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Notebook: Vick busts out of slump at ISU

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Swallow my doubt, turn it inside out,

NCAA Basketball: Kansas at Iowa State Reese Strickland-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas took Iowa State to the vet last night and had them put down; here’s how Devonte Graham helped despite just a 3-16 shooting night.

Lagerald Vick returned to the starting lineup and seemingly busted out of a nasty slump. Hopefully this Vick shows up the rest of the year.

Vick and Malik Newman had arguably their best games of the conference season to date.

Iowa State was disappointed in their lack of offense - and defense - against Kansas in Ames.

Sports Illustrated takes a look at Kansas to try and determine if The Streak is truly in serious jeopardy. The short answer - they’re in trouble, but they’re not out of time. Yet.

Ed Warriner’s experience with Mark Mangino and Kansas, plus his other stops, have prepared him for a job as an “offensive analyst” with Michigan Football.

In other news...

The Michigan State interim president called ESPN’s reporting on the Larry Nassar scandal a “sensationalized package of reporting.” Tom Izzo agrees.

Is Michael Porter really going to try to play this year for Missouri?

I still hate Jim Leyritz.

Team USA Hockey blew a two-goal third period lead against Slovenia in group play. The Americans now have to beat Slovakia on Thursday to keep medal hopes alive.

How is Neal Brown still at Troy? #ComeToKansas

After the NCAA upheld its decision to vacate Notre Dame’s football wins in 2012 and 2013, the school released a scathing rebuke of the organization.