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Two roads diverged in a wood, and I - I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.

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- National Signing Day -

RCT will be updating THIS page HERE as recruits sign.  You can also follow Matt Tait over at LJW as he continually updates his page throughout the day, or your scouting service of choice.

- Kansas Sports-

Kansas football recruits to make it official | KUsports.com

"I feel like a lot of us are underrated," said Tulsa, Okla., cornerback Kyle Mayberry, another three-star prospect in the 2016 class. "Coach Beaty is recruiting academically sound guys with great personalities and, obviously, great football ability and putting those types of players together and having chemistry isn’t going to be hard when you can bond over those things."

Self talks up KU-KSU rivalry | KUsports.com

"I think the K-State game has increased significance obviously since Missouri is not in our league. It’s an important game to a lot of folks. We know it’s a big game to people in the state. We talked about that today," Self said Monday.

Self must play freshman big men down the stretch - Heartland College Sports

For opposing coaches, the formula for beating the Jayhawks is not a complicated one. If you double team Perry Ellis in the paint and force Landen Lucus to score, you will eliminate the big men.

Marlins Man calls Allen Fieldhouse 'best basketball experience' | All Eyes on KU | KUsports.com

Well, the super fan, whose real name is Laurence Leavy, made his way to Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday for some college basketball. Marlins Man might not have constantly appeared on TV for Kansas vs. Kentucky, but he sat courtside and apparently left blown away by the KU experience.

Women's Bball - Iowa State Surges Past Jayhawks, 63-53

Kansas women's basketball headed to the locker room at halftime with a double-digit lead over Iowa State, but a second-half offensive surge lifted the Cyclones to a 63-53 win over the Jayhawks on Tuesday evening, inside Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas Rowing to Host Open House, Feb. 20

The Kansas rowing program will host an open house Saturday, Feb. 20 at the University of Kansas Boathouse in Burcham Park and will begin at 1 p.m. The open house is for high school junior and senior women interested in rowing at KU. No prior rowing experience is necessary.

Swimming and Diving - Bishop Claims Back-to-Back CollegeSwimming.com Swimmer of the Week Awards

After posting an unblemished performance during the Jayhawks final meet inside Robinson Natatorium for the 2015-16 season, freshman Haley Bishop earned CollegeSwimming.com's Big 12 Swimmer of the Week for the second consecutive week.

Jesse Newell to join KC Star team as new reporter for Kansas Jayhawks sports | The Kansas City Star

Newell, 32, comes to The Star from the Topeka Capital-Journal, where he currently covers KU. His writing has won numerous awards since he joined the Capital-Journal in 2013, including beat writer of the year in the most recent Associated Press Sports Editors contest.

- College Sports -

The Big 12's Final Four problem | Yardbarker.com

There are two ways to look at it. One is that you can't really discern any broader pattern from a series of one-off games on neutral floors. The other way is to wonder whether there's something in the way the conference is set up that makes it underachieve in March. (Mr. Ed says: #HotTake alert!)

No. 14 West Virginia rebounds from UF blowout to upset No. 13 Iowa State - CBSSports.com

What went down in Ames, Iowa, on Tuesday night is a fitting encapsulation of college basketball in 2016.

Texas has turned the corner, just like Shaka Smart's teams usually do - CBSSports.com

Texas started 9-6 overall, 1-2 in the Big 12. But now the Longhorns have won six of their past seven games and built a resume that features five top-50 RPI wins. Shaka Smart says it's just a byproduct of his players "honoring the process." If it continues, the Longhorns will be in the NCAA Tournament.

No. 20 Kentucky's fouling issues linger in loss to Tennessee - CBSSports.com

The Kentucky Wildcats fell to Tennessee on Tuesday night, squandering a 21-point lead in the process. The loss points to a lingering issue, one that has popped up for the entire season: they need to stop fouling.

- Professional Sports -

Marcus Smart is still at it.

WATCH: Marcus Smart may have flopped on this one against Melo - CBSSports.com

Have to try to get the upper hand somehow, right?