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David Beaty supports championship game for Big 12 football

How do they make holy water? By boiling the hell out of it.

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- Kansas Sports -

KU football coach David Beaty hopes Big 12 adds championship game - Tulsa World: Homepagelatest

The second-year coach, in Tulsa for an alumni function on Wednesday night, spoke about the rebuilding job at KU and how the state of Oklahoma is fertile ground for recruiting.

Is a new, red, Jayhawk-themed helmet in the works for KU football? | Tale of the Tait |

In it, Dineen is sporting his Free State letter jacket and holding a football helmet that features a wild design representing the Kansas mascot — big blue eye, shiny red sheen, gold facemask.

Break time: KU basketball irrelevant in NBA Draft lottery for first time since 2009 | Tale of the Tait |

Think back for a minute, if you will, to the summer of 2009, when Barack Obama was in his first year in the White House, the swine flu was causing a panic throughout the United States, the world said goodbye to Michael Jackson and the Kansas basketball program was irrelevant in the NBA Draft lottery.

Top preps in local hoops tourney |

Michael Porter Jr. and Trae Young, two of the top basketball prospects in the recruiting Class of 2017, will be playing for Mokan Elite EYBL at this weekend’s KC Classic at Sports Pavilion Lawrence.

Baseball - Kansas Closes Out Regular Season at No. 12 Oklahoma State

The Jayhawks (20-32-1, 6-14 Big 12) need a big weekend against the No. 12 Cowboys (32-18, 13-8 Big 12) and a little help from other league opponents in order to be playing next week in the Big 12 Baseball Championship.

Baseball - Tinsley Named Johnny Bench Award Semifinalist

The award is given annually to the top catcher in Division I collegiate baseball. The commission will announce its finalists on June 6 and then present the award on June 30 in Wichita, Kansas.

Jayhawk Baseball Players Elevated in Pros

These two notable moves for Jayhawks in the pros come on the heels of right-handed pitcher Colton Murray continuing his MLB career with the Philadelphia Phillies. Murray made his MLB debut on September 2, 2015, as a late-season call up and hasn't looked back.

KU Men's Golf Season Concludes at NCAA Regional

In its first appearance in the postseason in nine years, the Kansas men's golf team finished in sole possession of 10th-place at the NCAA Regional in Tuscaloosa, Alabama Wednesday.

- College Sports -

Colorado State's pitch to the Big 12 looks like this 12-page brochure -

Here's how the Rams are selling themselves to the big leagues.

Would a Big 12 championship game be a mistake? Analytics on CFB Playoff odds - Football Study Hall

Using college football analytics to determine whether the Big 12's national title odds would actually improve from adding two teams and a conference title game.

ESPN's Outside the Lines Discovers More New Violent Allegations against Baylor Football Players - Our Daily Bears

It's time for Baylor to come square. Say what you know, what you think, what you're going to do, and be judged for it.

Bill Snyder's never-ending tour continues. Does he have another Kansas State rebound in him? -

Bill Snyder suddenly has a lot to prove in his 25th year as Kansas State head coach. The Wildcats were banged up and young and regressed considerably last fall; do they have enough pure talent to make a jump back into the top 50?

Charles Matthews is just the fifth transfer for Kentucky under John Calipari -

Kentucky has given Matthews a full release with no restrictions. He's just the fifth player to transfer from UK in Calipari's seven seasons at the SEC school. The others are Darnell Dodson, Stacey Poole, Ryan Harrow and Kyle Wiltjer.

- Professional Sports -

Drew Gooden claims he snuck into White House to play basketball | 'Hawks in the NBA |

Now, it’s not unfathomable that a Wizards player such as Gooden might actually have played at the White House when Obama wasn’t there. Perhaps that’s the case, and this tale is Gooden’s way of clowning the paparazzo.

NFL fan says Aaron Rodgers is ruining the game of football -

Internet commenters are going to have to start stepping up their game, because the online comment section is no longer the place for the hottest of hot takes: Once again, that honor now belongs to the "Letters to the Editor" section of your local newspaper.