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“Year one to year two, (it’s) night and day in terms of just how we practice, how we look, how we’re conducting our business in spring,” Beaty said. “They just have a little bit more maturity about them, which experience gives you, and really understanding kind of what we want, playing smarter. It’s been night and day in that regard.”
Which quarterback provides the Jayhawks the best capability to win now?
Senior safety Fish Smithson stands front-and-center after leading the nation in solo tackles a season ago.
It could be hard to see how a team that was the top overall seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament, lost its top two scorers and a perennial All-American and first team All-Big 12 member could be better the next year, but that’s what Kansas has in its sights.
Kansas University junior guard Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk scored 21 points off 7-of-14 shooting in Ukraine’s 105-103 loss to Czech Republic in the final consolation game of the FIBA Under 20 world championships on Sunday in Finland.
Kansas women's basketball is set to begin its second season under head coach Brandon Schneider with another home-heavy nonconference slate, as announced Wednesday.
Bob Davis, the recently retired voice of the Kansas Jayhawks basketball and football teams discusses life in retirement, the best moments of his more than 30 years as the voice of the Jayhawks and some of the great Kansas teams of all-time.
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Foltz was approaching his senior season at Nebraska, and Sadler was an accomplished Michigan State alumnus. LSU kicker Colby Delahoussaye was injured.
Iowa lineman Faith Ekakitie wrote a Facebook post after police mistook him for a suspect, saying "today was the first time I’ve truly feared for my life."
Georgia Southern football will vacate two games from 2013 and one from 2014 after the NCAA found a coach helped illegally helped players with school work, the school announced Friday.
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Regarding Johnny Cueto not getting a White House invite, a Royals official says club didn't invite any players now with other clubs.
IOC president Thomas Bach has been Putin’s lapdog for years. It was Bach who repeatedly praised Russia and its leader during even the most absurd moments of the Sochi Games. It was Bach who participated in photo ops with Putin, clinking champagne to soften his image around the globe (even as he was plotting the imminent invasion of Crimea).
Of course, this isn't live NBA action, and it is against 5-11 Drew Hanlen, a skills coach and consultant, but it's impressive nonetheless.