Devon Dotson among 4 Jayhawks to earn NBA combine invitations | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
Dotson, who has spent the past couple of weeks working out in The Windy City in preparation for his shot at the combine, was one of four Jayhawks to throw his name into the draft pool before the deadline, joining Dedric Lawson, Quentin Grimes and Silvio De Sousa.
Bill Self to San Antonio conspiracy theorists won't be proven right any time soon | Smithology | KUsports.com
From the time that it became clear to those who obsess over Kansas basketball that Bill Self was indeed the longterm answer for the program and a more than suitable replacement for Roy Williams, who left KU for North Carolina, those among the fan base prone to worrying about these types of things began fretting about which basketball team would one day lure Self away from Lawrence.
KU tennis earns NCAA tournament bid, home court for opening rounds | KUsports.com
Huddled around a television set inside the Jayhawk Tennis Center on Monday night, the Kansas women's tennis team learned its NCAA Tournament fate and celebrated with flair.
Where KU football players are headed following 2019 NFL Draft
The 2019 NFL Draft wrapped up over the weekend, with various Jayhawks finding landing spots in the NFL — although none were actually taken in the event.
UAA Session II Top Performers
The Under Armour Association completed its second leg of action over the weekend in Kansas City. With high powered college coaches lining the courts, numerous high level prospects made a statement. Here are a look at the 10 top performers from the weekend's action in Kansas City.
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Holzhauer dodges 'Jeopardy!' threat, wins by $18
The Las Vegas bettor survived his biggest sweat on the show to this point when he held off Adam Levin, 46, of Ashland, Massachusetts, in a tight match that came down to Final Jeopardy! in Monday's episode.
2019 NFL draft -- Biggest post-draft questions for all 32 teams
With the 2019 NFL draft now concluded and 254 rookies having been selected by their new teams (plus hundreds of other first-year players who will sign as free agents over the next week), the 2019 versions of each NFL franchise are starting to take focus. But that doesn't mean there aren't questions for each team going forward.
Rockets audited '18 Game 7, say Finals bid taken
The Houston Rockets believe officiating in last season's Western Conference finals cost them an NBA championship, and in a report since sent to the league, tabulated the net result of 81 potential missed calls and non-calls in Game 7 of that series between Houston and the Golden State Warriors, according to the report and an accompanying memo, both of which have been obtained by ESPN.
Brown lauds 'James' Butler, 'the adult in the gym'
"This was James Butler," Brown said. "That was the adult in the gym. ... He was just a tremendous sort of rock. He willed us to a lot of different situations. ... He was a stud. He really was an adult in the gym."
Lillard: Blazers' jawing at refs reveals distraction
It was a source of pride for Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers the way they held their composure with the officials in a heated series against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Trump, 3 of his children and his business sue Deutsche Bank and Capital One in bid to keep them from giving financial records to Congress - CBS News
President Trump has filed suit against Deutsche Bank and Capital One in an attempt to block congressional subpoenas for his business records.
FBI got tips minutes before California synagogue attack - ABC News
The FBI said it got tips about a social media post threatening violence against Jews just minutes before a gunman killed a worshipper and wounded three others at a Southern California synagogue — an attack that makes him "part of the history of evil that has been perpetrated on Jewish people for centuries," the suspect's family said Monday.
Daily Inter Lake - Local News, Bond increased to $500,000 for suspect in vehicular homicide
A Flathead County Justice Court Judge on Monday set a $500,000 bond for Jared Parsons of Kalispell, who is being held at the Flathead County Detention Center on a felony charge of vehicular homicide while under the influence, in connection with the death of a 15-year-old Evergreen girl.
A record-breaking measles outbreak owes its existence to the anti-vaccination movement | Salon.com
Small measles outbreaks have been reported in multiple regions over the last few months, but on Monday the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported those collective cases have set a record for a new national high. According to the report, 704 cases have been reported in the United States this year, surpassing the prior record set, which was 667 cases in 2014. The disease was considered eliminated in the United States in 2000.