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“We will not identify any suspect information until a charging decision has been made,” said Cheryl Wright Kunard, assistant to Douglas County District Attorney Charles Branson.
The Jayhawks will have a total of 17 entries in action at this week's meet, which will compete against the nation's best at historic Hayward Field on the campus of the University of Oregon, June 7-10.
“I haven’t talked to a lot of the guys as often as I should,” Case said. “But when I call ’em, they pick right up.... We have that connection and we’ll always have that. It still kind of seems like it was yesterday. It’s one of those memories that’s still really strong and it’s probably going to stay strong in your mind for eternity.”
As close as any two Jayhawks not named Morris during recent years and roommates during their days leading up to their respective decisions, it made sense for folks to speculate that the two Jayhawks would consult one another about their futures during the process and perhaps even agree to make the same decision one way or another. To hear Graham tell it, that wasn’t the case at all.
Williams and other freshmen arrived at their new home Sunday, ready to get to work — not that Williams had been taking it easy since rushing for 1,922 yards and 28 touchdowns in his senior season at Independence.
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Oklahoma won Game 1 of the national championship series at the Women’s College World Series on Monday night. The No. 10 Sooners beat No. 1 Florida, 7-5, in 17 innings. A win in Game 2 on Tuesday night (8 p.m. ET, ESPN) would deliver the title to OU.
"While this may be a surprise to many, it's the right thing for our program at this time," said OSU athletic director Gene Smith, who cited poor recruiting this offseason as his motivation for approaching Matta last Friday about making a change.
An investigation also found no evidence that coach Mark Dantonio violated the school’s sexual misconduct policy.
HBO has announced the production of an upcoming film focusing on the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal at Penn State, reportedly bringing an A-list star to play former coach Joe Paterno.
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Another big outing for Pekka Rinne sparked another loud night in Nashville, where four different Predators scored in a 4-1 victory that leveled the series at 2.
The only reason anyone cares about Austin Davis is because he's not Colin Kaepernick.
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Our man has definitely done this before.