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The velvet black interstate was something to feel; Spent 5.99 on a stone cold meal; Another bottle of wine; I was feeling just fine; And when I crossed the state line I was just in time;

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Self Named NABC National Coach of the Year

Kansas men's basketball coach Bill Self was named the 2015-16 NCAA Division I Coach of the Year by the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC), the NABC announced Tuesday.

Brannen Greene to Enter NBA Draft and Leave KU

"I certainly understand Brannen making this decision. We wish him nothing but the very best. He has an NBA skill that I think will translate very well to the next level. We appreciate his efforts during his time at Kansas."

Why Kansas guard Brannen Greene is entering the NBA draft | The Dagger - Yahoo Sports

Whether Greene goes undrafted or not will depend on if he can prove to NBA teams that he can do more than just catch and shoot. That has been his role off the bench at Kansas all three seasons, and that was unlikely to change had he returned as a senior.

Jayhawks will have new look next year | KUsports.com

Next season, Lucas will be a senior. The veteran big man, senior-to-be Frank Mason III and junior-to-be Devonté Graham project as KU’s core of leaders. While Lucas doesn’t know which other rotation players will be back in the mix, he thinks the Jayhawks can build on their March run and the habits this season’s seniors help put in place.

KU target Jackson excels in McDonald’s game | KUsports.com

Kansas University recruiting target Josh Jackson scored 19 points and earned co-MVP honors with future Duke player Frank Jackson.

Jayhawks participate in student managers' version of Final Four | KUsports.com

While the Jayhawks and Spartans didn't make it to Houston after getting eliminated from the NCAA Tournament, student managers of those programs will be there playing in their own tournament along with Iowa State and Tennessee.

Miller moving from CB to safety | KUsports.com

For Soph. Tyrone Miller, who started seven games, played in all 12 and finished 2015 with 56 tackles, the move marks a return to the position he played during his first three seasons of high school.

VIDEO - Brandon Stewart: Spring football ‘smoother’ this year | KUsports Video | KUsports.com

“Last year, we were all pretty new,” Stewart says, “including Coach Perry. So this year, we all got a year underneath our belt. So we know what to do, and then the guys behind us can follow us. Everything is smoother in and out of drills, the transition from individual to seven-on-seven — everything’s just smoother than it was last year.”

Baseball - Kansas Offense Erupts In Win Over Benedictine, 19-7

In a last-minute scheduled makeup game, the Kansas baseball team exploded for a season-high 19 runs off 16 hits, defeating Benedictine College (Kan.) Wednesday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.

Softball - Kansas Opens Big 12 Action at No. 13 Oklahoma

The Jayhawks travel to No. 13 Oklahoma to start their league lineup April 1-3 at Hynes Field. First pitch of the three-game series is set for Friday, April 1 at 6:30 p.m.

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LOOK: Man has perfect Final Four but forgets to pick a national champion - CBSSports.com

Kiki said he's been watching the games without knowledge of what teams he picked, adding that he "does not want to think about" the bracket now knowing that he could have won prize money with the nation's best bracket.

Steelers' Mike Tomlin uses a fake timeout to ice kicker at FSU's pro day - CBSSports.com

At FSU's pro day, Tomlin took an interest in Aguayo, who's regarded as the best kicker in the draft and is a self-proclaimed second-round pick. So before Aguayo could kick a simulated game-winning 50-yard field goal, Tomlin reached into his metaphoric pocket to call a fake timeout so that he could ice Aguayo.

What teams are asking NFL Draft prospects just took a weird turn - CBSSports.com

The question: "If you wanted to kill a guy, would you kill him with a gun or a knife?"