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Shortly after each practice ends, the in-flight perspective is available to Beaty and his assistants. Prior to this August, KU’s coaches could only review video captured by the traditional stationary cameras, which offered views from the sideline and end zone.
They had the No. 1 recruiting class in the CAA, and those guys are getting on the field quick.
Going 0-12 again requires losing to Rhode Island in the opener, which should be impossible.
Class of 2017 point guard Tremont Waters, the No. 39 ranked player in the class according to Rivals.com, plans to visit Kansas in September. Waters has offers from a dozen other programs, including UConn, Kentucky and Duke.
As he expected, Self confirmed to the Journal-World on Monday afternoon that every player on his roster returned from summer break in time for Monday’s meeting and the team was now ready to begin turning it up a notch.
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Now that I've written previews about each of FBS' 128 teams, and now that I've broken down each conference's balance of power, it's time for the ultimate task of the preseason: breaking down FBS' balance of power.
Kansas will be the heavy favorite in an event played in the Jayhawks backyard. UAB will attempt to top KU in game one, while either Georgia or NIT champion George Washington awaits Bill Self's team on night two.
- Professional Sports -
Four-plus decades after he was left off the Team USA squad, being asked to lead the Americans in 2020 is a significant personal triumph for the Spurs icon, even if he won't say so.
Each edition of a sports video game poses and answers a question of the series preceding it, making its developers' choice of the question just as important as the reply. The makers of Madden NFL 17 have again chosen well, and responded earnestly, for the third straight year in EA Sports' glamour franchise.