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“It may be a sign. I don’t know,” the personable Young said with a smile, jokingly referring to the fact he had so many assists in Lawrence, site of one of his finalists, the KU Jayhawks. “I have great teammates. I know when I pass it to them they are going to make a play. I like giving my teammates the ball. I’m a leader. It’s something I do. When you’ve got great players on your team you’ve got to make sure everybody does well. You’ve got to be a true point guard out there.”
Mr. Ed says: Nice try, LJW, but I beat you on this one.
Former CSU running back Deron Thompson is transferring to Kansas for his final two seasons of college football, he said Saturday.
(Mr. Ed says: So it seems this is now official.)
Villines gave the Jayhawks (20-35-1, 6-17 Big 12) one of the best performances of his career through the first five innings of relief retiring 14 of the 15 Cowboys he faced until the eighth inning. Oklahoma State used a little Senior Day magic to score three runs off Villines and end his bid at a perfect six frames.
“Brannen was trapped inside a car as a (ride-sharing service) passenger following an accident at Major Deegan Expressway, Bronx, N.Y., and 233rd St., after arriving from Los Angeles where he had NBA team workouts,” Jeffrey said. “The car was struck from behind with so much force it immediately went airborne, came down on a guardrail (with Brannen in back seat), went airborne again and caught fire. It exploded no more than five seconds after he escaped through an opening in a shattered window,” Jeff added.
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If LeBron gets hit, he's going down.
The Packers aren't just beating the Lions on the field anymore.
Aaron Rodgers would like you to know that Aaron Rodgers is not ruining football, despite what at least one NFL fan in Wisconsin seems to think.