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Kansas Football goes to Big 12 Media Days

I don't care; I've got a secret trick up my sleeve

NCAA Football: Texas at Kansas Gary Rohman-USA TODAY Sports

Well, I’m fully back in the saddle now. You guys missed me.



Kansas Football has released the 2017 media guide. How many errors will I find in it this year? (Last year I only found one, not even a grammar error, but a statistical one!)

The 2017 season is almost upon us, and the players say they’re ready for fall camp to start.

Just in case you forgot, Kansas football was picked last - by a lot - in the Big 12 media poll.

Another sign that the season is almost upon us: Big 12 media days! Kansas goes second at 10:40 AM local time. I think you can catch David Beaty live on the KUAthletics YouTube channel, but don’t quote me on that.

Dennis Dodd gives us five things to keep in mind during media days.

Through the Phog editorializes about students losing over 500 seats in Allen Fieldhouse to donors since 2014.

The LJW brings us some video from a recent Kansas basketball practice as they prepare for a trip to Italy in two weeks.

Some guy from a website I’m not familiar with takes a shot at rating KU Basketball tournament losses with various categories. From the article:

Today I am ranking the losses by using four different categories: shock value, what could have been if Kansas had won the game (I will refer to this section as “potential” in the rankings), immediate pain, and long-term agony. Of course, the words “pain” and “agony” are major exaggerations, as Kansas fans should be grateful to root for a team that has made it to the seven Elite Eights in the last 14 years.

Are you grateful for seven Elite Eights under Bill Self?

Did you know Leo was a KU fan?

KU Volleyball All-American and reigning Big 12 Player of the Year Kelsie Payne helped the US Collegiate National Team win... something!

In other news:

Every player who has rushed for 1800+ yards in a season has now been arrested at some point by Austin police, D’Onta Foreman being the latest.

How was this scored a hit again? I seriously need to send my resumé into the Royals, as I can only assume they fired the official scorer for being terrible at their job.

I mean seriously. Everything you read completely exaggerates what happened. Choo was under the ball. It hit the heel of his glove. It’s a play a major league outfielder should make.

Peyton Manning is enjoying retirement - for the most part.