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Notebook: Not much Kansas Jayhawks news so Happy New Year!

NCAA Basketball: Kansas at Texas John Gutierrez-USA TODAY Sports

Silvio de Sousa’s teammates are excited to see what he can bring to the team once he is cleared by the NCAA.

The Kansas men’s basketball team will begin its home conference slate on Tuesday with Texas Tech.

Marcus Garrett got his first start at Texas and will start again against Texas Tech.

The Kansas women’s basketball team won an 86-77 game against TCU in its conference home opener.

Oklahoma’s Trae Young is a cheat code, and every time I see highlights I wonder what could have been.

Carlton Bragg is reportedly leaving Arizona State.

The NFL Playoffs are set: Who’s in, and who’s out.

The Kansas City Chiefs will host the Tennessee Titans to open Wild Card Weekend.

The Buffalo Bills haven’t been in a playoff game in 17 years.

The Cleveland Browns are the second-ever team to go 0-16 in the NFL. Corey Coleman dropped a pass that would have put the Browns in position to beat the Steelers.

Hue Jackson, and I quote: “I don’t think anyone else could’ve done this job for the past 2 years.” If by that he means win one game out of 32, well, then, David Beaty disagrees.

Browns fans are having a parade to celebrate the “perfect season” (and RCT will lead the charge for Jayhawk fans to do the same next year if the team goes 0-12).

The Raiders reportedly fired Jack del Rio in order to pursue Jon Gruden. Dude makes $6.5M per year with ESPN. I really don’t get it. Why would he leave that cush job for an NFL coaching position?

Central Florida players are talking trash prior to their Peach Bowl matchup with Auburn. Seems like a bad idea, but we’ll see.

Will you be watching the college football “playoff” tonight?