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Notebook: Kansas to meet Kentucky (again) in Big 12-SEC Challenge

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Sell out, with me oh yea, sell out, with me tonight

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Kansas will meet Kentucky (again) in the Big 12 - SEC Challenge.

Matt Tait gets together with Iowa State AD Jamie Pollard to discuss the challenges of being an athletic director at a P5 institution.

Devonte Graham is one of the oldest players in this year’s NBA Draft.

It’s summer, which means its time to rank things, and ESPN’s John Gasaway says Kansas basketball has two of the top-15 transfers for 2019.

Kansas baseball fell to Baylor in the Big 12 Tournament yesterday. The Jayhawks will play an elimination game against Oklahoma at 3:15 PM that you can catch on FSN.

A Kansas women’s tennis duo has advanced to the round of 16 in the NCAA Championship. Matt Tait writes about KU’s Anastasia Rychagova, who was forced to serve underhanded yesterday due to multiple rib injuries.

In other news...

K-State basketball will find itself unable to play the disrespect card next year.

No link, just an FYI: we are possibly two days away from a Celtics-Rockets NBA Finals. Celtics lead the Cavs 3-2 and play game 6 tonight in Cleveland, while the Rockets lead the Warriors 3-2 and play Saturday night in Oakland.

The SEC ruled that Missouri AD Jim Sterk violated the league’s code of ethics and fined him $25,000. Meanwhile, MU settled the lawsuit filed against Sterk by South Carolina women’s basketball coach Dawn Staley for $50,000.

A study commissioned by MLB verifies that baseballs are flying farther these days due to reduced drag, but says they can’t find any evidence as to why or how the baseballs are different from before.

It took a court order for this 30-year old to move out of his parents house. I haven’t heard any follow up, so I’m not sure if he’s actually moved out or not.