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As the weather got hotter, the tempo and enthusiasm only increased. Beaty ended the practice pleased with the way the Jayhawks worked through the heat, combined with the strain of the morning's workout.
Once the offseason began, Wise wanted more out of himself in 2016, so he concentrated on KU strength and conditioning coach Je’Ney Jackson’s directive to become larger and more mobile — "Staying relentless and staying hungry," Wise said. "That’s what it’s been about."
Kansas isn’t yet reeling in blue-chip prospects, but Beaty is building from the bottom up while sprinkling in some top talent along the way. There’s no perfect formula to fixing an FBS team that went winless, but Beaty seems to be on the right track.
With the ongoing conflict in Israel, Ballard said the goal of the organization was to take Jewish Israeli athletes and pair them with Muslim Arab athletes on the same teams.
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Asked what he had learned, Briles said in his next job that he is ''going to make sure I have policies in place that are going to protect everybody, students first and foremost, and then administrators, coaches.'' He didn't elaborate on what those would be.
A handful of students came forward at a rape awareness conference earlier this month to describe their experiences with the school’s honor code policy. The Salt Lake Tribune then picked up and expanded upon the story, reporting that the practice of expelling rape victims for violations of the university’s honor code dates back decades.
This is the center of what we refer to when we say BYU’s an inexact "cultural fit" for this conference, or really any conference. BYU’s stance on sexual orientation has long been an issue in athletics. In the Big 12 discussion, the Sunday-only thing will ultimately be nothing compared to this.
Monday, a report surfaced that a coalition of national LGBT advocacy groups urged the Big 12 in a letter to not admit BYU into the Big 12 because of what was described as "active and [open]" discrimination against the LGBT community by the university.
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