- KANSAS SPORTS -
Kansas law requires state universities to allow concealed handguns on their campuses beginning July 1. The law allows exceptions for facilities where adequate security measures such as metal detectors and guards are set up — either permanently or temporarily — to ensure no one takes a gun inside. Kansas Board of Regents policy further states that if this is done at athletic events, a notice must be printed on tickets that guns won’t be allowed in.
“It wasn’t a debate at all. It was, ‘We ought to do this.’ We just agreed,” Marchiony said. “Major sporting events are doing this more and more.”
While the praise for one of the best seasons by a Kansas player in recent memory has started slowing down, the celebration of Mason’s career and the impact he had on his teammates will be everlasting.
After a long weather delay and extra innings, junior infielder Jessie Roane delivered the game-winning hit in the eighth to give Kansas the 5-3 victory over Nebraska on Wednesday night at Bowlin Stadium.
For the first time since 2006, the Kansas baseball team failed to score a run against Wichita State, as the Jayhawks dropped the midweek tilt to the Shockers, 8-0, Wednesday night at Eck Stadium.
- COLLEGE SPORTS -
Allen will enter his senior season as the most famous college basketball player in years.
Alabama is widely believed to have the largest staff in college football.
The Cowboys refuse to recognize their loss to Central Michigan.
- IN THE NEWS -
Lincoln Mayor Chris Beutler wants Kansas ranchers to pay more attention to the health of Lincoln residents, downwind from their annual grass burns. (Mr. Ed says: Nebraska just complains about everything, don't they?)