- Kansas Sports -
The Jayhawks haven't released an official depth chart so we'll project the two-deep for David Beaty's program with the understanding that no starting spot is safe on a squad that was winless a year ago.
DraftExpress lists Ellis 59th, the next-to-last pick in the entire draft. NBADraft.net’s predictions have Ellis going 56th. The good news for the soft-spoken, hard-working forward from KU is the draft isn’t until the end of June. Ellis will have plenty of opportunities in the weeks ahead to work out for various franchises, in front of coaches and decision-makers, and show them exactly what type of player and person he can be for their organization.
Former Kansas University guard Nick Bradford has been hired as head boys basketball coach at Mexico (Mo.) High School.
Kansas softball begins its six-game road swing at Baylor April 22-24. The Lady Bears entered the 2016 season selected to finish the Big 12 Conference slate in second place behind Oklahoma by the league coaches, but currently sit in third place in the Big 12 standings.
The game was played as a resumption of a March 23 contest that was suspended in the bottom of the first inning. Kansas wasted no time and hung up a four-spot in the first frame and never looked back.
- College News -
The satellite camp picture is not getting any clearer as there are multiple cases of conference representatives that appear to have voted against the wishes of their league members.
Two Kansas State University students filed federal lawsuits against the school on Wednesday, saying it failed to investigate their allegations that they were raped at off-campus fraternities.
- Professional Sports -
In a largely unprecedented and absolutely stunning move, the Panthers rescinded the franchise tag on Josh Norman on Wednesday afternoon, allowing the cornerback to immediately become a free agent.
It's official: The Eagles have agreed to a trade with the Browns to move up to the No. 2 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft.
Harris was asked to name the top three corners in the NFL. His answer?
"Revis, Talib, me," Harris said, referring to Darrelle Revis and Aqib Talib.
So why isn't Norman on his list? "You got to be good more than one year," Harris said.
The lawsuit claims that the railing in front of Section 401 was only 30 inches high. The family of Gregory Kent Murrey argues, through their attorneys, that the railing should be at least 42 inches — what the suit calls the industry standard. (Mr. Ed says: Criminy.)
When the Royals won the World Series last fall, Moore made it a goal to present all World Series rings in person, if possible. For players still with the organization, the task was easy. For those playing elsewhere this year, the job has required more creativity.
- Video of the Day -
I'll be surprised if anyone reading this has ever seen that happen before. A nice, fun little oddity, this play.