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“I like his game. He’s going to be a good part for coach (Bill) Self’s system in how he (Self) wants to play,” McLemore said. “He is a 4-man that can shoot the ball, dribble a little bit, too. He can hurt a lot of teams with his ability to shoot the ball and stretch out.”
Brian Hanni’s Rock Chalk Roundball Classic, a KU basketball fundraiser which tonight features KU football coach David Beaty, is set for 7 p.m. at Free State High’s gym.
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College football's early signing period debate will go on. Conference commissioners on Wednesday delayed for one year voting on a proposal that would have created a three-day signing period in December, according to MAC commissioner Jon Steinbrecher.
Texas joins West Virginia and Kansas State as some of the first Big 12 schools to offer alcohol for sale at football games.
- Professional Sports -
Bill Pennington of the New York Times described Chambers Bay as being "constructed with the purpose of hosting the United States Open" with its architect knowing "that a fine fescue surface from tee box to green would intrigue" the USGA.
"Offensive linemen don't get looked at,'' Oher said, according to ESPN.com. "Nobody is paying attention to the offensive line. But me? I'm getting watched for everything."
Does this explain a lot? Maybe this explains a lot. You know, all those Royals headed to the All-Star Game. (Mr. Ed says: Apparently CBSSports picking up on this story has crashed the dude's blog page. Hopefully he'll get it back up soon.
The MLB All-Star voting system is easily exploitable. And MLB probably doesn't care.
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During Wednesday night's Rays-Nationals game, defensive pratfalls and atmospheric conditions conspired to allow Steven Souza to make it all the way around the bases ... on a bunt.
Gordon fouled off a bunt attempt on the 1-1 pitch from Michael Pineda, indulged in a contemplative stroll outside the batter's box, took a pitch low to push it to 2-2 and then he ... did whatever it is you see above. The guess here is that he momentarily forgot the count and thought he still had a strike to burn. Burn it he did.
This poor golfer was screwed out of an ace because his ball somehow wedged between the cup and the green where the cup is supposed to go.
At least once a minor-league season, we can count on minor-league manager Joe Mikulik to blow his top at an umpire's bad call. More specifically, he transforms, like a werewolf under a full moon, into a 3-year-old at bedtime. He doesn't want to go, and you can't make him. All other Mikulik tantrums will be measured against the one from August a season ago, but he still had a doozy Tuesday night.
A few years ago, The Simpsons basically predicted the Cardinals would spy on everyone and maybe even get caught.