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Notebook: Jay Bilas Mauls Discussing KU’s Future

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Whoever knew the game of life was so for real? So many layers in the onion, you just gotta peel. I gotta go to work.

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The Rock Chalkboard

Can Les Miles and Kansas pull a Top247 senior RB?
“Kansas has been the most consistent,” Warren Easton head coach Jerry Phillips said. Clayton had a good visit to Lawrence back in February. “I know Kanas has been on him pretty heavy.”

Conference Call: Week Six
Oklahoma further solidified itself as one of the conference’s best teams, taking it right at Texas Tech and coasting to a victory. Oklahoma State had questions around it but seems to be among the best as well, as the Cowboys beat a good Kansas State team by 13 points, although it felt like far more than 13. TCU put on a very impressive offensive performance, while Baylor and Iowa State fought it out until the final seconds.

Big 12 Teleconference: Three things Les Miles said on Monday
We ran into a very quality football team [down] in Texas, TCU. Gary Patterson has been there for a number of years and is doing a great job. I felt like our guys fought and continued to play and play hard. They enjoyed the final two touchdowns that they got. They just needed to put a few more scores with it. So I recognize that we're playing another really quality football team, very talented, very capable, great quarterback — and Lincoln Riley in his third year at a great, traditionally-rich school. It's going to be a great to for us. Again, we look forward to it

Jay Bilas discusses Kansas basketball's future
None. And I’ll take you back to 1988, Danny Manning and Larry Brown won the NCAA Championship, and that banner’s still up in Allen Fieldhouse. The next year, Larry Brown left and we had Roy Williams come in. And Kansas went on probation, was hit by the NCAA, and look at the success and the greatness that came after that,” Bilas said. “Kansas basketball is in no jeopardy whatsoever. This is a short-term issue, it may be painful in the short term, but the long term, I don’t think there’s any real concern

State lawmaker says Kansas unlikely to pass law allowing college athletes to profit through endorsements | KUsports.com
Ward, who supports California’s law, said the NCAA’s policies prohibit athletes from earning a wage that is fair compared to the amount of profit universities make off of their labor. He said the policies also have an equity issue because coaches can have endorsement contracts with companies while athletes cannot.

California to let college athletes make money, defying NCAA | KUsports.com
"It's going to change college sports for the better by having now the interest, finally, of the athletes on par with the interests of the institutions," Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom said in a tweeted video. "Now we're rebalancing that power arrangement."

Notebook: Les Miles won't say whether RB Dom Williams will redshirt | KUsports.com
As the Kansas football team appears prepared to play the remainder of the season without veteran running back Khalil Herbert, head coach Les Miles chose not to address whether another rusher on the roster has any intention of redshirting this year.

Bits o Chalk

Report: Nationals offered 3B Anthony Rendon deal worth $210 million to $215 million
During the 2019 regular season, Rendon, 29, hit .319 with 34 home runs and 126 RBIs -- all career bests for the seven-year veteran. He led the NL in RBIs, and his 1.010 OPS was third in the NL behind those of the Dodgers' Cody Bellinger (1.035) and the Brewers' Christian Yelich (1.100).

Oakland Raiders' Vontaze Burfict suspended for rest of season
Oakland Raiders linebacker Vontaze Burfict has been suspended for the rest of the 2019 season for his helmet-to-helmet hit Sunday on Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle, the league announced.

Denver Broncos LB Bradley Chubb out for rest of season with torn ACL
Broncos coach Vic Fangio confirmed that Chubb, the fifth overall pick in the 2018 draft, suffered the season-ending injury in Denver's 26-24 loss Sunday to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Party bust - Vendor charges $724 for two beers
Fans know beer is expensive at NFL stadiums, but not this expensive. A vendor at Miami's Hard Rock Stadium was arrested Sunday for charging a fan $724 for two beers during the Dolphins-Chargers game.

WR Tyler Boyd sums up Bengals' blowout loss -- 'We got embarrassed'
Cincinnati Bengals wide receiver Tyler Boyd didn't step around the obvious after a 27-3 blowout loss to the rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night.

Eraser Dust

You May Not Have to Cut Back on Red Meat After All, Controversial New Guidelines Say | Live Science
A nice juicy tenderloin might no longer be served with a side of guilt, at least in the health realm. Most people don't need to reduce their intake of red or processed meat for health benefits, unless they want to, according to a new set of guidelines from a group of international experts.

Jerry Seinfeld beats Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee lawsuit
In 2018, we reported that a producer named Christian Charles had filed a lawsuit against Jerry Seinfeld for allegedly stealing the idea for Comedians In Cars Getting Coffee and then cutting him out of any potential profits once it became a big hit. Charles said that he even shot a pilot with Seinfeld and was still on board when Seinfeld’s team were actually putting together budgets and marketing plans, but he claimed he was essentially kicked off the project because Seinfeld supposedly didn’t want to share ownership of the show with anyone. Now, according to Variety, a judge has dismissed the suit, proving that Seinfeld single-handedly came up with the idea for the show with nobody’s help.

SpaceX Unveils Massive Starship Prototype Design
On Saturday, CEO Elon Musk presented new details about the company’s gigantic Starship rocket at the company’s test site in Boca Chica, Texas. Looming behind him: the now-completed 165-foot Starship MK1 prototype, which has been in construction for months now and which the company plans to test later this year

Metallica postpones tour so James Hetfield can go back to rehab
As reported by Variety, Metallica announced over the weekend that it is choosing to postpone its upcoming tour in Australia and New Zealand so James Hetfield can go back to a rehab program. The tour was supposed to start halfway through October and go until November, and while a statement from Metallica emphasizes that the tour is simply postponed (until “health and schedule permit”) and not outright canceled, the band is honoring all refund requests.

Montana snow: Up to 4 feet of snow falls a week after summer's end
Kids in Browning, Montana, were gifted with that rare September snow day Monday after a historically early winter storm pounding parts of the West dumped four feet of snow on the town in the heart of the Blackfeet Reservation.