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Oh I just can’t wait to be king!

NCAA Football: Texas Christian at Kansas Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

THE ROCK CHALKBOARD

The Kansas football team will report to fall camp tomorrow, Aug 1, and hold its first practice on Friday, Aug 2. KU will have 19 practices prior to the home opener vs Indiana State.

Jayhawk Slant reports that D-line help is on the way for KU as juco recruits look forward to joining the program as scheduled for fall camp.

Mike Lee is known for his hitting abilities, but wants to show that he can play in coverage at a D1 level as well during his senior campaign.

Former KU football player Kenny Bastinda has been charged with two felonies (assaults) as well as several other charges.

Kansas track & field star Bryce Hoppel will forego his senior year to turn pro. I had no idea there was a professional running circuit.

Andy Katz says Kansas is a favorite to make the Final Four (in basketball, obviously).

Scott Chasen gives a player-by-player breakdown of the Kansas basketball squad and where each player has room to improve.

Eight KU faculty members are being recognized by various entities for excellence in teaching.

BITS O CHALK

Michael Thomas just become the highest-paid non-quarterback offensive player in NFL history.

Northwest Missouri State and Pitt State will renew their rivalry at Arrowhead Stadium this fall, meeting there for the first time since 2013.

ERASER DUST

Was there a debate last night? I must have missed it.

The new suspension bridge is open over Kootenai per The Daily Inter-Lake.

A Lawrence developer has been found guilty of improperly disposing of asbestos.

Is aggregating a news story and passing it off as your own work OK? Most (all?) major news outlets do it, but this reporter is calling out Fox News for stealing his reporting.

If you own property in Kansas and haven’t contacted your elected officials in Topeka about the “Dark Store Theory,” then you must really love paying property taxes.

Just remember, things could be worse. You could live in Jackson County.