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“He is totally immobilized for three weeks, then we’ll see how long it takes before he’s back playing,” Self said. “He’s lost to us for South Korea. He will not play in South Korea. I feel bad for Devonté because he’d been playing great. He may or may not go on the trip, but he won’t play.”
Self said he would try to find another guard from another school to bring on the trip.
Kansas had the second-most honorees behind Oklahoma (60) as a total of 406 Big 12 freshmen were recognized.
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According to Gabe Bock of TexAgs Radio, Sharp suggested that the 12th Man doesn't need the "numbing" effects of alcohol like Texas fans might given the program's recent struggles.
"They didn't pay me, but there may have been cash going around to some other players," said Simms. "I'm not going to deny that. I may have gotten a few $100 handshakes every now and then to sign some autographs for alumni.
TCU scored three runs in the second and another three runs in the fifth to take the lead. They held on for the win in the elimination game. LSU is going home.
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According to the Chad Ford Mock Draft 7.0, with the 16th pick in the NBA draft, the Boston Celtics will select Kelly Oubre.
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On Wednesday, Royals mascot Sluggerrr was cleared of any wrongdoing in a hot dog tossing accident by a Jackson County jury following a two-day trial. The accident happened way back in 2009.
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Tiger Woods had an abysmal afternoon at Chambers Bay in the first round of the 2015 US Open, which was capped off with a bogey on 18.
Not only does Chambers Bay feature wild and fast greens, it also features a roaring train that rumbles around the edge of the course.