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Jayhawks fueled by hostile road environments |

“Man, every time I come over here, it’s wild,” said junior Devonte’ Graham, who hit the Wildcats for 10 points, 7 rebounds and 6 assists in 36 minutes in Monday’s win. “I love playing here. I think it’s right behind (Allen) Fieldhouse as far as energy when we come over here. They’ve got great fans and it’s loud and crazy, but we did a good job of getting the W.”

Devonté Graham says fatigue no factor in Monday’s victory at Kansas State

“We’re young. It’s not like we’re old guys or something like that. We get right back and ready for the next game.”

Kansas' momentum in Louisiana carried into Monday with a sixth commitment | The Times-Picayune

The chain-reaction of commitments shocked the recruiting world. But as an onlooker that was able to monitor the developments from the inside out, it did not catch me off guard. Each of these prospects displays an underdog mentality, which former Warren Easton head coach and current running backs coach Tony Hull was able to tap into. Hull and his staff did not shy away from Kansas' recent struggles, with only two wins in the last two seasons, instead, they embraced it.


Local coaches may not boycott LSU, Orgeron as demoted coach leaves for Texas Tech -

The boycott centers around Orgeron's handling in the demotion of running backs coach Jabbar Juluke, a New Orleans native and championship-winning coach at Southern University out of Baton Rouge.

2 coaches say no boycott against LSU, Orgeron | WGNO

“There is no boycott of LSU,” said St James high school coach Robert Valdez. “I did talk to coach Orgeron and expressed my concerns. We had a great conversation.”


LaMelo Ball highlights: UCLA commit drops 92 points in high school game -

LaMelo had 29 points at halftime, then exploded in the second half of a 146-123 victory.