Men’s golf finishes round one of fall finale in Lahaina, Hawaii - Kansas Jayhawks
Senior Jake Scarrow highlighted the day with his career low 5-under 66 on the par-71 Ka'anpali Golf Course. Scarrow, who is playing as an individual in the event, led the team with seven birdies and heads into round two tied for eighth place in the 116-player field. Harry Hillier got his first look at the Ka'anapali Course and finished his day at even-par.
Jayhawk Insider: Five takeaways from the Kansas preseason - Kansas Jayhawks
There were many reasons for Kansas basketball fans to be excited for the 2018-19 season even before the Jayhawks took the floor for their preseason dress rehearsals against Emporia State and Washburn. Preseason accolades coming daily for both the team and its players put Kansas atop the college basketball landscape as it begins its 121st season of action. From the looks of it, these early honors may very well be justified.
One thought on each KU basketball player heading into the season
Dedric Lawson has clearly separated himself as KU basketball's best player. The redshirt junior erupted for 31 points and 15 rebounds in the exhibition opener and didn't even play that particularly well. He then showcased his passing more in the Jayhawks' second exhibition game and controlled stretches of the contest without racking up large assists totals.
Gameday Breakdown: KU football vs. Iowa State | KUsports.com
If the Jayhawks want to put themselves in position to win a Big 12 game for the second week in a row — something the program hasn’t accomplished since 2008 — they will have to first prove they have a defensive solution for the conference’s leading rusher, Iowa State junior David Montgomery.
Prentice named assistant athletics director at KU | KUsports.com
Terry Prentice, who is currently director of development at the Razorback Foundation at the University of Arkansas, has been named assistant athletics director for major gifts/track administration/diversity initiatives at the University of Kansas, Long announced Friday afternoon.
Preview and prediction: Five factors to look for in KU vs. ISU
Each week before the Jayhawks kick off, Phog.net will go through the matchup and list five things to look for in the upcoming game. Some of the factors may be the same from week to week, but consider this a guide of sorts to your game-day experience.
How to watch: TV, radio, game info for KU football vs. ISU
The Jayhawks sit at 3-5 on the year and 1-4 against Big 12 competition after defeating the TCU Horned Frogs in Lawrence last week. The Jayhawks trailed at the half of that game, but Peyton Bender sparked the KU offense to 20 points in the second half and the Jayhawks hung on to defeat the Horned Frogs, 27-26.
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Apple Will Keep Throttling iPhones. Here's How to Stop It | WIRED
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Supreme Court Rejects White House Move To Block Teens' Climate Change Lawsuit | HuffPost
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