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Notebook: KU’s odds of Big 12 title increasing every week

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Bill Self says Svi’s recent hot streak is due to his confidence.

Self continues to work with Azubuike in practice on his free throws.

Breaking down the race for the top uncommitted player in the class of 2018, Romeo Langford, who is down to Kansas, Indiana, and Vanderbilt.

In the past month, KU has increased its odds of winning the Big 12 (per KenPom) from 47% to just over 78%.

Ok, so this Fansided article isn't actually terrible: How Svi’s block on Xavier Sneed epitomized the Sunflower Showdown.

KU women’s hoops was tied up with #8 Texas in the third quarter, but ended up losing by 14 to fall to .500 on the year and just 2-9 in Big 12 play.

Kansas football recruiting is gearing up for the second national signing day next week. The Jayhawks are hosting a three-star Juco DE (shocker) who is down to KU and Colorado, as well as three-star Texas prep linebacker Nick Bolton, who decommitted from Washington last fall and is picking up interest from Midwest programs, including Missouri and Purdue.

In other news:

A Missouri basketball player has been indefinitely suspended after at least three women have come forward with accusations of abuse.

South Carolina and Missouri women’s basketball teams are feuding over an alleged spitting incident in a recent matchup at South Carolina.

Keenan Evans’ push-off on a buzzer beater in overtime wasn’t called as Texas Tech beat Texas in Lubbock.

CBSSports writes that Tom Izzo’s decision to stay silent on the MSU scandal not only isn’t a good look, but doesn’t help anyone.

The Alex Smith trade looks like a win for everyone involved, except maybe... RG3?

I don’t really want to get into politics, but I feel this bears mentioning. A California high school teacher is accused of derogatory comments toward the military after a student recorded the teacher’s comments to him after the teacher noticed the student was wearing a Marine Corps sweatshirt. I’m not really sure where to go where this isn’t politicized one way or the other, but here’s the CNN link to the story.

I know you all are excited about the Hall & Oates + Train tour, coming to a venue near you in 2018.