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Game highlights of Kansas 2021 receiver commit Majik Rector
The above video features highlights of 2021 three-star receiver and Kansas commit Majik Rector in Lancaster (Texas) High School's 64-20 home-opening victory against Mesquite (Texas) West Mesquite.

'That's who he is': Carter Stanley resilient in win over BC
Amidst calls from fans for several backup options at quarterback — including some for Miles' son, Manny Miles, but most for JUCO transfer Thomas MacVittie — senior Carter Stanley threw for three touchdowns and led the KU offense in a 48-24 win over Boston College on Friday. The win, which pushed the Jayhawks to 2-1 on the year, featured many traditional quarterback highlights — namely Stanley's touchdown passes — but it also featured the types of plays Stanley is specifically known for by his teammates

Kansas places second at Open Water Championship – Kansas Jayhawks
Kansas swimming and diving took home the second-place team honor on Saturday in the fourth-annual College Swimming Coaches Association of America (CSCAA) Open Water Championship at Lone Star Lake.

Jayhawks back in action at Sunflower Invitational – Kansas Jayhawks
The Kansas women’s golf team has a quick turnaround and takes on in-state rival and Big-12 foe the Kansas State Wildcats at the Marilynn Smith Sunflower Invitational in Manhattan, Kansas.

Ramsey's road: A dog, a chain and a fast path to becoming the strength coach at Kansas |
During one of their first meetings, Nijem asked what it would take to complete the master's program in a single year. Coburn smiled and said it was “extremely difficult, if not impossible, to get through it that fast.”

Jayhawks spread the field to unlock offense's potential |
Miles and his staff didn’t completely toss out formations featuring a fullback and/or one or more tight ends. But the changes the coaches made seemed to catch BC’s defensive players off guard.

Bits o Chalk

Sources -- NFL starts review as Shepard concussed
The NFL and NFLPA have initiated a standard review of concussion protocols after New York Giants receiver Sterling Shepard suffered a concussion last Sunday and was allowed to finish the game, league sources told ESPN on Saturday.

Source -- NFL, Taylor to meet Monday about Brown
The NFL's meeting with Britney Taylor regarding sexual assault allegations against New England Patriots wide receiver Antonio Brown is set for Monday, a source confirmed with ESPN.

Sandwich delivery fuels Iowa through 2-hour delay
Coach Kirk Ferentz said that during the second lightning delay, which spanned 2 hours, 6 minutes, Iowa's managers left Jack Trice Stadium and scoured the area for sandwiches. Helped by a police escort, they brought back about 60 sandwiches for the Hawkeyes players from three different local eateries.

USC vs. BYU - Game Recap - September 14, 2019 - ESPN
BYU should be getting accustomed to coming from behind to beat traditional powers.

Bad penalties, worse coaching decisions and more in weird Week 3
It's hard to win football games. Coaches talk about this all the time, usually to explain why fans should take some 40-point underdog seriously, but it's still probably true. At least, it was Saturday.

Source -- Brown travels with Patriots on Miami trip
Wide receiver Antonio Brown traveled with the New England Patriots for the team's game against the Miami Dolphins, according to a source, putting him in position to make his Patriots debut Sunday at Hard Rock Stadium.

Florida QB Franks expected to miss rest of season
"They feel pretty certain that there was a break with the dislocation and he'll be done for the season," Florida coach Dan Mullen told reporters after the game.

Eraser Dust

‘People Actively Hate Us’: Inside the Border Patrol’s Morale Crisis - The New York Times
Overwhelmed by desperate migrants and criticized for mistreating the people in their care, many agents have grown defensive, insular and bitter.

Liam Gallagher interview: ‘Noel thinks he’s Pink Floyd, but really it’s the Lighthouse Family’
In an antiques-stuffed suite at Helsinki’s grandest hotel, Liam Gallagher is doing laps of the coffee table. His arms are swishing like a swimmer, his mouth’s agape in a fishy pout. I’d made the mistake of asking if he’d ever been to the Finnish capital before, either in the 15 years he spent touring the world with Oasis, or in the decade since the band’s split (first with Beady Eye, then as a solo artist). He’d promptly leapt to his feet. Even before an audience of one on a Saturday morning, this diehard rock’n’roll star can’t help but perform.

10-year-old girl contracts brain eating amoeba while swimming
A weekend swim left a young girl fighting for her life when she contracted a brain-eating amoeba with a 97% fatality rate.

Saudi Arabia oil field attack a game-changer in Gulf confrontation - CNN
The attack on the world's largest oil processing plant early Saturday morning is a dramatic escalation in the confrontation between Iran and Saudi Arabia -- even if the Iranians didn't fire the drones or missiles responsible.

'We're Tightening Our Belt': Trump's Midwest Support Tested As Farmers Struggle : NPR
Farmers in the rural Midwest say they are struggling because of President Trump's ongoing trade war and a recent decision the president made on renewable fuels made from corn and soybeans that benefits the oil industry.

Daily Inter Lake - Local News, Flathead Lake Lodge to host critically ill children
Twenty children with life-threatening medical conditions and their families will enjoy an all-expenses stay at the lodge from June 7-14, 2020. During the Week of Hope, they’ll enjoy all the amenities the ranch has to offer, including sailing, horseback riding, mountain biking and more