- KANSAS SPORTS -
Both of Kansas track & field's men's and women's teams will find themselves ranked among the nation's top-25 entering next week's NCAA Outdoor Championships after the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released its pre-championship computer rankings Tuesday.
"The Kansas commit spent the spring making highlight reel catches at camps and 7-on-7 tournaments across the country, proving that he belongs in the five-star class," Rivals’ Woody Wommack explained. "Jason has everything from measurables to on-field and camp production on his résumé, and his size and catch radius makes him one of the nation's best. Kansas has never signed a five-star prospect in the Rivals.com era, but now has a chance to do so."
The calendar may still read 2017, but, with all of its scholarships now officially spoken for, the Kansas basketball team can and has moved forward, full speed ahead in its recruitment of the Class of 2018.
KU football has won just nine games total in five seasons under head coaches hired by Zenger.
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In situations like this, the catcher usually gets between the hitter and the pitcher, or at the very least is one of the first to arrive to the brawl on the mound. That didn't happen with Posey.
The Aggies' athletic director did not mince words on a recent television appearance.