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Notebook: Texas Tech Mauls KU Softball

I have an enormous amount of trouble trying to get people to come to my place. And I hate it. I can’t tell you how much leftover guacamole I have ended up eating over the years. I don’t even know why I make it in such great quantities.

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Kansas News

With no spring game, Jayhawks hope to find other ways to 'put on a show' at open practice |
“Umm, really, I practice on not tackling people hard at practice now,” a smiling Lee responded, after laughing at the hypothesis made in jest, “because we need everybody this season. I just do slight tackles, really.”

KU softball falls to Texas Tech, 4-2, in extras |
The Kansas softball team suffered a 4-2 loss to Texas Tech in eight innings on Friday at Arrocha Ballpark.

KU baseball drops series opener against Cincinnati, 4-3 |
The Kansas baseball team had the potential tying run thrown out at the plate in the ninth inning of a 4-3 loss to Cincinnati on Friday at Marge Schott Stadium.

Reports: AAU director linked to NCAA bribery case, KU families pleads guilty |
An AAU basketball director from Massachusetts accused of working with Adidas officials to bribe family members of prospects and direct them to specific college basketball programs, including Kansas, has pleaded guilty and agreed to cooperate with investigators.

Chris Thompson tied for second halfway through Tour event |
A two-time All-American golfer at Kansas, Lawrence resident Chris Thompson entered Friday’s second round of the United Leasing and Finance Championship in Newburgh, Indiana, in 23rd place, eight strokes behind leader Maverick McNealy.

Other Sports

LeBron James is not thinking if potential loss in Game 7 could be his last with Cleveland Cavaliers
Coming off a 34-point loss in Game 6 of the Cleveland Cavaliers' first-round series against the Indiana Pacers on Friday night, LeBron James said his focus is on how a Game 7 loss Sunday could end his season, not how it could be his last game ever playing for the Cavs.

Russell Westbrook of Oklahoma City Thunder says Utah fans say 'a lot of disrespectful, vulgar things'
"I didn't confront fans; fans confronted me," Westbrook said. "Here in Utah, man, a lot of disrespectful, vulgar things are said to the players here with these fans. It's truly disrespectful. Talk about your families, your kids. It's truly disrespectful to the game, man."

Washington Wizards' John Wall praises Bradley Beal for 'MVP-type season' and says duo will keep getting better
John Wall praised Bradley Beal for having an "MVP-type season" and said that the Washington Wizards duo will "just keep getting better" during the summer for next season. Beal had to take on a bigger role with Wall missing two months with a knee injury.

The end of OK3? Oklahoma City Thunder's grand plan comes to a crashing halt - NBA
With the grand opening of the Jones Assembly, a chic music bar in a hip, developing area and a new symbol of cultural and civic evolution in Oklahoma City, the Thunder said hello to Paul George.

Other News

Restaurant Hosting Essay Contest to Find New Owner - Flathead Beacon
Woods Bay Grill is taking an unconventional approach to selling its establishment. Instead of listing it for sale, the restaurant is holding an essay contest that could award the grill to a new owner.

Trump EPA Plans To Freeze Fuel Economy Goals Until 2026: Report
California and the U.S. government are barreling toward a legal battle, after reports emerged that President Donald Trump’s administration will propose revoking the state’s ability to set its own standards for car emissions and fuel economy. Fuel economy targets would also reportedly be frozen until 2026, under the plan.

The Arabian Sea’s Suffocating ‘Dead Zone’ Is Even Larger Than We Imagined
Since the early 1960s, scientists have known about the so-called “dead zone” in the Gulf of Oman, a patch of water practically devoid of all oxygen. As anyone who has ever owned an aquarium knows, even fish require oxygen, but as a surprising new survey shows, the Arabian Sea features an oxygen-starved aquarium the size of Florida—and it’s still growing.