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“We’re all different in what we do, but I do know this: the very bare bones of it are the same concepts. So they’ve gotten to play against it a lot,” the coach added of KU’s defense. “We’d like to hope that gives us a little bit of an advantage going into the game, knowing that they’ve seen these concepts before. But, you know, it’s not unlike that for them. They play against the same stuff, as well. So it should be a fun evening on Thursday night out there.”
Kansas football will host TCU for its Big 12 Conference home-opener on Saturday, Oct. 8. The game, which will air on ESPNU is slated for 11 a.m., the Big 12 Conference announced on Monday.
Whether it was in the lead-by-example style displayed by senior guard Frank Mason III or the let-em-hear-ya philosophy favored by several other Jayhawks, Self said he liked what he saw and heard during the first week of the two-week conditioning camp.
Though he’s seen a few clips on television replays — including guard Devonté Graham’s controversial fifth foul — the Kansas men’s basketball coach has not viewed his team’s final NCAA Tournament game: a 64-59 loss to Villanova in the Elite Eight.
Hickman, a 6-foot-3 outside hitter, chose to play for the Jayhawks over last year’s national champion Nebraska, Kansas State, Iowa and Creighton.
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At stake is whether the highest court in the United States of America will hear O'Bannon to settle the debate over amateurism, or pass on the issue temporarily and maybe forever.
He's never been the most conventional personality. One minute he's saying something incredibly profound, and the next he's eating grass on the sideline. There are random number generators that are more predictable than The Mad Hatter.
Bad beats are not uncommon in sports gambling. This one just happened to turn on the game’s final play, in a nationally televised prime-time contest on network TV, via a highly improbable defensive touchdown. For UCLA fans who also wagered on their own team, it was like being punched below the belt—twice.
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As the 10-time all-star indicated on The Players’ Tribune post, Pierce remains hopeful the Clippers — led by younger stars Chris Paul and Blake Griffin — can help the soon-to-be 39-year-old be a part of a championship level team in his final go-round through the NBA.
Gordon was overcome with emotions as he stepped on home plate.