- Kansas Sports -
Knowing that it’s going to take more than the abstract promise of continued improvement to get KU fans fired up for another football season, let’s look at six reasons to get excited about the arrival of game day, exactly 100 days from today.
KU likely won’t have scholarship room for Lee if it lands two prospects it has been targeting in recruiting. The Jayhawks are in the final three (KU, Houston, Texas) for Jarrett Allen, 6-9 senior from St. Stephens Episcopal in Austin, Texas, and the final four (KU, Miami, Washington, USC) for Duke transfer Derryck Thornton, a 6-2 freshman point guard who played high school ball at Findlay Prep in Henderson, Nev.
- KU in the News -
The teacher says she "absolutely" believes the decision to fire her was based on recent race-related incidents; school says not so.
Business school faculty and staff will move to Capitol Federal from Summerfield Hall, which has served as the home of the School of Business for 56 years.
- Everything Else -
The Cavaliers are back in control after rocking the Raptors, 116-78, in Game 5.
San Jose took control of Game 6 early and never relented in the Western Conference Final finale.
The championship round will air Thursday on ESPN.
In a book excerpt, the former Kansas State President talks about how seemingly one man wanted to ruin Nebraska in both academics and athletics.