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"Joe (Dooley) said he will remind us a lot of (former KU guard) Travis Releford," Self said. "He's got good size. He's a jack of all trades and a great energy guy."
“It’s an amazing experience of course. I’ve never been to Kansas. I’ve never seen a locker room like this or seen any facilities like this,” DeBose said. “I’m just glad and blessed and completely thankful from coach Dooley and coach (Bill) Self to allow me to be on the team.”
The past couple of weeks, Miles dished knowledge instead of dimes, working as a coach at Bill Self’s basketball camps. He spent some time with Self’s current crop of Jayhawks, too. Wouldn’t you know it, he gravitated toward two players in particular: junior Frank Mason III and sophomore Devonté Graham.
Three-star athlete out of Michigan commits to Jayhawks; 'The Program' challenges KU players; Corey Avery to Sam Houston St
5: The number of starters who return for Kansas. UTSA (three) is the only FBS team with fewer returning starters. Godspeed, David Beaty.
Kansas, 1.5 wins (over -185, under +145): You're reading that correctly: heavily juiced as the over may be, the Jayhawks' initial line is, indeed, set at 1.5 wins -- the lowest for any Power Five team.
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"I'll make it official here that I'm definitely going to stay and just play it out, take my visits in November, and play another year with my brother," Maker told the media in Virginia. "So I'm definitely going to stay in 2016."
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Jordan Spieth is no stranger to making history, and with his win in the 2015 US Open on Sunday, he joined Tiger Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Arnold Palmer, Craig Wood and Ben Hogan as the only golfers to ever win the Masters and US Open in the same year.
According to Washington Post, Pierce will forgo his $5.5 million player option with the Wizards and will officially become a free agent at the end of the month.
That's 37-year-old Yankees season-ticket holder Zack Hample, but he's known for more than that. He's actually written a book about "How to Snag Major League Baseballs," in which he bragged about having caught over 1,250 in his life.
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"First, I had to make sure I could breathe. Then I got numb on that side of my body, and I had to make sure it came back. But then it all came back, and I was good to go," said Wiseman to Adam Sparks of the Tennessean.
"You can't throw an umpire out of the game" is right, as Joe West said in "Naked Gun."
Brandt Snedeker was charging up the leaderboard on Sunday and had himself to -1 for the tournament heading into No. 14. Snedeker decided to putt from off the green for par and his putt nailed a sprinkler head, which sent his ball up in the air and killed it's momentum.
From the "in case you missed it" folder, check out the following video of former Kansas University football standouts Chris Harris and Steven Johnson leading a Colorado symphony in the KU fight song during a recent event put on by the Denver Broncos.