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NCAA Basketball: Nebraska at Kansas Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Boot camp is over and the Kansas basketball team is looking forward to Late Night.

Billy Preston and Udoka Azubuike drew praise from Bill Self following the final session of Boot Camp on Wednesday.

KU football’s top two rated recruits, Devonta Jason and Corione Harris, were in town last weekend for unofficial visits. They both plan to be back later in the fall for official visits.

Heartland College Sports asks: Is David Beaty on the hot seat? Should he be?

#11 Kansas Volleyball came back from an 0-2 deficit to knock off #18 Iowa State last night behind Kelsie Payne’s 22 kills, which move her past Caroline Jarmoc and into second place in the school record book.

If you can tolerate some questionable grammar the LJW has a recap as well (i.e., “They just about burnt the place to the ground.” Really? Burnt?)

Lawrence Free State junior Rachel Hickman is a solid KU verbal despite offers from Creighton, Iowa, K-State, and Nebraska. Her sister is starting as a freshman at Creighton this year.

KU Volleyball’s freshman setter out of Olathe South, Anika Carlson, who is redshirting this season, hasn’t let Celiac Disease keep her from becoming a D1 athlete.

Mike Leach and Washington State are preparing for the biggest game in Pullman in a long, long time.