan Fahrbach, the Bartlesville radio play-by-play broadcaster and sports director of KWON am1400, said an official stopped the game to tell Ford he had to go. The official was identified by multiple sources as Rick Smith. Fahrbach said Ford did not do "anything demonstrative at all."

Great costumes, 50-point win highlight Taylor's Silent Night game - CBSSports.com

Taylor University held its annual Silent Night game on Friday night, but the costume-clad fans in Upland, Indiana, got to see some history this year with the Trojans' 100-50 win against Ohio Chillicothe.

Music News

Guns N' Roses' Slash Reveals His Big Plan To Kick Off 2016
Original Guns N’ Roses guitarist Slash will be kicking off 2016 with a New Years Eve concert in Las Vegas on December 31st with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators.

Every Guns N' Roses Song, Ranked Worst to Best
There’s the tale of just another hair metal band from Los Angeles, which unexpectedly escaped the era’s formulaic packaging with a landmark debut album. Appetite for Destruction was so brilliant that it transcended any limiting genre to become one of the all-time great rock ‘n’ roll albums.

Update On Guns N’ Roses’ Possible 2017 Tour Plans
Charity Buzz has set up an auction to meet Slash on his next tour with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators. Slash recently told a fan that he would record a new album with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators early next year, but that the release would be delayed and it would not come out this summer. The auction states that Slash will be touring with Myles Kennedy and the Conspirators in 2016/2017, which indicates a tour that will begin in late 2016 and go into 2017 with a new album released sometime during this period. Slash has been heavily rumored to reunite with Guns N’ Roses for summer 2016 tour dates, so this new report on Slash’s 2016/2017 tour indicates that if Guns N’ Roses indeed do stage a reunion tour next year, it would be a limited summer 2016 run.