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Frank Mason to throw first pitch at Royals game on Sunday

Maybe I'm just too demanding

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1st and 10: Doubleshot

Kansas football sprinted onto the Memorial Stadium field for practice No. 13 of its 2016 Fall Camp schedule Tuesday morning.

Jordan makes coaches job easier - Jayhawkslant

Jordan was the head coach at Garland for 28 years where he is the winningest coach in the school's history. He served as the co-director of the Dallas/Fort Worth Coaches Clinic, the largest high school coaches clinic in the country.  During that time span he also spent 28 years in the Dallas Cowboys organization as a scout.

Women's Bball - Kansas concludes foreign tour with victory over Nice Select

Kansas women's basketball wrapped up its 2016 foreign tour with a 113-27 victory over Nice Select on Tuesday afternoon in Nice, France. The Jayhawks head home from the 10-day trip on Thursday with a perfect 4-0 record while overseas.

Frank Mason set to fire first pitch at KU Day at The K | Tale of the Tait |

Sunday is KU Day at The K and several Jayhawks from all across the athletic department, including players, coaches and administrators, will be in attendance when the defending World Series champion Royals take on the Minnesota Twins.

It's never too early for some preseason college hoops predictions | Tale of the Tait |

Technically dubbed Power Rankings, Rothstein’s picks did not cause any heart attacks — in other words, he properly picked Kansas to win the Big 12 again — but did create a little buzz at spots 2-10.

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Art Briles: ‘I’ve never done anything illegal, immoral, unethical’ | For The Win

Despite his firing after unprecedented on-field success at Baylor, Briles has yet to admit to specific wrongdoings involving the Baylor scandal. He doubled down on his stance Tuesday.

College Sports: Carlton: If Big 12 really wants to add academic powerhouse in expansion, how about Rice? | SportsDay

"With all due respect to Tulane, adding the school isn't going to do anything for the Big 12 where it matters most. Tulane has been to one bowl game since 2002. It doesn't deliver the New Orleans market, which skews heavily to LSU. It's a great academic school but Big 12 schools can partner and work with Tulane now on projects. It's one of those concepts that's better as a theory than in reality. Hey, if the Big 12 wants an academic powerhouse, how about Rice -- which actually has gotten competitive in football?"