Quentin Grimes Reveals Why He Transferred From Kansas
“I feel like Kansas was a good, okay, alright season for me,” Grimes told Katz. “I just feel like it wasn’t a good situation all in all. I feel like I just kind of had to get a new start, go to a different setting and different environment.”
One massive conference game for every Big 12 team
From September 28-October 19, Kansas goes through one of the toughest three-game stretches in the conference, traveling to TCU, returning home to face Oklahoma and then hitting the road to play at Texas. That’s three teams expected to contend in the conference this year and the Jayhawks have to face them all in a row. Brutal.
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Cubs at loss after pen squanders road leads again
"I've never seen anything like this," reliever Steve Cishek said. "I have no answers. I really don't."
'Not in shape' Nkemdiche released by Cardinals
- The Arizona Cardinals released defensive end Robert Nkemdiche on Saturday, one day after he arrived at training camp out of shape.
U.S.'s Manuel golden in 50, 100 frees at worlds
Simone Manuel completed a sweep of the 50- and 100-meter freestyles at the world swimming championships on Sunday night, becoming the first American woman to achieve the feat.
Alaska defunds scholarships for thousands of university students ahead of fall semester
Sian Gonzales found out he would no longer be receiving the almost $5,000 he has been awarded annually from the Alaska Performance Scholarship (APS) on July 9 — a month and a half shy of the first day of classes for his junior year at the University of Alaska, Anchorage.
Why you probably won’t actually get $125 from the Equifax settlement - The Verge
But the likelihood that you’ll actually get a check for $125 is increasingly slim — because the more people who sign up, the less money each person gets. In fact, there’s only room for 248,000 people to get that amount.
Sorry, childless millennials going to Disney World is weird
Ms. F—–G PRETZEL is right on this point. Millennials are indeed in an unhealthy relationship with Disney, having granted control of so much of their leisure time and personality to a single, enormous corporate entity meant for children. Want to see a movie? Let’s go to the remake of 1994’s “The Lion King” or 1992’s “Aladdin.” Want to go on vacation? Sure, let’s jet off to the new Toy Story Land at Disney World, based on my favorite film from 1995. While we’re at it, why not return to the safety and comfort of the womb?
Daily Inter Lake - Breaking News, Police seek child of couple found dead near Kalispell
Northwest law enforcement officials are seeking the public’s help in trying to locate a 2-year-old boy who is the son of a couple found dead Wednesday in an apparent murder-suicide in Flathead County.