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Kansas Baseball on six-game win streak

I burn, burn like a wicker cabinet

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Baseball - Kansas defeats Texas Southern for sixth-straight win

For the first time this season, the Kansas baseball team completed a weekend series sweep when it defeated Texas Southern, 10-0, Sunday afternoon at Hoglund Ballpark for its sixth-straight win in eight days.

Landen Lucas Foundation gaining steam, already giving back |

Back in Lawrence briefly over the weekend before returning to Daytona Beach, Fla., to continue the grind of three workouts a day, rest, recovery and repeat while waiting for whatever pro basketball opportunities present themselves, Lucas spent most of the past few days sprinting full-speed-ahead with his foundation.

KU’s Frank Mason spending hours in gym in advance of this week’s NBA Combine

"I’m really excited about the process and I’m enjoying every day," Mason said. He will participate in agility drills and 5-on-5 games Thursday and Friday at Chicago’s Quest Multisport facility.

Elementary kids flood Anschutz for Kansas Kids Fitness Day

Kansas Kids Fitness Day is a statewide event held every year on the first Friday in May. The event focuses on increasing physical activity and safety awareness among students in Kansas.


MLB Sunday scores, highlights, updates, news: Yankees sweep Cubs in marathon game -

Also: The Red Sox scored 10 runs in the ninth inning, Harvey suspended, and the Giants had a brutal weekend

Ben Roethlisberger 'enjoyed hearing' Browns' Myles Garrett call him out -

The Steelers QB and his offensive live seem unconcerned with the remarks of the No. 1 pick.

Retired Packers player uses congratulatory tweet to burn Jay Cutler -

On the surface, the tweet seems nice enough but upon closer inspection...

Bees take over another Royals game

For the third straight year a KC game has run into this issue, and while the first two happened during spring training, this time around the bees waited until May to attack the Royals at their home park.

LOOK: Cardale Jones, who once said, 'We ain't come here to play SCHOOL,' graduates -

Mr. Ed says: I guess it's true, pretty much anyone can graduate from Ohio State.