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Notebook: Allen Fieldhouse open for Final Four watch party

That party that we had last night has given us a lot of street cred.

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

Allen Fieldhouse will be open for a watch party during the Final Four games.

A recent rule change allows the NCAA to help with travel expenses to the Final Four for players’ families.

If you’re interested, here is Bill Self’s press conference prior to leaving for San Antonio (transcription and video).

This is a little bit of an odd piece on how KU can get the San Antonio crowd behind them for the Final Four.

The Jayhawks will be headed to Maui again in the winter of 2019.

KU Baseball was smashed by Missouri State by a 12-2 score last night.

KU Football has the toughest schedule in the Big 12 next year, and the #20 strength of schedule per Phil Steele - probably because they can’t play themselves.

Free State’s Jalan Robinson made his KU commitment official by signing his letter of intent.

Dorance Armstrong and Montell Cozart returned to campus for KU’s pro day.

Lawrence High’s Chisom Ajekwu has committed to Brandon Scheider and KU women’s basketball.

In other news...

Western Kentucky coach Rick Stansbury says being in the NIT Final Four is better than losing in the NCAA’s First Round.

Duke assistant Jeff Capel is off to Pitt.

Xavier coach Chris Mack is off to Louisville.

K-State’s spring ball begins, and here are some things to keep an eye on.

Baseball is cool sometimes. Vladimir Guerrero Jr hit a walk-off home run in an exhibition game in the same stadium where his dad used to play (in Montreal) wearing his dad’s number.

The NFL has a new targeting rule.

The LA Rams are nearing $5 BILLION on the cost of their new stadium.