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"You know Carter’s going to talk. Carter talks. He’s always laughing," Sims said, before predicting Bender would get there, too. "… Those two are always together, laughing, talking. Peyton’s just a little more quiet. Carter’s kind of quiet, too. But Carter’s been here for three years. Peyton just got here."
Kansas sophomore center Mesa Ribordy found his name listed among the top centers in Division I football as the Rimington Trophy Committee released its 2017 Spring Watch List Monday.
For the first time in program history, the Kansas men's track & field squad ranks among the top-10 teams in the nation as the weekly NCAA DI rankings were announced Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA). The Jayhawks have been ranked no lower than 17th during the 2017 outdoor season and, prior to Monday, peaked at No. 11 on two occasions.
ESPN’s Jeff Goodman recently polled a group of NBA scouts who said Mykhailiuk, generally considered a possible second-round pick, would be best advised to return to school for his senior year.
Only in retrospect will Kansas's longstanding reign get the recognition it deserves, but this off-season seems an apt time to highlight one part of the Jayhawks' recipe for success: Self's adaptability.
It was the highlight of the season for Kansas football, it's become a commodity on Twitter and Marching Jayhawk Deva Freeman still wants you to remember it.
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We need someone we can trust to watch over all of college football. That might as well be me. This is my vision for college football.
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With a 129-115 win over the San Antonio Spurs on Monday, the Golden State Warriors punched their ticket to the NBA Finals for the third consecutive season. They did so undefeated, joining only two teams in NBA history to go unscathed in the Western Conference playoffs.
There are some very impactful, very real, financial losses associated with this postponement for both clubs, to say nothing of the marketing and branding hit both will absorb having to remain in makeshift temporary homes for at least three more seasons. There are also very real concerns about running well over that original $2.6 billion projection given the inauspicious start to the project, and the consequences are far more telling than some might want you to believe.
But playing it safe cost the NBA dearly Sunday night, after a tweet of comedian Amy Schumer courtside at Game 3 of the Eastern Conference finals between the Cavaliers and Celtics went viral for all the wrong reasons.