Kansas Football checked in for fall camp on Monday and did some teambuilding out at Clinton Lake yesterday afternoon.
Benton Smith at the LJW has a list of questions that every KU football fan should be asking as fall camp begins.
Bobby Nightengale, also at the LJW, asked players to predict who will be an unexpected breakout star for KU Football this fall. Answers included Maciah Long, Isaiah Bean, Keith Loneker Jr., Kyron Johnson, and Osaze Ogbebor. (Bonus points for you if you know what positions those guys all play.)
Kansas football has added a weekly Yoga routine to its offseason workouts.
A three-star WR, Tevailance Hunt, has decommitted from KU’s 2018 recruiting class. He is expected to accept an offer from TCU within the next few days.
Three former Jayhawks have qualified for the IAAF World Track & Field Championships in London, including sprinter Michael Stigler and thrower Mason Finley.
Oh yeah, Kansas basketball has some games coming up! The players are even super excited!
All kidding aside, KU heads to Italy with a lot of roster turnover from last year.
Jesse Newell at the KC Star is looking to see some development out of Udoka Azubuike and Mitch Lightfoot on this this trip, but there are others that will benefit as well, such as freshmen Billy Preston and Marcus Garrett.
(I heard yesterday that Billy Preston had been cleared by the NCAA, but I don’t see anything about it this morning anywhere. Weird, right?)
Matt Tait has five things to keep an eye on as the Jayhawks play in Italy.
The top rated basketball recruit for 2019, RJ Barrett, has reclassified to 2018, and guess what, he has Kansas on his list.
The NCAA has made a player ineligible because of YouTube. Well, technically the school ruled him ineligible, but it’s still the NCAA’s fault.
The MLB trade deadline has come and gone, and a couple of big pieces were moved:
Also, the 2028 Olympics to Los Angeles.
The St. Louis Cardinals have come under a little bit of heat for denying a credential request to SBNation’s Outsports site.
The USWNT beat Brazil. That’s soccer. That’s good, right?