- Kansas Sports -
A $2-2.5 million locker-room renovation that will be done in time for preseason camp and the upcoming football season is underway at the Anderson Family Football Complex, Kansas University athletic director Sheahon Zenger told the Journal-World on Monday.
"All the fans, the ones I have shared some words or smiles with; the ones who sent me great and supportive messages, including during the clearance process #FreeDiallo! :)"
At this point, Selden is projected to go in the middle of the second round. DraftExpress currently slots Selden at 47th, to Orlando, and NBADraft.net guesses Boston will take the Roxbury, Mass., native 45th.
The coach wished a bleated happy birthday to a young fan named Brooklyn, who, as the KU coach pointed out, had to celebrate from a hospital room.
The Jayhawks (20-31-1) have won seven-straight games against the Shockers (19-33), and look to tie the longest winning streak either team held over the other in the 77-game history.
With an undergraduate business degree in hand, KU volleyball's standout libero will begin progress towards her Juris Doctorate degree in the KU School of Law starting this fall as a starter for the top-10 Jayhawks during her final year of collegiate eligibility.
- College Sports -
Former Minnesota coach Jerry Kill is headed to Kansas State as an associate athletic director, sources told ESPN. Kill's position at K-State is not a coach in waiting, a source said. (Mr. Ed says: Or so the Germans would have us believe...)
Six months after stepping off the field for health reasons, former Gopher football coach Jerry Kill says he feels as good as he has in 12 years.
There's been plenty of speculation about the Big 12 expanding in recent weeks, but the truth is that expansion won't do anything to change the Big 12's future, it'll just dilute the product.
- Professional Sports -
In a blur of athleticism, scoring and domination he shook the Warriors to their core and turned a rout into an eventual 108-102 Oklahoma City Thunder stunner. And changed, for now, the course of the Western Conference finals.
There will be higher-end options as well at but the unique menu will allow fans to buy tickets to games, take a group of people and not come away with wallets hurting. It's a unique approach and a very fan-friendly move by the Falcons.
The Foxes were having a blast celebrating their title, and fans came out in full force. (Mr. Ed says: Thousands of fans... isn't that cute?)
As ESPN's Tania Ganguli reported, more than 30,000 people showed up to watch the softball game. Per ESPN, that attendance number is larger than at least 13 of the 20 games the Astros have played at Minute Maid Park this season.
- In The News -
Thanks To Tax Cuts, Bill Self, Highest Paid State Employee, Owes Little In Kansas Income Taxes | KCUR
Among the nearly 334,000 Kansas businesses that owe no state income taxes thanks to the Brownback administration’s 2012 tax cuts is one called BCLT II, LLC, which is owned by Bill Self.
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Army softball player Kasey McCravey shows off her hops and miraculously avoids the tag by leaping over Lehigh's catcher to score.