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Beaty offered Dineen a scholarship on April 11, and Dineen didn’t need much time to make up his mind. It was his only offer, but Dineen said he received interest from Kansas State, Iowa State and Northern Illinois.
Takulve Williams, a 5-foot-11, 180-pound wide receiver, announced on Twitter that he had orally committed to KU. He chose the Jayhawks over offers from Ball State, Louisiana-Lafayette, Louisiana-Monroe, Memphis, Troy and Tulane.
Reggie Roberson, a three-star prospect, announced his commitment to Kansas Tuesday afternoon via Twitter. Roberson, who stands 6-foot-1, 175 pounds, chose KU over offers from Colorado State, East Carolina, Illinois, Indiana, Miami (Ohio) and Tulane, among others.
The ultimate goal: Get away from that doormat moniker. That’s probably not happening this year, but perception could hopefully turn around for the best. Little victories, if Kansas notches enough of them, could eventually move this program forward.
Kansas completed a seven-year collapse with a hapless 0-12 campaign in 2015. The Jayhawks will almost certainly improve in David Beaty's second season, but there still isn't enough Big 12-level talent to take dramatic steps forward.
Three-time NCAA champion Kansas will join Georgia, 2016 NIT Champion George Washington and UAB for the championship rounds of the 2016 CBE Hall of Fame Classic Nov. 21 and 22 at Sprint Center.
Kansas senior shortstop Chaley Brickey became just the second Jayhawk to earn four-consecutive conference honors after the league office announced the 2016 All-Big 12 Conference selections Tuesday afternoon.
The Jayhawks (20-32-1) led three different times throughout the course of the game, but each time, the Shockers (20-33) answered to tie or take the lead.
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Bautista getting only one game while Odor received eight is going to raise some eyebrows, but it's all about the punch. Bautista is effectively being suspended for the hard slide. Odor is being suspended for the shove and landing the punch. Eight games is pretty standard for such infractions.
Braves brass was planning to fire Gonzalez Tuesday morning and changed his flight Monday night.
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During the first period, it was time for Wyatt's big debut. The 12-year-old donned the headset, with his father at his side and Chase on the color commentary. He called several minutes of the action, while showing little to no nerves, and doing his best to describe the plays.