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Notebook: KU Baseball upsets Texas in Big 12 Tournament

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Kansas baseball knocked Big 12 champ Texas into the loser’s bracket of the conference tournament yesterday with a 3-2 win. KU will take on Baylor at 4 PM this afternoon; you can catch the game on FSN if you’re so inclined.

Seven football players were listed by Athlon as Preseason All-Big 12. First team: Joe Dineen, Daniel Wise. Second Team: Gabriel Rui. Third Team: Hakeem Adeniji, Khalil Herbert. Fourth Team: Steven Sims, Mike Lee.

Scott Chasen breaks down some AD candidates, most of which you’ve already read about here, but there are a couple of new names on his list.

David Booth says he wasn’t notified of Zenger’s firing until after it had already been done, but accepts and respects the move.

The timing of Zenger’s ouster means David Beaty is firmly on the hot seat.

Devonte Graham got some pre-draft advice from Frank Mason.

Bill Self says he will vote for K-State to win the Big 12 when it comes time for the preseason coaches poll.

Kansas has had back-to-back Big 12 Players of the Year; could Dedric Lawson make it three in a row?

In other news...

Taking a look at some of the recruiting decisions that ended up being tough beats for one team, and whether or not the winners really benefited.

The Stanley Cup Finals are all set.

The Celtics are up 3-2 on LeBron.

A baseball tournament game in Connecticut was decided with Rock-Paper-Scissors after the weather wouldn’t allow for the game to be played.