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Kansas safety involved in fatal car accident
Kansas safety Nick Caudle was involved in an accident that killed an Oskaloosa man, according to the Lawrence Journal-World. Caudle and his passenger, another Kansas student, were both injured in the wreck as well.

Benton Smith: Freshman PG Devon Dotson indispensable for KU | KUsports.com
He’s neither the type of player to bewilder observers with explosive scoring nights nor one to rack up eye-popping assist numbers. But freshman point guard Devon Dotson might be the most indispensable player on the Kansas basketball roster.

After serious car accident, KU safety Nick Caudle expected to be full spring participant | KUsports.com
A few days removed from his involvement in a serious car accident, University of Kansas safety Nick Caudle is expected to make a full recovery.

Bill Self chided his team at halftime. Then KU made the same mistake late vs. Texas
“He was pretty upset by not getting back,” Lawson said. “That two points could’ve been maybe the difference in the outcome of the game.”

Texan Marcus Garrett scores career-high 20 points, KU nudges Longhorns, 80-78
Texas native Marcus Garrett had already scored a career-high 19 points against the Lone Star State school that recruited him when he stepped to the free throw line with five seconds remaining in Monday’s Kansas-Texas ESPN Big Monday battle at Allen Fieldhouse.

Self 'hopeful' Silvio De Sousa resolution could come soon
De Sousa has been withheld since the start of the season pending an eligibility review after his name was brought up with regard to the FBI's investigation into alleged college basketball corruption. De Sousa has yet to play a minute in his sophomore season, and there has yet to be any kind of a public resolution to his situation.

Marcus Garrett's career day, late-game hustle spark KU past UT
Kansas escaped a furious rally from Texas on Monday to win 80-78. In what Bill Self later called a high-level game of basketball on both sides, the Jayhawks needed to counter punch as the Longhorns, not known for their shooting, knocked down 13 3s.

KU basketball vs. Texas: Quick recap and instant analysis
Kansas improved its Big 12 record to 4-1 with an 80-78 win over Texas on Monday at Allen Fieldhouse. Texas had an opportunity to win the game at the buzzer but Jase Febres missed a potential winning 3.

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Duke scrambles to adjust after Tre Jones injury
Mike Krzyzewski summed things up pretty succinctly after Duke's 95-91 overtime loss to Syracuse, a game in which star point guard Tre Jones left with a shoulder injury early in the first half.

Tony Parker of Charlotte Hornets greeted warmly by fans in return to San Antonio
"I am drained physically and emotionally," Parker said. "It as an awesome night, and I just want to thank the fans for the way they reacted tonight. It was unbelievable, and I appreciate it. It was a great memory for me that I will cherish for the rest of my life."

Iman Shumpert of Sacramento Kings stopped by security at Portland Trail Blazers locker room
Kings guard Iman Shumpert was stopped from going into the Portland locker room by arena and Trail Blazers security after Sacramento's 115-107 victory Monday night.

White House offers Clemson Tigers fast food feast in championship celebration
"We went off and we ordered American fast food, paid for by me. Lots of hamburgers, lots of pizza,'' Trump said after returning to the White House from a trip to New Orleans. "I think they'd like it better than anything we could give."

James Harden scores Houston Rockets-record 36 before halftime
Rockets coach Mike D'Antoni worried Monday that James Harden was "dog tired" and would have to carry an even heavier burden with the news that a thumb injury would sideline center Clint Capela for four to six weeks and leave Houston without three starters.

Well, That Was One Hell of a Ride | By Richard Jefferson
It meant so damn much to me. It’s funny, because to this day, people will be like, “Man, that Cavs run must have been so much fun.”

And I’ll tell them straight up, “Hell no it wasn’t fun.”

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A Skier's Guide to Whitefish, Montana | POWDER Magazine
Located in Northwest Montana with Glacier National Park in their backyard, Whitefish has the views, the snow, and a lack of crowds all at an affordable price. In the ’30s local skiers discovered good skiing on the “big mountain” north of town. Since then they’ve been committed to a life of good times, great people and deep snow. In Whitefish, you’ll find a community true to itself and a deep-rooted lifestyle where character is encouraged.

Rescuers find candies but can't reach toddler trapped in Spanish well
Emergency workers frantically dug a tunnel Tuesday as they tried to rescue a toddler trapped down a deep, narrow well in Spain.

Chinese scientists germinate first seed on far side of the moon
In an out-of-this-world first, green-thumbed Chinese scientists have managed to sprout a plant on the far side of the moon, officials said Tuesday.