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Kansas Basketball fans await Josh Jackson announcement on Twitter

'Cause I've got faith of the heart; I'm going where my heart will take me; I've got faith to believe, I can do anything

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- Kansas Sports -

Can KU corral another No. 1-and-done today? |

Jackson, who is originally from Detroit, told reporters at Saturday’s Nike Hoop Summit in Portland that he would travel to Michigan on Sunday, inform his family members of his choice sometime today, then post his decision on Twitter. As of Sunday night, there was no news conference planned and no details as to the time of Jackson’s Twitter announcement.

KU’s spring game welcome distraction |

Saturday’s game featured a moment of silence for Bourbon, and the broadcast of the game on Time Warner Cable also included a tribute to his life and time as a Jayhawk.

AUDIO - Joe Dineen: Brandon Bourbon meant a lot to program | KUsports Video |

One of the Jayhawks who helped Dineen get acclimated at running back was Brandon Bourbon. Dineen, now a junior linebacker, says news of Bourbon’s death shook the entire program.

AUDIO - Post-practice Q&A: David Beaty on spring scoring, progress (Press Conferences & Post-Game Interviews) |

Second-year Kansas football coach David Beaty explains the scoring system implemented during the Jayhawks' open practice at Memorial Stadium, and answers questions about KU's progress this spring.

AUDIO - LaQuvionte Gonzalez excited about making KU debut | KUsports Video |

“I kind of gave you all I got,” Gonzalez says, before clarifying. “Not really all I got, but I made some plays out there. So, yeah. That’s what you’ll be seeing all year.”

Softball - Jayhawks Power Past Georgia Tech, 12-1

For the third game in a row, Kansas softball scored double digit runs as the Jayhawks downed Georgia Tech, 12-1, in five innings Sunday afternoon at Arrocha Ballpark at Rock Chalk Park.

Baseball - No. 6 TCU Big Inning Sinks Jayhawks, 14-6

No. 6 TCU sprung for eight runs off six extra-base hits with no outs in the fifth inning, as the Kansas baseball team dropped the series finale to the Horned Frogs, 14-6, Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark.

Tennis - Kansas Picks Up Second-Straight Road Win with 4-2 Victory Over Iowa State

Kansas improved its already impressive all-time series with Iowa State to, 42-3, after winning, 4-2, over the Cyclones in Ames, Iowa, on Sunday at the Ames Racquet and Fitness Center.

Track & Field - Jayhawks Shine at Sun Angel Classic Saturday

Kansas saw impressive performances in events covering nearly every one of the track & field disciplines as the Jayhawks took part in the 37th Annual Sun Angel Classic Saturday.

Missouri-Kansas basketball border war is back, in middies and bloomers | The Kansas City Star

So, no, not MU-KU. But with those two institutions engaging in the polarity so prevalent in the country right now, it apparently has fallen to Granny Basketball League players such as the previously referenced Pat Conner, who attended KU in the early 1950s, to keep the border war going.

- College Sports -

NCAA bans satellite camps effective immediately

The NCAA has shut down satellite camps, effective immediately, with a ruling Friday by the Division I Council that requires FBS programs to conduct all clinics at school facilities or facilities regularly used for practice or competition.

Football players aren't happy at all about the NCAA's satellite camps ban -

South Florida coach Willie Taggart has made this argument before, and it makes a lot of sense. Lots of recruits live in areas that aren't made of money. Satellite camps gave these players the chance to see more programs, if not campuses, without having to spend money to travel long distances. Now, that's gone, and it could disadvantage many kids.

Frozen Four: North Dakota rolls to first national title since 2000 -

North Dakota is the 2016 NCAA men's hockey champion after beating Quinnipiac, 5-1.

VIDEO - March Sadness: All of the tears from the 2016 NCAA Tournament -

Sometimes, March Madness is happy. Sometimes, it isn't.

- Professional Sports -

Masters 2016: Danny Willett's Sunday 67 earns the win as Spieth stumbles -

Jordan Spieth fell apart on the 12th hole, but make no mistake, Danny Willett very much won the 2016 Masters with his tremendous play on Sunday.

It was over ... and then it wasn't: How Jordan Spieth lost the 2016 Masters -

Jordan Spieth lost the 2016 Masters in three holes as Danny Willett wins his first major championship. Here's how it all went down.

Warriors tie 72-win record, reach NBA summit with eyes to the sky -

Golden State becomes only the second team in NBA history to win 72 games, tying the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls. A look at their remarkable achievement and what comes next for the amazing Warriors.

Twins off to worst start in franchise history thanks to this meltdown -

The Twins are now 0-6 on their worst start in franchise history, and it happened in gut-punch fashion on Sunday.

Braves pitcher Dan Winkler breaks his arm while throwing a pitch -

We've seen it before, but it doesn't happen often. Braves pitcher Dan Winkler broke his arm while throwing a pitch on Sunday. (Mr. Ed says: Uh oh. Time to ban pitching, amirite? Let 'em all hit off tees!)

Kansas City women tackle their way on the gridiron to end discrimination - +

This all-female team is the only professional women's football team in the metro, and some of the players have even played football at the Olympic level. However, everyone on this team pays to play.

- In The News -

K-State student creates Brownback video game - +

Thread Brownback's Cuts is built on the code skeleton of Flappy Bird, a 2013 smartphone game that quickly became infamous for its extreme difficulty and addictive gameplay. Click here to play.