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Five takeaways from Kansas basketball's Late Night
Late Night results can be notoriously misleading for those who elect to put too much emphasis on them. Everyone remembers Carlton Bragg, who starred at Late Night, only to lose his spot in Kansas' starting lineup a few games later, fail to win it back and eventually transfer, with his performance in the scrimmage serving as a mere footnote in a "what could have been" career.

A look at the sequence that changed KU football vs. Oklahoma
KU was about to get the ball back, too, with the opportunity to go for a score or wind the clock down and take a seven-point deficit into halftime. But a string of plays would turn the game on its head and allow Oklahoma to enter halftime with a 21-7 lead and the ball to start the second half.

Kansas cross country men, women sweep team titles at Rim Rock meet | KUsports.com
Other KU women who contributed to the team title included juniors Cameron Gueldner (23:38.2) and Catherine Liggett (23:44.5), who crossed the finish line in fifth and sixth place, and freshman Kalea Chu (23:56.9, ninth) and senior Riley Cooney (23:58.2, 10th), giving KU five Top 10 finishers at the event.

Kansas drops four-set match to Oklahoma | KUsports.com
Kansas was unable to come away with its first Big 12 victory of the season on Saturday against Oklahoma in McCasland Field House. KU captured the first set (25-23) against Oklahoma, but dropped the final three sets (25-21, 25-16, 25-17) in the road loss.

Late first half sequence looms large during KU’s 45-20 loss to No. 6 Oklahoma | KUsports.com
That is what made KU’s decisions at the end of the first half especially puzzling during a 45-20 loss Saturday afternoon at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. The Jayhawks did what no other team could do in 2019 by claiming a lead on the Sooners.

Notebook: Les Miles looks to move forward after loss of Khalil Herbert | KUsports.com
“We're going to concern ourselves with the team and making this team better and talk about the guys that are going to sit down in this room on Monday and work hard to be a better football team,” Miles said during his postgame press conference. “I think Khalil is a good man. I think that's evident with the people that enjoy him.”

KU's offensive inconsistency leads to 45-20 loss to No. 6 Oklahoma | KUsports.com
The bloodbath some may have expected Saturday out of a matchup pitting offensive guru and Oklahoma head coach Lincoln Riley, his latest Heisman Trophy-aspiring quarterback, Jalen Hurts, and the No. 6 Sooners against an overmatched Kansas team didn’t turn out obscenely gory.

Bits o Chalk

No Bama, no Clemson, no fun? SMU saves drama-free day with epic win
Take a step back, soak in all that Week 6 had to offer, commit it to memory. It's important to truly absorb every detail, every flubbed SMU kick return and every grooving Kansas cymbal player and every horrifying East Carolina mascot trick during a blackout.

Gennadiy Golovkin wins title with unanimous decision over Sergiy Derevyanchenko
After a historic middleweight world title reign in which Gennadiy Golovkin made a division-record 20 consecutive title defenses before it came to an end by controversial decision at the hands of Canelo Alvarez some 13 months ago, GGG yearned for another title belt.

10,000 turn out for Zion Williamson's first open scrimmage
And they showed out in a way the fan base has few times before. Pelicans officials estimated over 10,000 fans in attendance for Saturday's open scrimmage, with some waiting in line for over an hour outside of the Smoothie King Center in temperatures pushing 90 degrees.

LeBron James, Anthony Davis a dynamic duo as Lakers open preseason
Anthony Davis cleaned up a LeBron James miss for the first score of the game. James got his first bucket to go -- plus an and-1 free throw -- a few minutes later to put the Los Angeles Lakers up 11-0 over the Golden State Warriors, and L.A. rolled to a 123-101 victory in its preseason opener Saturday.

Israel Adesanya knocks out Robert Whittaker to unify UFC title
Israel Adesanya knocked out Robert Whittaker with a right hook-left hook combination at 3 minutes, 33 seconds of the second round Saturday in the main event of UFC 243 in Melbourne, Australia, before 57,127. Adesanya unified the middleweight title with the stoppage victory. He came in as the interim champion, and Whittaker was the lineal champion.

Eraser Dust

Tens of Thousands March in Hong Kong, Defying Face Mask Ban - The New York Times
The rallies were the first significant public gatherings since the ban took effect the day before, and a test of the government’s resolve to stop months of protests.

Live updates: Deadly shooting at a bar in Kansas City - CNN
Four people were killed in a shooting in Kansas early Sunday morning.

Daily Inter Lake - Law Roundup, ‘Monkey man’ strips in the streets
A caller told the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office there was a man “running around in the road, acting like a monkey and taking his clothes off.”

Second whistleblower comes forward in Trump-Ukraine scandal
A second whistleblower has come forward with information about President Donald Trump’s call with the president of Ukraine, according to attorneys representing that whistleblower and the intelligence official whose earlier complaint set off a series of events culminating in an impeachment inquiry.

Trump blames Energy Secretary Rick Perry for Ukraine call at center of impeachment inquiry
President Donald Trump told House Republicans Friday that he was urged by Energy Secretary Rick Perry to make the midsummer phone call to Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskiy that is now at the center of House Democrats' impeachment inquiry, two sources familiar with the matter told NBC News.

Kalispell mom fights to destigmatize down syndrome
It was less than thirty years ago people with down syndrome were still put in institutions, and so we're not very far away from that," Reynolds said. "And so, changing the idealism and the stigmatism behind that they're incapable and unable to do things is our goal."