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“It feels good to be here. I’m very excited to see what’s in store for us,” Bragg said.
Both Coleby and Buddy Hield played on the Bahamas National Team last year and will represent the country at the Caribbean Basketball Federation tourney June 15-21 in Virgin Islands.
The long road of rebuilding KU football continued Thursday in the Wichita area, with two Jayhawk football camps at Derby and Bishop Carroll High Schools. Since his hiring, new head coach David Beaty has talked about keeping the best athletes Kansas has to offer at home in the Sunflower State.
They’ll meet with the coaching staff, get reacquainted with the strength coaches and prepare to move full speed ahead into summer conditioning, which begins early next week. That time with head strength coach Je’Ney Jackson and his staff, along with summer classes, which begin Tuesday, will dominate the next eight weeks until the Jayhawks open preseason camp in early August.
Playing with friends at Lawrence Country Club, Gary Woodland shot a 61 to tie the course record set and repeated several times by former KU All-American Chris Thompson.
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This apparent flyer compares the long tenure of Michigan offensive coordinator Jedd Fisch with that of Smith, entering his sixth year in coaching. Smith saw the graphic and posted it to Twitter, offering his response to the jab.
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James dominated the Warriors with 39 points, 16 rebounds and 11 assists, slowing the pace and picking the NBA's top-rated defense apart most of the night. Despite being without guard Kyrie Irving due to a knee injury, the Cavs held the Warriors in check for all but the final three minutes of regulation.
The last time we saw the US women's national team in World Cup action, it choked away a chance at winning its first World Cup crown since Brandi Chastain's iconic penalty kick clinched a win for America back in 1999.
Reuters confirmed on Sunday that Domenico Scala, who serves as the independent chairman of FIFA's audit and compliance committee, told a Swiss newspaper both World Cups could indeed be moved as a result of ongoing investigations into improprieties in the bidding process.
Threatening actual Lightning fans for doing what they want with the tickets they bought, military or not, is beyond questionable customer relations. The secondary markets being what they are, and now that there are legal and safer means to resell tickets, fans have every right to make a purchase and recoup their costs or turn a profit on those seats. It happens in every sport, in just about every city.
The NFL has put the kibosh on the inaugural National Fantasy Football Convention (NFFC), which was organized by Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo, because it was set to take place in at the Sands Expo in Las Vegas, reports FOXSports.com's Alex Marvez. Holding an event at a casino property -- even though the Sands Expo doesn't have gambling -- is a violation of league rules.
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These two kids were fired up about the tip Phil Mickelson left them. One of them might even buy a Nerf gun with it.
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Golden State may have lost Game 2 but one Warriors fan can't be too upset. He left Oracle Arena in a brand new car.