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KU Jayhawks basketball: NCAA to allege major violations | The Kansas City Star
Level 1 violations carry some of the most severe punishment, including postseason bans and loss of scholarships.

Fearless Picks: West Virginia Mountaineers – Kansas Jayhawks – WVU | West Virginia Mountaineers sports coverage – Blue Gold News
West Virginia obviously has deficiencies, but Kansas has even more. The Jayhawks do have this game’s best player in Pooka Williams, and WVU can’t let him run wild. KU’s only win over the Mountaineers came in 2013 when the Jayhawks rushed for 315 yards. Provided WVU doesn’t let Kansas/Williams duplicate that feat, this is a win the Mountaineers should manage to obtain.

Countdown to Kickoff - Kansas - West Virginia University Athletics
Which Kansas team will West Virginia see today in Lawrence, the one that lost 12-7 to Coastal Carolina two weeks ago or the one that blew out Boston College 48-24 in Chestnut Hill eight days ago?

Report: NCAA prepping to issue KU basketball allegations notice
The Kansas City Star is reporting that the NCAA "is preparing to issue a notice of allegations that detail multiple major violations" to KU basketball, citing anonymous sources.

Perry Ellis joining KU men's basketball coaching staff
"Many People have seen Perry on campus this semester," Self said. "He is here to complete his internship hours toward his undergraduate degree (in sport management). Upon completion, in the next month, we look forward to him joining the men’s basketball staff as a video coordinator."

KU football vs. West Virginia: Preview & prediction
Carter Stanley was down to his last drive as KU football's starting quarterback, at least if the ESPN+ series chronicling Les Miles and the KU football team is to be believed. On the latest episode of Miles to Go, offensive coordinator Les Koenning appears to be speaking about the quarterback when he says: "I'll go one more series with him." That came after an early interception in last Friday's game against Boston College.

Issac McBride withdraws from KU basketball, Bill Self announces
"We are all disappointed that Issac made this decision, basically on Tuesday," Self said through a KU athletics release. "After discussing with his family, everybody came to the conclusion that this was not a good fit. We wish Issac the best."

Bits o Chalk

Seven Week 4 games that will shake up the College Football Playoff
Week 4 features what will be the most impactful lineup of games in September, starting with a trio of top-20 matchups: No. 7 Notre Dame at No. 3 Georgia; No. 11 Michigan at No. 13 Wisconsin; and No. 8 Auburn at No. 17 Texas A&M. Be very careful about eliminating anyone on Sunday -- the first CFP rankings don't come out until Nov. 5 -- but there's a harsh reality that some teams could see their bubble burst this weekend.

Brown out -- Pats cut WR amid off-field allegations
The New England Patriots released embattled wide receiver Antonio Brown on Friday, less than two weeks after signing him.

The Big Interview With Calvin Johnson | SI.com
He sees clearly and speaks plainly. He “won’t step foot in anything Lions-related” unless he gets his money back, but he isn’t bitter. He is sure he suffered at least nine concussions in the NFL, one for every season—a “super conservative” estimate, he says—but that’s not why he retired in his prime, at 30. If the team had been better he probably would have kept playing, but he is glad he left. He smoked pot after every game, to heal, but that’s not why he’s getting into the cannabis business. The 6'5", 237-pound receiver they called Megatron does not need a megaphone. Only a man who doesn’t need the NFL can tell you what it’s really like.

Eraser Dust

Women leave Montana town over border agency lawsuit backlash - ABC News
A woman who is suing the U.S. Customs and Border Protection after an agent questioned her and a friend for speaking Spanish in a convenience store said Friday the backlash to their lawsuit has forced them to move away from their small Montana city.

Harry Styles reels in Liam Gallagher with surprise £3k fish gift after M&S moan - Mirror Online
he former One Direction star was so bowled over when he met Liam earlier this year that he personally hand-delivered £3k worth of the rocker’s favourite fish.

Liam Gallagher used to wind up neighbour Jamie Oliver by shouting at him after the pub so much he MOVED
"He’d come to his window and be going, 'Liam Stop f***ing about, I’m getting the kids to bed' and we’re going, 'Just chuck us down a couple of bacon sarnies!'