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Dorance Armstrong Throws First Pitch at Royals Game

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Kansas News

'There's no way': Four KU football walk-ons surprised at Royals game with scholarships |
The Kansas football walk-ons, like all of their teammates, figured they would get to see star defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. throw out the first pitch, watch the Royals play the Indians and have an enjoyable Friday night out, effectively breaking up their preseason practice routine.

LaQuvionte Gonzalez lands at NAIA program Southeastern |
The tweet included a few words from the one-year KU receiver and return specialist: “They tried to knock me down but (you) can’t stop a man on a mission (and you) sure can’t stop what the man upstairs got lined up for me,” accompanied by the hashtag “#YouWillRegret.”

Kansas DE Dorance Armstrong Jr. throws first pitch at Royals game |
Growing up in Houston, Armstrong spent much of his youth on the baseball diamond, which allowed him to feel right at home Friday night at Kauffman Stadium, where the Kansas defensive end threw out the ceremonial first pitch as part of the Royals’ “KU Night.”

Jayhawks reveal biggest players and plays after Friday scrimmage | Smithology |
When David Beaty leaves a preseason practice, it’s difficult for the upbeat Kansas football coach to limit the best plays he saw to one or two.

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Michael Beasley is ready to help the Knicks: 'I've always been a walking bucket' -
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