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According to Beaty, the most notable difference from going through the opening practice of his first season at the helm of the KU program and now his second was seeing the amount of experienced players on the field, especially on defense.
Without naming a leading candidate at QB, Beaty admitted incumbents Montell Cozart, a red-shirt junior, and sophomore Ryan Willis — both starters during a winless 2015 season — should have an advantage.
“There is no consensus No. 1 pick among NBA scouts right now, but it does appear that Jackson is the slight favorite,” ESPN's Chad Ford wrote. “His combination of elite athleticism, competitiveness and feel for the game make him a match-up nightmare on both sides of the court. One scout referred to him as a higher-energy Andrew Wiggins, while another went with a more offensively polished Michael Kidd-Gilchrist. His inconsistent jump shot is his biggest weakness at this stage.”
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"It's not the conference's job to make that university better," Patterson said. "It's the university's job to make the conference better, whether it's in football, academics, whatever it is."
The football sellout streak "defines" the Cornhuskers, which is why the program is doing whatever it can to keep it going in 2016.
The Baylor offensive lineman arrested Monday on stalking charges was previously accused of sexual assault by a different woman. And the timing of the accusation once again raises questions about the way Baylor has previously handled those types of allegations.