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KU Football loses verbal commit for 2017 class

I wrote a song about a tortilla. Well actually, it’s more of a wrap.

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- Kansas Sports -

2017 Texas offensive lineman prospect Grant Polley de-commits from Kansas | Tale of the Tait |

Polley, a 6-foot-5, 275-pound lineman who initially committed to Kansas last January following the commitment of fellow-Class-of-2017 lineman Jared Hocker, has started to receive more and more interest from several big-name programs, including Baylor, Oklahoma, Texas Tech and others.

Josh Jackson makes ‘Super Five’ team |

Incoming Kansas University freshman Josh Jackson was named to the 44th-annual Louisville Courier-Journal Super Five team, which honors the country’s top high school players.

Softball - Rain Washes Out Kansas’ Final Game Against Cowgirls

The Jayhawks (28-20, 5-8 Big 12) and Cowgirls (27-22, 6-9 Big 12) played through three and half innings before the rain washed out the series finale, cancelling the game rather than naming a victor.

KU softball disappointed by rainout |

The thing about those two losses to Oklahoma State is they well might have sealed KU’s postseason fate. With just three games remaining on the schedule — beginning Thursday at Rock Chalk Park against Iowa State — Kansas coach Megan Smith said the Jayhawks could have cost themselves a third straight trip to the NCAA Tournament.

Baseball - Jayhawks Drop Series Finale to No. 8 Texas Tech, 6-3

Junior closer Stephen Villines pitched a career-high six shutout innings as the Kansas baseball team fell short to No. 8 Texas Tech, 6-3, Sunday at Hoglund Ballpark.

Mother's Day a big holiday for Morris twins | 'Hawks in the NBA |

Now that both of her sons play on the east coast, Angel said she tries to attend as many of their home games in Detroit and D.C. as possible.

This former KU player is on an NBA playoff team's roster? | 'Hawks in the NBA |

Cliff Alexander’s on-court role with Portland in the playoffs is non-existent, but it’s still pretty remarkable that he’s even there.

- Professional Sports -

Cubs give Bryce Harper the Barry Bonds treatment, sweep Nationals -

Twice with the game on the line, the Cubs intentionally walked Harper when first base wasn't open, loading the bases.

Controversial replay call looms large in Mets win over Padres -

Was Andrew Cashner safe at home plate? The umpire ruled no and replay upheld the call. The Mets would beat the Padres by one.

WATCH: Bartolo Colon hits his first career home run -

With his 43rd birthday only 17 days away, Mets right-hander Bartolo Colon accomplished something Saturday that he has never done before in his long career: He hit a home run!

Kevin Durant's Game 4 heroics save Thunder season, and much more -

The Spurs had an answer for everything, except Kevin Durant. Series tied 2-2. Let's play (at least) six.

With another sweep, LeBron's Cavs looking more dangerous than ever -

On Sunday, Cleveland beat the Atlanta Hawks 100-99 and advanced to the conference finals. Now that it has swept two playoff series, it's worth reevaluating this team. Are the Cavs that we've seen in the past three weeks that much different from the ones that went through so much drama in the previous 82 games?

VIDEO - Soccer: Extra Time: How can the MLS step up their game? - Video -

Thomas Rongen and Roger Gonzalez join Nick Kostos to discuss how the MLS can become more prominent in the soccer world.

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University of Kansas students build solar powered house - +

"It is the ultimate senior project," Kayleen Lindstrom, a final year Master of Architecture student.