clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Notebook: A Closer Look at Beaty’s Coaching Style; Dineen Readies for CMU

New, 35 comments

He was Jewish! An odd crime for a Jew to commit. Ok, so we have an African Jew wearing a hoodie...

Nicholls v Kansas Photo by Ed Zurga/Getty Images

Kansas News

No. 16 Kansas settles for 0-0 draw at Cincinnati - Kansas Jayhawks
With the help of another strong defensive showing, the No.16-ranked Kansas Jayhawks battled to a 0-0 draw against the Cincinnati Bearcats Thursday night inside Gettler Stadium. Kansas outshot the home side by a tally of 19-7, however was unable to find the back of the net, settling for its second draw of the season but keeping its undefeated record intact, now at 5-0-2

Joe Dineen, Jayhawks facing 'big' task with CMU quarterback
After tying a career-high with 16 tackles in KU football's 26-23 overtime loss to Nichols State, Joe Dineen Jr. spoke with reporters on Tuesday.

KU's Kwamie Lassiter II a familiar name in Kansas, Arizona
Growing up in Arizona, Lassiter was often reminded of his father — of the same name — who played for the Cardinals for eight seasons after a successful stint at the University of Kansas.

Rex Walters joins Nevada coaching staff | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
Former KU guard Rex Walters, now a veteran of NBA and college coaching ranks, has been named to the staff at the University of Nevada Reno.

‘Pass-first’ QB Miles Kendrick assesses his KU debut | Smithology | KUsports.com
During his first game wearing a Kansas football uniform, backup quarterback Miles Kendrick only got onto the turf for six snaps.

KU football: Beaty’s frequent timeouts, 4th down indecision | The Kansas City Star
The examples above are just a sample of the gameday management struggles that have continued to plague Beaty in his fourth season at KU.

Other Sports News

Burt Reynolds quit football after Lee Corso encouraged him to pursue acting - SBNation.com
But we also lost a college football figure. Reynolds played for Florida State back in the 1950s, and maintained a strong connection to the program. He’s got an apartment complex named for him outside Doak Campbell Stadium, donated money to various FSU endeavors, and reportedly had a clause in his movie deals that required him to be shown wearing Noles gear.

Grant Hill’s Hall of Fame induction proves your ‘What If’s’ don’t matter - SBNation.com
In 1997, his fourth year in the NBA, Grant Hill was a small forward with a point guard’s mind. He was a point forward in a world where the point forward didn’t exist yet.

US Open results 2018: Serena Williams to face Naomi Osaka in final - SBNation.com
Serena Williams has advanced to the final of the US Open, besting Anastasija Sevastova in straight sets on Thursday, 6-3, 6-0. Williams will face Naomi Osaka, the 20th seed appearing in her first ever Grand Slam final event. Osaka bested No. 14 Madison Keys, 6-2, 6-4, in the late match on Thursday.

Eagles brought back the Philly Special to troll Tom Brady & Patriots - SBNation.com
The Eagles have been known for their trickery recently. Their most famous play from the Super Bowl was the “Philly Special” that involved Nick Foles catching a touchdown pass from Trey Burton.

Other News

Alex Jones Permanently Suspended From Twitter
Twitter took the unusual step of confirming its ban of both Alex Jones and Infowars via the Twitter Safety account, citing abusive behavior. Jones’s Twitter page had accumulated nearly 900,000 followers before the suspension, while the Infowars page had accrued around 430,000.

Star Wars' Toxic Fandom Analysis Doesn't Go Far Enough
This morning, the Washington Post published an article titled “Who hates Star Wars for its newfound diversity? Here are the numbers.” It comes to the perhaps unsurprising conclusion that, as ferocious as it has become lately, the toxic subculture that has developed in Star Wars fandom is a vocal minority. But its sampling is still too narrow.

Police Raid Home of Couple Who Raised $400,000 on GoFundMe for Homeless Man
On Thursday, authorities executed a search warrant at the home of a New Jersey couple who raised $400,000 to help a homeless man last year.