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Notebook: Kansas ranks as the worst brand in college football

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

David Beaty’s claims of having “the highest rating we’ve had in the history of our university here” regarding the 2018 recruiting class just aren’t true.

A survey of 224 recruits found Kansas to be the worst brand in college football out of all the Power-5 teams.

Bill C’s first run of the 2018 S&P+ is out, and KU ranks 103 out of 130 teams. The worst P5 school is Oregon State at 110, with Illinois at 99 and Colorado at 89. KU non-con opponents are Rutgers (84) and Central Michigan (116).

An Elite-11 quarterback coach breaks down KU’s Juco QB recruit Miles Kendrick. If you need some football Kool-Aid, here it is.

Podcast: Catching up with Kerry Meier on his current medical career, Mark Mangino, and losing the QB battle to Todd Reesing prior to the 2007 season.

Mitch Lightfoot will remain in the starting lineup vs Baylor on Saturday.

TCU was able to take Svi completely out of the game offensively, but don’t expect that to happen very often.

Breaking down three key plays from the TCU game.

Bill Self says despite the bleak picture he sometimes paints, the Jayhawks are getting better.

Here’s more on what Ochai Ogbaji will bring to KU.

Catching up with Scot Pollard.

Kansas softball finished dead last in the Big 12 in stolen bases last season, and aims to make sure that doesn’t happen again this year.

In other news...

Apparently the Winter Olympics are starting? I completely missed that. #DontCare

Georgia Tech coach Josh Pastner has been accused of sexual assault from an incident when he was the coach at Memphis.

At New Mexico, Bob Davie is in trouble as well, having been suspended for 30 days without pay amid harassment investigations.

Larry Eustachy is about to be fired at Colorado State, and his players boycotted practice after finding out about it on Twitter, saying they were tired of getting all of their information from the media instead of the athletic department.

Damn millennials don’t even know how to play tic-tac-toe.