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Notebook: Commission on College Basketball releases report

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They made up their minds, and they started packing

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David Beaty is looking for a tight end to replace Ben Johnson, and has turned to Bill Self’s basketball team and James Sosinski. Reminder that Jace Sternberger just had 2 TDs and 147 yards in Texas A&M’s spring game.

Dorance Armstrong looks to become the highest Jayhawk taken in the NFL Draft since Darrell Stuckey went 4th Round, 110th overall, in 2010.

Beaty has a scholarship offer out to three-star offensive lineman Nick Broeker, who is from Illinois, but his mom is a KU graduate.

Udoka Azubuike holds the (unofficial) record for dunks in a college basketball season.

2018 KU basketball recruit David McCormack is having himself a nice spring in the All-Star circuit.

Bill Self has offered a scholarship to Bryce Thompson, #45 rated player per Rivals in the 2020 class. He is the son of Rod Thompson, who played for Bill Self at Tulsa.

Wichita State smashed Kansas baseball (again), sweeping the season series for the first time since 2012.

In other news...

The Commission on College Basketball, headed by Condoleezza Rice, released a 60-page report Wednesday morning recommending, among other things, to work with the NBA to get rid of the so called one-and-done rule and provide more harsh punishments for rule breakers.

The Process has resulted in a first round playoff win for the Philadelphia 76ers.

Nebraska has lost to Ohio State by an average score of 60-18 in their last three meetings, yet the Nebraska AD says Ohio State is “running a little bit scared” of the Cornhuskers.

Could Shrek be the new mascot for Toledo? Not so fast, my friends.

With spring finally showing up, be safe out there on the golf course, y’all.

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