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Josh Jackson is a Jayhawk

I'm so excited; And I just can't hide it; I'm about to lose control and I think I like it!

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- Kansas Sports -

Josh Jackson better set up to succeed than previous KU wings | Tale of the Tait |

It seems to me that whatever lofty expectations are tossed onto the shoulders of the 6-foot-7, 200-pound wing player who likely will fill Selden’s role in KU’s starting lineup next season, Jackson is in the best position of any KU wing in recent memory to live up to them.

Bill Self wise to continue pursuing one-and-done talents such as Josh Jackson | Smithology |

The argument usually goes something like: Bill Self can’t win with these one-and-done college basketball players, so KU should stop pursuing recruits the coaches know will only play one season in Lawrence before moving on to the NBA.

Kansas spring game: What we learned - Big 12 Blog- ESPN

“We're scoring it just like that every day, and there's a winner and a loser every day, and then there's a weekly winner and loser,” Beaty said. “So this score today goes into the composite for the week, and I think the defense has won the last three weeks in a row.”

- College Sports -

There won't be any new bowl games created for at least three years -

The constant rise in the number of bowl games -- and teams with 5-7 records playing in them -- has been halted for now due to a new NCAA decision.

Reaction to closing NCAA's satellite camp loophole smacks of hypocrisy -

With satellite camps shutting down, the conversation suddenly became about depriving poor kids of opportunities. But there are still so many ways to be discovered.

Trevor Knight saved Texas A&M's QB depth, now he'll start vs. UCLA -

Knight's arrival via transfer comes after Texas A&M saw its loaded quarterback ranks decimated by the outgoing transfers of both Kyle Allen and Kyler Murray.

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LOOK: Pete Rose was first man on the moon, is sorry for shooting JFK -

Pete Rose will put anything on a baseball for $75.