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KU radio broadcasts moving from 610 to 810 in KC

You’d better change it back or we will both be sorry

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A day after announcing that 610 AM KCSP in Kansas City would no longer host Jayhawk radio broadcasts, 810 WHB announced that it had picked up the KU contract. It’s a three year deal that will kick off next week, as the station will broadcast KU’s exhibition games in Italy.

Appearing on Soren Petro’s program yesterday in conjunction with announcing the new partnership with 810, Sheahon Zenger discussed the upcoming Memorial Stadium renovations (but really didn’t say much).

Yours truly took part in a Q&A regarding the “#2 Club” - teams that were ranked #2 at some point in the 2007 college football season.

KU’s backcourt talent has a few people asking: Will Kansas have the best backcourt in college basketball?

As previously reported on these fine pages, Landen Lucas will be playing pro ball in Japan. Interestingly enough, Lucas is eligible to play for Japan in the Olympic Games, something that he is working toward with Japanese officials.

So, the US won a soccer tournament? Yay? Are we good at soccer now?

Adrian Beltre of the Texas Rangers got tossed last night, and if you haven’t seen it yet, well, click the link.