The Rock Chalkboard
The big news of the day is a bummer for the Kansas basketball program. News broke late last night that Andrea Hudy, who has been with KU since 2004, is headed to the University of Texas.
Kansas football now has a full class of 25 verbal commits for the class of 2020 following the verbal pledge of 3-star CB Tanner Hooker. Hooker chose the Jayhawks over K-State and Colorado.
In other recruiting news, a player out of Alabama who is both a 5-star basketball recruit and 5-star football recruit Tweeted that he received an offer from Bill Self. He also noted that he “will have the chance to play both sports.”
KU made a bit of a splash on Twitter with the announcement of Sam Burt earning a scholarship.
KU defensive line coach Kwahn Drake is with his fifth program in five years.
Now at LB, Azur Kamara is working on more than being a pass rusher.
Dorance Armstrong has impressed Cowboys owner Jerry Jones during camp.
This dumdum says Texas Tech will be better than Kansas (in basketball) this upcoming season. His primary reason seems to be that Chris Beard is a better coach that Bill Self. (Honestly, you probably shouldn’t give him any clicks.)
Bits O Chalk
K-State’s coaching change has resulted in a lighter conditioning workload during fall camp.
A man collapsed during a taco eating contest at a minor league baseball game and was pronounced dead upon arriving at the local hospital.
Everyone on a small plane that crash landed, included Dale Earnhardt Jr and his wife, are ok.
Jimmy Kimmel’s late-night show has been fined $395,000 by the FCC.
Colorado just set a new state record for largest hailstone ever recorded.
Leah Remini will wrap her Scientology and the Aftermath series after three seasons.
Southwest will offer a few more $99 flights from California to Hawaii in beginning in January.