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Notebook: How the Jayhawks can compensate without Udoka Azubuike

I regret nothing. The end.

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

What KU guards can do to help compensate for the loss of Udoka Azubuike.

Instead of the typical walk-through on Wednesday at Sprint Center, Kansas went through a pretty intense practice, with coaches focusing on Silvio de Sousa to be more aggressive.

Tom Crean breaks down Devonte Graham’s incredible growth as a player from the beginning of 2016-17 to today.

The son of Lester Earl is a top-20 recruit for the class of 2019, and KU and MU are both recruiting him pretty hard. Kid seems to have a pretty level head; good luck to him wherever he ends up.

Tom Keegan answers five questions about KU football, and in question number five, he makes Beaty sound like a competent coach. This is a pretty hard turn from previous Keegan columns.

In other news...

A day after Kevin Love and DeMar DeRozan opened up about depression and anxiety, Kelly Oubre did the same.

Speaking of the NBA, the league can be at least partially blamed for the mess that is college basketball today.

A couple of small college coaches were on a recruiting trip at Parkland the day of the shooting.

Dennis Dodd writes that Oklahoma doesn’t deserve an NCAA Tournament berth.

Arizona State probably doesn’t, either.

The Kansas City Royals are teaching their players to take a stand against porn. (Yes, you read that right.)