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Trae Young, a 6-1, 170-pound junior from Norman (Okla.) North High, who averaged 24.7 points per game in three victories (nine of 19 from three) for Mokan Elite last weekend at an Nike EYBL event in Brooklyn, will host an in-home visit with KU coach Bill Self on Tuesday, according to Jayhawkslant.com.
James Naismith’s original 13 rules of basketball, printed on two sheets of paper, have found a permanent home in the DeBruce Center at the University of Kansas, which opens later this month.
I still remember that KU spring game in 2007. They were installing a new offense with offensive coordinator Ed Warinner. They were changing the way plays were signaled in and going with a no-huddle, speed-it-up, spread approach. The two quarterbacks Kerry Meier and Todd Reesing were a combined 23-of-47. The offense left people in doubt leaving Memorial Stadium what it would look like next fall. The defense gave up close to six yards a rush in the spring game.
Kansas offensive line coach Zach Yenser works the offensive line at spring practice.
Sophomore infielder Jessie Roane ended the game in the fifth inning with a three-run home run, her second of the weekend and sixth of the season. Roane's walk-off home run gave Kansas its second run-rule victory of the weekend, as the Jayhawks recorded their first league sweep of 2016.
“The people who are behind me are also really great,” Brickey said of her no-pressure approach at the plate, which has helped her hit .398. “But I do think it’s important to do my job, too, and put the ball in play.”
In what has been one of the best seasons in recent memory, the Kansas men's golf team set a new standard of success on Sunday, winning its fourth tournament title of the 2015-16 campaign at the the Hawkeye Invitational.
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