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Villanova Mauls Oklahoma

In the Ferrari or Jaguar switching four lanes, with the top down screamin' pout money ain't a thang

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Kansas Sports

KU punting game to see changes, DeForest forecasts |
"No. He’s not gonna do that," said DeForest on Wednesday during his first meeting with the local media since arriving at Kansas. "You can’t. It’s too much wear and tear on a leg, and you start losing yardage as the year goes on because you’re leg-weary. And it’s not fair to him because he’s not a punter."

Diallo projected to go 26 in draft |
ESPN’s Chad Ford has released his latest 2016 NBA Mock Draft, in which six of the top 10 picks are college freshmen. A seventh is 18-year-old Dragen Bender of Croatia.

KU mile relay teams 3rd, 6th at Texas |
Kansas University’s men’s 4X400-meter relay team placed third to cap the Jayhawks’ final day Saturday at the Texas Relays.

Kansas baseball falls to Baylor |
Sophomore left-hander Blake Weiman allowed only two runs over 6 1/3 innings, but it wasn’t enough as Kansas University fell to Baylor, 2-1, in Big 12 baseball Saturday.

KU’s Lokedi sets 10K record |
Kansas University’s Sharon Lokedi shattered the longest-standing record in Kansas University track and field history on Friday.

Reid pitches KU softball past Oklahoma |
Kansas University freshman right-hander Alexis Reid pitched six scoreless innings before allowing two runs in the seventh, and the Jayhawks defeated Oklahoma, 5-2, in Big 12 softball Saturday.

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Villanova destroys Oklahoma with biggest margin in Final Four history -
In fact, the Wildcats just put up one of the most impressive, forceful, unrelenting victories in the history of the Final Four. Statistically, it was the best ever. The Wildcats' 95-51 win over Oklahoma is the largest margin of victory ever in a Final Four. National title game, national semifinals, all of it. No team has ever beaten an opponent by as many points on the sport's ultimate stage as Villanova.

UNC coasts vs. Syracuse, will face Villanova for NCAA championship -
North Carolina defeated Syracuse 83-66 on Saturday in the Final Four and will get a chance to win the third championship under coach Roy Williams era on Monday night vs. Villanova.

NBA Recap - Toronto Raptors at San Antonio Spurs - Apr 02, 2016 -
Kawhi Leonard had a career-high 33 points, LaMarcus Aldridge had 31 points and 15 rebounds and the San Antonio Spurs held off the Toronto Raptors 102-95 Saturday night for their franchise-record 64th victory.

Scottie Pippen says the 1995-96 Bulls would sweep the Warriors -
You probably either love or hate this. It's entirely hypothetical, so people like Pippen can say whatever they want with no consequence. He has every right to think that the Bulls would win, even if it's extremely bold to say that it would be a sweep.

Final Four 2016: The Internet crushed Oklahoma as bad as Villanova did -
Villanova absolutely blitzed Oklahoma, winning 95-51 in a Final Four game that was over well before the final horn. It was sad to see CBS Sports Player of the Year Buddy Hield finish his career on an off night and the Sooners struggles against a vicious Wildcats defense that created easy buckets throughout the night off OU turnovers.

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Cleveland Indians officially delegate Chief Wahoo logo to secondary status
The Indians have been phasing back their use of the Chief Wahoo for years. The franchise removed it from the road cap in 2011 and from its home batting helmet in 2013. The logo, however, still has a home on the sleeve of the Indians' jerseys.

Group planning to protest Chief Wahoo logo, team name at Indians Opening Day |
Cleveland Indians fans may be protesting the forecast for Opening Day, but whatever the weather brings Monday, one local group will be protesting outside of Progressive Field. They continue to push the team to drop Chief Wahoo and change the team’s name, which they consider to be racist.

Illinois students try to keep Chief alive despite decades of criticism - Chicago Tribune
"People call me a racist a lot (online), and they usually add in profanities to it. When someone calls me a racist or calls me ignorant, I can come back and say I know so much about this culture. I respect it deeply. This isn't just about me representing a Native American. It's more about me representing the symbol it's become to the University of Illinois."