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KU baseball shut out, blown out by Texas Tech, 10-0 | KUsports.com
“We needed a great start today and we didn’t get it," said KU coach Ritch Price. "We’ve been buried two days in a row by the third inning."

KU softball swept by Oklahoma State | KUsports.com
Allowing seven runs in the final two innings, the Kansas softball team couldn't hold off Oklahoma State in a 9-3 loss Saturday at Arrocha Ballpark, dropping its sixth straight Big 12 game.

Grimes, Langford ready to roll at 2018 Jordan Brand Classic | KUsports.com
Kansas basketball target Romeo Langford will be in Brooklyn on Sunday, participating in another significant event that could bring him one step closer to making a decision about where he will play his college ball next season.

Kansas target Romeo Langford hits the 'homestretch' of his recruitment
Kansas target Romeo Langford is in the “homestretch” of his recruitment, the blue-chip guard from Indiana told reporters after Saturday’s Jordan Brand Classic practice in Brooklyn.

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Patrick Reed has always tried to emulate Tiger Woods now he has a chance against Rory McIlroy in the final round of the 2018 Masters Tournament
Like legions of golfers his age, young Patrick Reed wanted to grow up to be like Tiger Woods. He took lessons at Hank Haney's ranch in Texas at a time when Haney was teaching Woods. He studied Tiger as if he were a grown-up NFL scout trying to find the secret to an opponent's success.

Johnny Manziel returns to the gridiron in The Spring League
Quarterback Johnny Manziel played in a football game Saturday for the first time in 832 days, a modest step in his long road back to elite-level football.

Floyd Mayweather says if he comes out of retirement, it'll be for the UFC
"It is possible I do come back, but if I do come back, it has to be in the Octagon," Mayweather said. "I spoke with my team. I spoke with [adviser] Al Haymon. Al Haymon says no. I spoke with Showtime. I spoke with [Showtime parent company] CBS. If I do come back, Showtime and CBS have to be involved."

Steve Kerr of Golden State Warriors said he was happier with team effort despite loss to New Orleans Pelicans
After saying his team put forth a "pathetic effort" in a blowout loss Thursday to the Indiana Pacers, Golden State Warriors coach Steve Kerr said his squad's effort was better after Saturday night's 126-120 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans at Oracle Arena.

Everything you need to know about Sunday's final round of the 2018 Masters Tournament
The final round of Masters always strives for drama. The 2018 installment has some in place heading into Sunday, with Patrick Reed chasing his first green jacket, Rory McIlroy trying to finish off his career Grand Slam and Rickie Fowler hoping to make a charge from five shots back to claim his first major title.

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YouTube Kids Will Finally Offer a Mode Where Actual Humans Actually Bother to Vet the Videos
After months of harsh coverage of the malicious or inappropriate content that keeps popping up on YouTube Kids, ranging from videos of Peppa Pig drinking bleach to David Icke conspiracy rants, Google seems to have partially conceded and is planning on rolling out a human-curated version of the app.

Millennials Can’t Buy Homes, But Can They Buy That the Earth Is Flat?
Hey, there’s another reason to shake our collective heads at everyone’s favorite generational punching bag. A recently-published YouGov poll that surveyed 8,215 adults online found that a only two-thirds of young millennials, aged 18-24, are totally sure the Earth is round.

Here Is Facebook's Dubious Plan to Prevent Its 2016 Election Catastrophe From Happening Again
Pressure has been mounting on Facebook and its leadership to make big privacy changes in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal—in which it lost control over extensive data on what it now says are 87 million users—and after weeks of hedging and minor tweaks around the margins, the company has begun to make other concessions like vaguely committing to EU-style privacy rules. On Friday, in what feels like a ploy to reassure the public they’ll have a plan on the related issue of foreign election interference before the 2018 midterms, Facebook detailed how it will make political advertising more transparent.