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Kansas softball begins 2017 season in Florida
Kansas softball opens the 2017 campaign at the Lead-Off Classic, hosted by Stetson, Feb. 10-12 in DeLand, Florida. The Jayhawks start the season against Akron Friday morning and face off with Savannah State and Stetson in the five-game tournament.

Kansas' defense stifles Cowgirls, 67-49
With the help of a stifling defensive effort, Kansas women's basketball put together its most dominating Big 12 Conference victory under head coach Brandon Schneider, after surging past Oklahoma State, 67-49, on Wednesday evening inside Allen Fieldhouse.

Self, Kruger watch Oklahoma prep guard Trae Young score 44 points on Tuesday
Kansas coach Bill Self and Oklahoma’s Lon Kruger sat together in the Norman (Okla.) North gymnasium stands Tuesday night, watching prize point-guard prospect Trae Young put on yet another dazzling scoring display.

Promotion to associate head coach earns Tony Hull huge raise |
The Kansas athletic department made another serious commitment to improving its football program Tuesday when it more than doubled the salary of running backs coach and standout recruiter Tony Hull, who also received a new title.

Instant impact recruit: Kansas Jayhawks - Big 12 Blog- ESPN
Landing ESPN's No. 1 ranked junior college running back was no small feat for David Beaty and his coaching staff, and that signing day victory should pay dividends right away. Matthews and fellow incoming running back Dominic Williams have an opportunity to help Kansas' offense as soon as they show up in Lawrence.

California travel ban on Kansas affecting KU basketball; LGBT rights group seeks repeal of 'religious freedom' law /
There will be no Jayhawk basketball games with the University of California anytime soon, largely due to a law Kansas enacted last year that the state of California has said discriminates against the LGBT community.

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Art Briles got what he deserved, but how do others on Baylor staff escape blame? | Editorials | Dallas News
The details released last week don't just implicate the head coach, but raise questions about McCaw and assistant coaches who oversaw a team whose players were shielded despite accusations of gang rape, domestic violence, physical assault and indecent exposure.

George Washington hits would-be buzzer-beater, but loses on foul call after time added to clock -
George Washington lost in the most unimaginable way possible.

Baylor faces possible accreditation probation if early review called by board -
As more comes out about sexual assault allegations at Baylor, the school faces additional scrutiny.

Big 12 action against Baylor sounds nice but isn't enough
A punishment or sanction of some sort were needed, and the Big 12 seemingly took a step with that Wednesday. But really, the conference made merely the illusion of action.