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Kansas News

Armstrong's play, Dineen's service have Jayhawks up for college football honors | KUsports.com
The Maxwell Football Club announced Monday its comprehensive list of candidates for the 2017 Chuck Bednarik Award, presented to college football’s top defensive player, which included the name of KU junior defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr

Frank Mason III plans summer camps after summer league | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
The wild ride as an NBA rookie soon may be slowing down for former Kansas point guard Frank Mason III, but that does not mean the reigning national player of the year will be. (ed note - Isn't the wild ride as an NBA rookie just getting started?)

KU notebook: Well-traveled NBA veteran Cole Aldrich subject of summertime trade rumors
The 6-foot-11, 28-year-old Bloomington, Minn., native, who is about to begin the second year of a three-year, $22 million deal with the Wolves, reportedly has been mentioned in talks with Indiana and New Jersey, and maybe others.

Other Sports

Aaron Judge shows America his true star power while winning the Home Run Derby - CBSSports.com
New York Yankees rookie Aaron Judge stole the show and won the 2017 Home Run Derby with shocking ease Monday night at Marlins Park. Judge dispatched Marlins slugger Justin Bour in the first round (23-22), Dodgers rookie sensation Cody Bellinger in the second round (13-12), and Twins manchild Miguel Sano in the finals (11-10).

Tennessee must contend in the SEC in 2017, and it all starts with Butch Jones - CBSSports.com
The Vols were picked second to win the SEC East prior to the 2015 season, and came within one Will Grier-to-Antonio Callaway touchdown from knocking off rival Florida in The Swamp -- a game that would have given them their first SEC East title since 2007. As the massive favorite in 2016, though, the Vols stumbled to an 8-4 record that included stunning losses at South Carolina and Vanderbilt, the stunning mid-season departure of star running back Jalen Hurd and a mass exodus of wasted talent to the NFL.

Former Utah Jazz guard Trey Burke: 'No one wants to play' in Utah - CBSSports.com
Salt Lake City, home of the Utah Jazz, is not a major market like Los Angeles or the San Francisco Bay area, where the Lakers and Warriors play. It's not a typical free-agent destination. And as we've seen recently with Gordon Hayward, it's tough to hang on to big-name players once they develop.

Floyd Mayweather asks IRS to wait until Conor McGregor fight for 2015 tax liability - CBSSports.com
Mayweather remains unable to pay a 2015 tax liability and filed a tax court petition on July 5 asking the IRS to allow him a reprieve until the McGregor fight. The filing also asks the government to waive a penalty for failing to pay.

Joel Embiid caught two Home Run Derby balls and they look tiny in his massive hand - CBSSports.com
Joel Embiid is enjoying Miami during the NBA offseason, and he decided to head over to Marlins Park for Monday's MLB Home Run Derby. And while he was there, why not pick up something to remember the night by?

Other News

China Sealed Four Students in a Moon Lab to See If We'll Lose Our Shit in Space
On Sunday, four Chinese volunteers were sealed into a 1,720-square-foot lab where they are supposed to remain for the next six and a half months. The experiment is one of the latest steps in China’s plan to put astronauts on the moon by 2036.

Controversial Studies Suggest Coffee Drinkers Live Longer
Coffee drinkers, rejoice. Two new studies are linking our favorite hot beverage to a decreased chance of being killed by heart disease, cancer, a stroke, and more. So, does this mean we can start drinking coffee with reckless abandon? We spoke to the experts to find out, and not surprisingly, the answer is complicated.

Here's what happened to every single woman Jerry dated on 'Seinfeld'
Seinfeld aired on NBC from 1989 to 1998, during which time Jerry dated a lot of women — we counted 70 — whom he typically broke up with for ridiculous reasons or virtually imperceptible character flaws. To fill the show's seemingly endless demand for female guest stars, the show's casting directors managed to produce a seemingly endless supply of young, funny, and beautiful actresses still relatively new to Hollywood.