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Notebook: KU Men’s Golf wins regional, qualifies for NCAA Championship

Glory days, well, they’ll pass you by

PGA: The Honda Classic - Third Round Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas men’s golf finished ahead of four top-20 teams (and two top-10 teams) on its way to a Regional Championship and a spot in the NCAA Championships.

A personal tragedy with one of the assistant coaches inspired the KU golf team to go out and win the regional.

Matt Tait reports that while ESPN still projects Graham, Newman, and Mykhailiuk to all be drafted, TheRinger projects just Graham and Newman to hear their names called.

Bill Self will rappel down the side of a building in downtown Lawrence for charity later this summer.

Kansas QB Miles Kendrick is grateful for the open competition for the starting spot, and says he embraces the competition by looking for ways to show his strengths in order to separate himself from his competition.

Kansas was the first to offer three-star OL Layden Robinson, who is expected to shoot up the recruiting rankings and be pursued by big name teams.

Kansas baseball will host Oklahoma in the final series of the regular season.

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Romeo Langford’s dad sure is a piece of work.

The Rockets have evened the Western Conference Finals against Golden State.

A 25-year old was just arrested after completing a season posing as a high school basketball player in Dallas.

What legalized sports betting might look like in the not-too-distant future.

Figuring out why Chip Kelly failed with the Eagles.

What it’s like being a golfer in Hawaii these days.