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Notebook: KU Keeps Rolling; TE from fball team to Practice with bball team to see what winning is like

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And thats about the time she walked away from me

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Kansas News

'As good of a team as I've ever seen': Jayhawks knock out Toledo with dominant stretch in first half | KUsports.com
But Tuesday night, at Allen Fieldhouse, during Kansas' 96-58 trouncing of Toledo, the Jayhawks showed you, the Rockets and the rest of the world exactly what a 32-3 run looks like.

Notebook: Lawrence's Justin Roberts receives pregame ovation; KU football player could walk on | KUsports.com
Self on Tuesday night confirmed that the Kansas basketball program was exploring the idea of adding KU football player James Sosinski, a 6-foot-7, 260-pound tight end on David Beaty's team, to the roster as a walk-on. (Ed Note - I think this is bad news for Billy Preston)

Devonte' Graham and No. 2 Jayhawks too hot for Toledo | KUsports.com
In one of the more surprising developments of the first few weeks of the Kansas basketball season, senior guard Devonte’ Graham went the first five games without reaching 20 points in any of the No. 2 Jayhawks’ victorie

Multimillion-dollar KU-Adidas deal remains unsigned as investigation into Adidas executive continues | KUsports.com
Kansas Athletics still has not signed its multimillion-dollar apparel deal with Adidas, and a spokesman for the school said Tuesday he’s not sure when the deal will be finalized.

No rush: Kansas DT Daniel Wise plans to weigh draft outlook carefully | KUsports.com
The 6-foot-3, 290-pound lineman, just like his KU teammate Dorance Armstrong Jr., will spend much of his time in the upcoming weeks exploring whether he should enter the 2018 NFL Draft.

These two plays show why KU’s offense is hard to stop
The sequence was one of many that has defined this particular KU team: full of selflessness and short on ego. Devonté Graham tried to snap a pass to Newman, but it was deflected.

Other Sports

Judging the College Football Playoff Rankings: Auburn deserves No. 2 spot - CBSSports.com
In a lot of ways, you would think that this week's College Football Playoff Rankings are the most important of the season before the final rankings. After all, they're the penultimate rankings. They're our last glimpse at what the CFP Selection Committee is thinking, and they give us a chance to determine what needs to happen for each team with playoff hopes.

College Football Playoff Rankings: Clemson, Auburn move into the top two - CBSSports.com
The penultimate College Football Playoff Rankings were released Tuesday night, meaning the stage is officially set for conference championship week as the top teams in the nation will vie for the four spots that will be selected on Sunday.

Browns' Josh Gordon says he made $10K a month in college by selling marijuana - CBSSports.com
Gordon told SI he used to make $10,000 a month in college by selling marijuana. Baskin explains:

Kevin Durant breaks down LaMelo Ball's game: 'Love his game because he's skilled' - CBSSports.com
Kevin Durant is more than a decade removed from the AAU scene. But make no mistake about it, he still keeps a close eye on it and monitors some of the best up-and-coming talent.

WATCH: LeBron James gets ejected for the first time in his career - CBSSports.com
James was ejected during the Heat-Cavaliers game in Cleveland after getting upset with an official over a non-call in the third quarter. The Cavs superstar clearly felt that he was fouled while driving to the hoop and he let his frustrations fly as play transitioned toward the other end of the floor.

Other News

FCC Chair Says Twitter and YouTube's Political Biases Are the Real Threat to an Open Internet
FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, speaking Tuesday at a panel on the “future of internet freedom,” asked and answered this question in staunchly libertarian terms, calling out YouTube, Facebook and Twitter’s purported double standards against conservatives and identifying them as the “actual threat” to the open internet. Pai’s critics say net neutrality repeal will lay the groundwork for ISPs to fragment and meter out the internet, but, speaking on a panel hosted by libertarian think tank, R Street Institute, Pai said Silicon Valley—wicked, liberal, Silicon Valley—already does this by promoting some viewpoints while suppressing others.

Why Calling Elizabeth Warren ‘Pocahontas’ Is Racist, Explained
Because calling someone by a stereotypical name that is not their own because of their alleged ethnic or racial background is racist. If someone called me “Leroy,” I’m fighting. Well, I’m over 40 now, so I probably wouldn’t fight them, but I’d want to.*

We Need a National Revenge Porn Law, But This Bill Is Flawed
Up until this month, revenge porn wasn’t criminalized in New York City, and there are still 11 states without laws criminalizing the unwanted distribution of private images. But on Tuesday, four US Senators introduced a revenge porn bill, titled ENOUGH, the Ending Nonconsensual Online User Graphic Harassment Act. The bill was introduced by Senators Kamala Harris (D-CA), Richard Burr (R-NC), and Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), alongside Rep. Jackie Speier (D-CA).

Study: Vast Majority of Google Play Apps Are Covertly Tracking Users
A new study by France’s Exodus Privacy and the Yale University Privacy lab has concluded that over three out of four of apps available on Google’s Play Store contain third-party tracking plugins, the Guardian reported on Tuesday. Apps sucking up personal information included some of the most popular ones on the platform, “including Tinder, Spotify, Uber and OKCupid,” as well as innumerable others.