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Five-star RB visits Kansas | KUsports.com
Harris previously visited KU in mid-March, and his trip to Lawrence marked what JayhawkSlant.com recruiting guru Jon Kirby called a visit from the highest-rated recruit to come to KU since at least 1998.
NFL Draft Chatter regarding a few former Jayhawks | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
As you know, Ben Heeney and JaCorey Shepherd are the former Jayhawks most likely to get drafted in the April 30-May 2 draft, which will take place in Chicago, but there are more than a few other guys from last year's team who figure to get their shot.
Jo Jo White Inducted Into Naismith Hall of Fame
White donned the Crimson and Blue from 1966-69 under the direction of head coach Ted Owens. An All-America selection in 1968 and 1969, White was a three-time All-Big Eight Conference honoree and KU's Most Valuable Player for three-straight seasons. The Saint Louis native scored 1,286 career points, which still ranks 29th all-time at Kansas.
Jo Jo White 'overwhelmed' to join Naismith Hall | KUsports.com
“I’m so excited and blessed to have the honor of being inducted into the Hall of Fame,” White told the Boston Globe on Monday. “Words cannot express the way I feel at this time, just so very happy and overwhelmed.”
Danny Manning, Paul Pierce share their ‘Tales of Madness’ | All Eyes on KU | KUsports.com
“The tournament is unforgiving,” Pierce says. “If you have one bad game, that’s it. Throughout my career I’ve had many losses, but all these years later, this is one that still stings.”
Women's BBall - Gardner Earns More Postseason Accolades
The De Soto, Texas native concluded her collegiate career in the Crimson and Blue as the 27th Jayhawk to score over 1,000 career points. She amassed 1,516 points in her four-year career, which is 12th all-time in Kansas women's basketball history.
Baseball - Jayhawks Return Home To Face Lobos in Midweek Action
After an eight-game road swing, the Kansas baseball team returns to Hoglund Ballpark for a 10-game homestand, starting with a two-game midweek set with New Mexico, April 7-8.
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Duke wins its fifth national title with 68-63 win over Wisconsin - CBSSports.com
Duke claimed the 2015 championship trophy with a 68-63 win over Wisconsin. It gives the Blue Devils program and its Hall of Fame coach, Mike Krzyzewski, five national titles. The win puts Coach K at second all-time for championships in men's basketball; UCLA legend John Wooden holds the record with 10.
Dave Bliss, former Baylor Bears coach, hired as coach at NAIA's Southwestern Christian University
Southwestern Christian University, which is located in Bethany, Oklahoma, confirmed to ESPN that Bliss will be introduced at a 3 p.m. news conference Wednesday.
John Calipari of Kentucky Wildcats expects 5-7 underclassmen to make the jump to NBA
"We could lose seven guys," Calipari said. "I would guess five at the minimum. But I would say seven is a distinct possibility."
Bo Ryan's late father has a seat reserved for him at the title game - Men's College Basketball Blog - ESPN
Bo Ryan and his father, Butch, were inseparable. The man who taught basketball to underprivileged kids outside of Philly also taught his son the game, and eventually that son became a coaching legend.
Virginia Cavs headline Ridiculously Early Preseason Top 25 (and one) - CBSSports.com
When the information changes, so will these rankings. But, for now, here's the 2015-16 Ridiculously Early Preseason Top 25 (and one).
Gregg Marshall Money: What does $3.3M at Wichita equal elsewhere? - CBSSports.com
What kind of salary would coaches get if they were paid "Gregg Marshall Money" at the country's heaviest athletic hitters earn? Let's find out together.
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Man, I hope the White Sox are this awful all year. That was fun.
MLB Recap - Chicago White Sox at Kansas City Royals - Apr 06, 2015 - CBSSports.com
After an exhilarating postseason run last year that ended with a Game 7 loss to San Francisco in the World Series, the Royals got off to a fast start in 2015. Alcides Escobar and Mike Moustakas, their first two hitters, went a combined 4 for 7 with two walks and scored five runs. Moustakas homered the opposite way in the fifth off Samardzija.
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After Kentucky's loss, Indiana reminds us who the last unbeaten was - Men's College Basketball Blog - ESPN
It was a win-win for the Hoosiers, and just before Monday night's national championship game, the school's official basketball Twitter account made sure everyone was well aware of it.
Torii Hunter rips umpire Joe West after dubious check-swing call - CBSSports.com
Not only that, Hunter complained, but West didn't ask the first-base umpire for help, which is common on check swings, particularly borderline ones. He just took it upon himself to end the ballgame. Still seething during postgame interviews, with comments that surely will result in a fine from Major League Baseball for criticizing an umpire, Hunter ripped West for not doing his job well.