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Despite earning high praise throughout his prep career and becoming another in a long line of McDonald’s All-Americans to join the Jayhawks, Bragg’s two years in Lawrence were mostly about unfilled potential and missed opportunities.
Graves said it was Bragg’s decision to leave KU and the player was not dismissed despite being suspended four games last season. Self in a news release also said it was Bragg’s decision to transfer. Bragg’s immediate plans were to return to Cleveland and complete his second-semester coursework online.
Jackson has been getting a lot of buzz as a potential No. 1 lately, especially if a team that doesn’t need a point guard lands with the top pick.
The Jayhawks (11-4, 3-1 Big 12) will face No. 41 Oklahoma (10-6, 0-4 Big 12) at 5 p.m., Friday, at the Headington Family Tennis Center. Before leaving Oklahoma, KU will make a stop in Stillwater to play No. 9 Oklahoma State (15-4, 3-1 Big 12) at 1 p.m., Sunday, at the Greenwood Tennis Center.
Fans can watch all three games live on Mountaineer TV (a webstream) or tune into a live audio broadcast on the Jayhawk Radio Network via KUAthletics.com/Radio or on the official "Kansas Jayhawks" app. Saturday and Sunday's games will also be available on the dial on KJHK 90.7 FM and KLWN, respectively.
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At each of his stops since leaving Kansas, Ballard played a huge role in delivering success. At Baker, he led the Wildcats to their first NAIA national tournament berth in 16 seasons, and, while working as one of Manning's key assistants at both Tulsa and Wake Forest helped guide the Golden Hurricane (2014) and Demon Decons (2017) to NCAA Tournament appearances in his final season at both schools.
The top-rated Class of 2017 recruit in the state, Tilmon announced he has asked Illinois to release him from the national letter of intent he signed in November.
"Realistically you can’t win no championship with three white guys because the foot speed is too slow," he told The Orange County Register.
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We were using his computer and his printer to print it out and there on his desk is a well-worn dog-eared copy of the book Negotiating for Dummies...Every time he was pretending to go to the bathroom, he was running back and looking at that book.
She was just so sure and didn’t stop to think about it.