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Jordan told JayahwkSlant.com’s Jon Kirby that Hull’s addition to the KU staff made a huge impact in him picking Kansas over Nebraska, Louisiana-Monroe, Colorado State and UT-San Antonio and added that believed more players from his home state could be following him.
Freshman righty Jackson Goddard battled through five and 1/3 innings and the Jayhawks stranded nine baserunners as the Kansas baseball team dropped game three and the series to Baylor, 5-2, Sunday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark.
After starting the game hot and loading the bases, Kansas' offense couldn't find the momentum it needed to upset No. 13 Oklahoma in the final game of the weekend, as the Sooners shutout the Jayhawks, 4-0, on Sunday afternoon at Marita Hynes Field.
Eleven Jayhawks picked up top-three finishes as a large Kansas contingent took part in the Emporia State Relays Saturday inside Fran Welch Stadium.
"I think we get more out of it for sure," Kansas junior Sammie Schurig said of the more than hour and a half session. "I got more out of today than in a long time, I haven't felt that way in awhile. It was really cool. You definitely get a lot out of seeing their joy, their laughter. You can tell that they look up to us and they're just really special people and it was awesome."
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Maker is currently 19 years old and is living in Canada, but went to high school in the United States for four years. However, Maker believes he has a strong case to be NBA eligible.
One of these two teams was ranked No. 1 in the preseason AP poll. The other was ranked 11th. And both reached No. 1 during the regular season. And both won their league's regular-season championship. And the two schools are ranked first and second at KenPom right now.
It wasn't supposed to end like this. The storybook season for Buddy Hield was supposed to have two more chapters left, and include a national title. That came to a crashing and thudding halt on Saturday night though in a blowout loss to Villanova.
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Before their Opening Day game against Mets, the Royals celebrated their World Series victory last year over those same Mets.
With the ESPN Xbox 360 app no longer available, the Xbox One is the only console with an ESPN app, though you can still get it through Amazon Fire and Roku, among other devices.