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Source: KU basketball's Charlie Moore to transfer
According to multiple media reports, including from 247Sports' Evan Daniels, KU basketball guard Charlie Moore will be transferring from the university.

KU baseball swept by Baylor in doubleheader | KUsports.com
Kansas suffered an 8-2 loss in the first game of the doubleheader at Hoglund Ballpark, as Baylor scored seven runs in the seventh inning. The Jayhawks (14-12, 0-5) then dropped an 8-0 decision to the Bears (20-6, 5-0) in the nightcap.

O-lineman Jacobi Lott back with KU football and focusing on present, future | KUsports.com
What Lott, a redshirt freshman from Amarillo, Texas, is focusing on now, he’ll tell you, is his football present and future.

3 juco transfers on KU football offense point to chemistry as key to spring success | KUsports.com
If junior college transfers and spring semester enrollees Thomas MacVittie, Ezra Naylor and Andrew Parchment are setting the world on fire during the closed portions of spring practices, when all of the critical on-field playbook and scheme preparation takes place, then Miles is keeping that information secure somewhere under his signature white cap.

Freshmen leading the way for KU softball ahead of Big 12 opener | KUsports.com
After a 6-19 start to the season under first-year head coach Jennifer McFalls, the Kansas softball team has now won five out of its last six games.

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Okeke has torn ACL as Auburn left 'heartbroken'
Auburn will be without one of its top players in Sunday's Midwest Regional final against Kentucky after learning forward Chuma Okeke tore his left ACL.

Kentucky-Auburn, Part III -- Can UK complete sweep of Tigers?
The Tigers since then have two victories against Tennessee and one against Kansas and North Carolina. Their 97-80 Sweet 16 win over the Tar Heels on Friday night sent the Tigers, the No. 5 seed in the Midwest Region, to their third meeting of the season with Kentucky, with the stakes in this one higher than in the previous two.

Man severely hurt in incident at Dodgers game
"Last night, an altercation occurred suddenly between two men who were leaving the stadium," the Dodgers said in a statement Saturday. "One of the men was injured as a result of the altercation. A witness immediately reported the incident to stadium personnel, and emergency medical technicians were promptly dispatched to provide medical assistance at the scene. The matter is now being investigated by the Los Angeles Police Department, and the Dodgers are cooperating fully with the investigation."

Report -- Porzingis accused of rape in New York
Porzingis was playing for the New York Knicks and had suffered a torn ACL just hours before the alleged attack, which the woman told police happened Feb. 7, 2018, at the Sky building in New York, where Porzingis lived.

Browns see projected win total jump 3 games
The Cleveland Browns are suddenly betting darlings after an impressive offseason that included trading for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

Duke's Reddish a game-time decision vs. MSU
Duke forward Cam Reddish will be a game-time decision for the Blue Devils' Elite Eight showdown with Michigan State on Sunday as he continues to deal with a sore left knee.

Other News

Judge Overturns DNRC Permit Allowing Creston Bottling Plant - Flathead Beacon
A district judge on Friday overturned a state decision allowing a Creston water-bottling facility to begin production near the Flathead River, ruling that the Montana Department of Natural Resources and Conservation erred when it granted a permit that would have allowed a company to produce more than 1 billion 20-ounce bottles per year.

Eco Week Ahead: U.S. Gets Health Check as Recession Fears Persist - Bloomberg
Investors will get a welcome health-check on the U.S. economy this week as markets fret it’s looking increasingly recession-prone.

Space Agency Seeks Women to Stay in Bed for 2 Months. Pancakes Will Be Provided.
For the new study, scientists are seeking nonsmoking, German-speaking women between the ages of 24 and 55. Compensation is 16,500 Euros — about US $18,500.