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David Beaty: Jayhawks need to give fans reason to fill Memorial Stadium | KUsports.com
The Jayhawks haven’t played a home game in front of 50 thousand since 2009. After Kansas went winless in 2015, Beaty acknowledges the school’s supporters have plenty of weekend options and it’s up to his team to make attending a football game a more enticing one.
(Mr. Ed says: I think this is about the sixth year in a row we've seen this article from the LJW.)
Bragg moves to Center, OL taking shape - JayhawkSlant
One new position change is already in place. Yenser said they have moved Jacob Bragg from guard back to center. Bragg signed with the Jayhawks in 2015 and was recruited to play center.
Mason, Jayhawks take part in Honorary First Pitch at Kauffman Stadium
Mason and Graham were joined by teammates Tucker Vang, Clay Young, Tyler Self, Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk and Carlton Bragg Jr., on the field for the first pitch.
KU's Frank Mason III laments bouncing first pitch at KU Day at The K | KUsports.com
"Didn’t even make it to the plate," Mason later Tweeted, lamenting the big moment before adding, "Thanks for having me and the guys @Royals."
3-on-3 Basketball Tournament to conclude at Late Night in the Phog
"We are moving it (Late Night) to a Saturday and have it when all the students are here because we've had it on Fall Break so many years," Self said. "Hopefully, we'll get about 1,000 teams to play 3-on-3 and all the money will go to Coaches vs. Cancer. The winners will perform at Late Night, both men and women.
Volleyball - New banner, on-court depth displayed during Crimson & Blue Scrimmage
The commemoration of an unprecedented 2015 Final Four season was hung from the rafters before the 2016 version of Kansas Volleyball showed a wide range of depth and competitiveness during the Crimson & Blue Scrimmage on Saturday afternoon inside Horejsi Family Athletics Center.
Women's Soccer - Jayhawks strike early, hold on late to top Marquette, 1-0
Freshman Mandi Duggan's first career goal less than 20 minutes in proved to be the difference as Kansas claimed its first victory of 2016 after beating Marquette, 1-0, Sunday night at Rock Chalk Park.
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Preseason college football rankings: Alabama starts at No. 1 in AP Poll - SBNation.com
It’s worth reading preseason polls with a healthy bit of skepticism, because nobody’s seen anybody play any games yet. But the AP Poll is, at least, a good benchmark of where the conventional wisdom stands heading into a new season.
Notre Dame kicks Redfield off football team, suspends Butler
Notre Dame kicked starting safety Max Redfield off the team Sunday, suspended reserve cornerback Devin Butler indefinitely after they were arrested in separate incidents and said four others arrested with Redfield face internal discipline.
You can now take a 'Religion of SEC Football' class and earn college credit - CBSSports.com
It may read like satire, but Presbyterian College in South Carolina offering "Religion of SEC Football" as a real college class for real university credit is a real thing.
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Coco Crisp, Eric Hosmer, Yonder Alonso back Danny Valencia after Billy Butler altercation - Athletics Nation
Teammates past and present backed Valencia after his reported spat with Billy Butler.
The toughest portion of modern pentathlon may be show jumping with unfamiliar horses - SBNation.com
Modern pentathlon is a grueling event, but convincing horses to jump obstacles after 20 minutes to bond with them may be the most challenging part.