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“I don’t think of it that way,” said Beaty when asked about being the face of the downtrodden program. “But it is something that’s obvious; you’re right. Am I comfortable with it? Whether I am or not, I guess if that’s what I have to fill right now, I’ll do it. But you will not hear a lot about David Beaty. You’re not gonna see my face everywhere. I fight our marketing department all the time because, at the end of the day, it’s about (our players).”
“We're currently wrapped up in preparing our staff and our team to create a brand of Kansas football that is tough, fast‑paced, disciplined, highly competitive, fun to watch and, man, fun to play in,” Beaty said. “If you're a guy that wants to play college football, we want you to want to come play in this.”
“Like all the teams that are going to come before you today, we have high expectations, and with those high expectations are going to come high standards. The thing about high standards is they don’t set themselves, and those expectations, they certainly don’t meet themselves,” Beaty added.
Speaking to reporters at Big 12 media days on Monday at the Omni Hotel, Beaty shared the memory of his father, Buford Lee Beaty, being almost directly behind Oswald as he was being transferred from his jail cell in the basement of the Dallas Police Department, where B.L. worked as an officer and Jack Ruby shot and killed Oswald.
Benton Smith's notes on the activity in Dallas on Monday.
KUAthletics Twitter recap of yesterday's activities in Dallas.
“They could be real dangerous,” Chalmers said of the Jayhawks. “I think that’s good. They bring it all together, they could be another 2008 team.”
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Harry Giles is the No. 1 basketball recruit in the class of 2016, according to ESPN. On Monday, he released announced his final list of college choices. Giles is considering Duke, Kentucky, UNC, Wake Forest and Kansas.
Snyder lauds Wildcat fans; TCU talks playoffs; Dana Holgorsen synonymous with passing offense; Air Raid growing in popularity
Bob Bowlsby opened Big 12 Media Days by holding a press conference with the assembled media. Here are five things to know about what the commissioner had to say.
Gary Pinkel isn't a fan of an independent like Notre Dame getting a shot at the College Football Playoff.
Lots of college football players have reasons to give up football. Brian Ochs' is a little different from most.
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After a miraculous putt on the 72nd hole of the tournament, Zach Johnson defeated Marc Leishman and Louis Oosthuizen in a four-hole playoff.
According to two sources of the Philadelphia Inquirer, Embiid broke the navicular bone in his right foot again, a report that would seem to contradict a June 13 statement by the Philadelphia 76ers that a “standard CT scan on Joel’s right foot revealed less healing that anticipated at this point.”
“It's a dream come true to be able to come home, finally,” Pierce said. “I grew up a Laker fan but playing on all the Boston Celtic teams . . . there's no way I could go there — so this was the next best choice. And it's always been a dream to play in front of my family and friends.”
Prospective ownership groups in Las Vegas and Quebec City filed formal applications for NHL expansion franchises Monday.
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It occurred on Monday in a press conference to announce the upcoming extraordinary session of FIFA congress.