Kansas Athletics shifts healthcare oversight from KU's campus to medical offices | KUsports.com
Through a collaboration with The University of Kansas Health System and LMH Health, Kansas Athletics on Wednesday morning announced the launch of Kansas Team Health, a third-party healthcare group that will be charged not only with providing KU’s student-athletes with the best care possible but also with overseeing the practices and procedures utilized by KU’s sports medicine professionals.
KU tennis falls in Round of 16 | KUsports.com
"Today did not end the way Nas, Janet and Nina hoped it would, but that does not diminish in any way the careers all three had as Jayhawks," head coach Todd Chapman said in a team release. "We are thankful for their dedication and determination to help put Kansas back on the tennis map. We wish all three of them the best moving forward in the next chapters of their lives. We know they will all be successful in whatever they choose to do in life."
KU baseball drops Game 1 at Big 12 tourney, 12-8 to West Virginia | KUsports.com
An early eight-run hole proved to be too much for the Kansas baseball team to climb out of during a 12-8 loss to West Virginia in the opening round of the Big 12 tournament at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City.
Answering 5 questions on KU athletics' new student-care model
On Wednesday, KU athletics announced a change to the model for student-athlete care at the university. Namely, those involved with student-athlete health will now "fully report to medical professionals, rather than through a physician employed by the department and reporting to Kansas Athletics administrators," a release said.
KU AD explains vision for building buzz around football program
“Being new, I listened to everybody else tell me: You all have told me that’s the biggest turnout that we’ve had that anybody can remember — the enthusiasm, excitement around the game," Long said. So we accomplished what we wanted to do from a marketing standpoint in getting people out."
Texas DB Joseph Wilson breaks down top four schools
Wilson, who owns double-digit offers to date, named Arizona, Kansas, Kansas State, and Oregon State as his top four, in alphabetical order. He caught up with 247Sports to provide a breakdown of why each school made the cut.
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St. Thomas wins too much, kicked out of MIAC
That's how officials at Division III powerhouse the University of St. Thomas said they feel after the school was "involuntarily" removed from the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) on Wednesday because of its "competitive" advantages.
Budenholzer miffed by Drake antics; rapper replies
"I didn't even know I got the shoulder rub last night until somebody showed me a picture of it today," he said. "I didn't even feel it. I was so locked into the game."
Howard returns to Michigan as new hoops coach
"As a 'Michigan Man' I know the place our program has in college basketball and I embrace the chance to build onto that history and lead us to championships both in the Big Ten and national level," Howard said in a statement. "We will continue to develop young men on the court, in the classroom and in the community that our fan base will continue to be proud of."
Rose -- Howard hiring heals Fab Five wounds
Former Fab Five member and current ESPN analyst Jalen Rose said during Get Up! on Thursday that the hiring of Howard resolves ongoing tension between the former teammates and with the school.
2018-19 NBA All-Defensive Team selections announced
According to a press release from the league which was circulated on Wednesday afternoon, Utah Jazz center Rudy Gobert, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Paul George and Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo lead the 2018-19 NBA All-Defensive First Team.
'Violent' tornado strikes Jefferson City, Missouri, as storms kill 3 and cause extensive damage statewide | Fox News
A "violent tornado" tore through Missouri's capital city late Wednesday, causing extensive damage under the cover of darkness on a day in which severe weather statewide was blamed for three deaths and dozens of people left trapped inside their homes.
Judge declines to block subpoenas seeking financial information about Trump, family - ABC News
A New York federal judge on Wednesday declined to block Congressional subpoenas seeking financial information about President Donald Trump and his family from Deutsche Bank and Capital One.
Theresa May expected to resign after losing the support of her Cabinet - Business Insider
Allies of Theresa May expect her to announce her resignation as prime minister by the end of the week after losing the support of senior members of her Cabinet.
New Hotel Opens on Kalispell’s North Side - Flathead Beacon
“The Kalispell market is extremely dynamic and exciting in that it offers such a distinct, yet diverse array of travelers access to unending opportunities to take in the beauty of the area and town,” said Bryce Baker, general manager of My Place Kalispell.
Whitefish puts restrictions on 5G wireless installations | KECI
Whitefish City Attorney Angela Jacobs said the ruling works to advance 5G installations and limits the city’s ability to regulate 5G. She said as long as the 5G wireless facility meets FCC standards officials would not be able to regulate 5G on health or aesthetic concerns.