'Hawk Talk' with AD Jeff Long to debut this week | KUsports.com
Long, like Self and Miles, will be joined for each show by Brian Hanni, the play-by-play voice of KU men’s basketball and football, with the debut broadcast set for Thursday at 7 p.m., on the Jayhawk Radio Network.
Still ahead of reigning champs in standings, Wildcats not interested in sharing 1st | Smithology | KUsports.com
The Wildcats may yet dethrone the Big 12’s seemingly forever reigning champions, but they missed out on the opportunity to shovel a substantial amount of dirt on their rivals’ graves on Monday.
Senior leadership lifts KU tennis to highest ranking in program history | KUsports.com
Kansas tennis senior Anastasia Rychagova walks off the court after a win in straight sets over Air Force’s TJ Frumagalli on the No. 1 singles court on a Sunday afternoon in late February.
Three-point play: Devon Dotson's defense on Barry Brown key to KU's 64-49 win over Kansas State | Jackson's Journal | KUsports.com
Kansas freshman Devon Dotson found out during Sunday’s film session that he was going to be tasked with guarding Kansas State senior Barry Brown.
What Bill Self said after KU's victory over K-State
Several players stood out from the Jayhawks' 64-49 win over K-State, including Devon Dotson, a freshman point guard who starred defensively and also chipped in with 16 points, and Dedric Lawson, who posted his 17th double-double on the season. The Jayhawks also received a lift from Mitch Lightfoot, who scored eight points in the first half — one shy of the team lead at that point — and blocked three shots on the day.
Post-game podcast: KU's Big 12 hopes are still alive
The Phog.net Podcast kicked off at the start of July as a way of bringing you KU basketball, football and recruiting coverage in another format. Today's episode will focus on breaking down Kansas' 64-49 win over Kansas State.
Kansas seeks $1 million in restitution from corruption case
The University of Kansas is seeking to recover more than $1 million in legal fees and lost tuition from one of the three men convicted of a pay-for-play scheme to send high-profile recruits to college basketball programs sponsored by Adidas.
Other Sports News
DA: Boeheim at or near speed limit in fatal crash
Onondaga County District Attorney William Fitzpatrick says the investigation into the fatal crash last week involving Syracuse men's basketball coach Jim Boeheim is nearly complete and speed was not a factor.
Sources: Dallas' Irving faces possible suspension
Earlier Tuesday, Dallas defensive end Randy Gregory was suspended indefinitely for violating the NFL's Policy and Program for Substances of Abuse and the terms of his conditional reinstatement.
Cowboys' Gregory suspended indefinitely by NFL
Gregory missed all but two games in 2016 and the entire 2017 season because of multiple violations of the policy in his first two seasons with the Cowboys. He returned to play in 14 games in 2018 and finished second on the Cowboys with six sacks and 28 quarterback pressures.
Without Zion, Duke falls on road to Virginia Tech
While the Blue Devils managed to find a workaround without the potential player of the year against Syracuse last weekend, there was no such answer against the Hokies, who combined timely 3-pointers with a dominant performance in the paint, where Williamson's absence was glaring.
Sources: MLB prepared to ditch clock until 2022
Major League Baseball is prepared to scuttle the implementation of a pitch clock until at least 2022 as part of a wide-ranging proposal to the MLB Players Association that would include the ability to implement a three-batter-minimum rule for pitchers and roster-size changes in 2020, sources familiar with the plan told ESPN.
Momo Challenge: Police warn of threats hidden in kids’ YouTube videos | syracuse.com
The Momo challenge appeared to disappear quickly after first making headlines in 2016, but the disturbing meme appears to have resurfaced in WhatsApp and YouTube videos targeting children. The chilling clips, available on the platforms in the U.S. and other countries, appear midway through footage of “Fortnite,” “Peppa Pig” and more content for kids “to avoid detection by adults.”
Pakistan closes airspace, says it shot down 2 Indian jets over Kashmir - Business Insider
Pakistan's Civil Aviation Authority on Wednesday said it had closed the country's airspace to all commercial flights after the military said it shot down two Indian jets amid mounting tensions between the two nuclear rivals.
Chicago To Get Its First Black Female Mayor As Candidates Head To Runoff : NPR
The next Chicago mayor will either be a self-described political outsider who's never run for office, or a longtime city alderman and chair of the county's Democratic Party. Either way, for the first time, the city's top political official will be an African-American woman.
Montana bills seek to ease vaccination restrictions | KECI
Montana lawmakers are considering loosening the state's vaccination requirements even as Washington state deals with a measles outbreak spread mainly by children who haven't been inoculated. (Ed note - @#$%!)
Daily Inter Lake - Local News, Effort launched to create warming center for homeless
Keeping warm during the Flathead’s frigid winters presents a challenge for those without a place to call home and who cannot enter any of the community’s established shelters.