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Notebook: Vegas Sets Odds for 2 KU Football Games

I guess I’ll have to leave all my money to the egg advisory council. Eggs have gotten quite a bad rap lately, you know, Smithers

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Jayhawks reach Monday finals in singles, doubles at ITA Summer Circuit event in Lawrence |
The Kansas tennis team will be represented in the finals of both the Intercollegiate Tennis Association’s women’s singles crimson bracket and the women’s doubles bracket Monday morning at the Jayhawk Tennis Center at Rock Chalk Park.

Las Vegas sets betting odds for two KU football games
Per Covers on Twitter, KU has opened as a 13-point underdog for its game at Boston College and a seven-point underdog for its game at home to Kansas State. The odds were set by the "Superbook" at Westgate in Las Vegas, NV.

Questions facing each Big 12 team in 2019
The Big 12 Conference football media day event kicks off Monday at 10:05 a.m. when Kansas, TCU, Oklahoma State, Texas Tech and Oklahoma take the stage at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, while Iowa State, West Virginia, Baylor, Kansas State and Texas will follow on Tuesday.

Other Sports News

Why we should no longer doubt Novak Djokovic's place among tennis' GOATs
Chasing. It seems that Novak Djokovic has been doing it since he was an inexperienced teenager, forever fighting for the elusive rewards in the golden age of men's tennis: the respect of his peers and the affection of a public that seemed to have eyes for only Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal.

Ex-Wazzu QB, No. 2 pick Leaf hired by ESPN
Ryan Leaf has been hired by ESPN to be a college football analyst, another step in the remarkable comeback of the former Washington State star who has battled drug addiction and served time in prison.

Sources -- Lakers' Davis to skip Team USA camp
Opting to focus on the upcoming season with the Los Angeles Lakers, Anthony Davis has decided not to participate in the upcoming USA Basketball training camp and FIBA Basketball World Cup, sources confirmed to ESPN.

Ex-Titans LB Morgan, 30, says he's retiring
Former Tennessee Titans linebacker Derrick Morgan is retiring from the NFL at the age of 30, as he looks to turn his attention to making a more significant impact outside of football.

Hungry for win, Mickelson turns to fasting
Phil Mickelson decided to take drastic action in regard to his poor play of late by fasting for six days and losing 15 pounds.

Other News

No Sign On Sunday Of Trump's Large-Scale Nationwide Immigration Raids : NPR
President Trump's threatened roundup of undocumented immigrant families this weekend that set migrants in many communities on edge showed few signs of materializing on Sunday, the second time rumors of a large-scale immigration enforcement operation failed to come to fruition.

Remains Of ‘Seinfeld’, ‘Night Court’ Actor Charles Levin Found – Deadline
The remains of what are believed to be that of Seinfeld and Night Court Charles Levin were found after he had been reported missing from Grants Pass in Oregon on July 8.

Amazon Prime Day: Protesters to Deliver Petition of 270,000 Signatures to Jeff Bezos' Home Calling to Cut Ties with ICE over Raids, Detention Centers
Protests against Amazon are planned in cities across the U.S. and Europe to voice opposition to its labor practices and the help activists say it gives to American authorities to deport immigrants. The protests will coincide with the annual sale known as Prime Day which has netted the company billions of dollars since its inception in 2015.

The Morning After: NASA's struggle to keep its Voyager probes working in space
NASA's Voyager probes are still out there, exploring interstellar space, 42 years after they left our planet. To keep them running all these years, with generators that are 40 percent less powerful than they were decades ago -- and which are producing less and less energy over time -- the agency had to sacrifice some of their parts and components. In fact, the mission managers have recently switched off the heater for Voyager 2's cosmic ray subsystem instrument (CRS) as part of their new power management plan. That was the component to sacrifice at this point because the CRS can only look in certain fixed directions. Thankfully, it didn't spell instant death for the cosmic ray instrument. The team has confirmed that it's been sending back data even after its temperature dropped to minus 74 degrees Fahrenheit.