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Recap: Kansas shows that they are still Kansas in a baffling loss to Coastal Carolina • LandGrant Gauntlet
Carter Stanley did his best impression of Patrick Mahomes by rolling out to escape pressure, and throwing deep on the run. There was only one problem: He isn’t Patrick Mahomes. Like, not even a little bit. His two ugly interceptions completely shifted the momentum of the game.

Podcast: Breaking down KU football's loss to Coastal Carolina
The Podcast kicked off back in July 2018 as a way of bringing you KU basketball, football and recruiting coverage in another format. Today's episode will focus on breaking down KU football's 12-7 loss to Coastal Carolina.

Pooka Williams says he had to humble himself after 'poor decisions' in offseason |
It had been 363 days since Williams proved he could be a game-changing running back for the Jayhawks in his freshman debut at Central Michigan. But Williams didn’t field questions from the media for the first time in his college career until nearly a full year later, following a 12-7 KU home loss at the hands of Coastal Carolina.

Kansas QB Carter Stanley: 'I let the team down' |
“That’s a game we should win 10 times out of 10,” Stanley said. “I give credit to those guys (the Chanticleers) — they had a really good game plan and some talented guys. Just being around these guys and this staff, we should win that game.”

KU basketball boot camp set to begin Monday |
hile it’s unlikely that Nijem will have much of an impact on Day 1 with his new team, one of the things Self liked most about his new, 28-year-old strength coach was his energy and enthusiasm and that figures to serve the Jayhawks well starting this week.

No. 11 KU soccer rallies past Purdue, 2-1 |
A pair of second-half goals propelled the No. 11 Kansas soccer team past Purdue on Sunday afternoon in the final match of the Boilermaker Challenge Cup. Senior Katie McClure notched her seventh goal of the year before sophomore Kailey Lane netted the game-winner, her second of 2019, in the 85th minute.

KU men's golf in 2nd place after opening round of Badger Invitational |
The Kansas men’s golf team sits in second place after the first round of the Badger Invitational on Sunday at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis.

Kansas volleyball drops UCF Challenge finale |
Kansas volleyball fell in straight sets (25-15, 25-21, 25-15) to tournament-host UCF on Sunday inside The Venue at UCF to close out the UCF Challenge.

Bits o Chalk

Delle Donne first in WNBA to join 50-40-90 club
Elena Delle Donne scored 25 points, making WNBA history along the way, and the regular-season champion Washington Mystics raced past the Chicago Sky 100-86 on Sunday.

Nadal edges Medvedev at US Open for 19th major
Rafael Nadal's 19th Grand Slam trophy went from inevitable to suddenly in doubt in a thrill-a-minute US Open final.

Brady all-in on Pats' signing of Brown, Kraft says
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is "a million percent in" on the team's signing of Antonio Brown, owner Robert Kraft told NBC on Sunday night.

Red Sox fire Dombrowski one season after title
The Boston Red Sox fired president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski on Sunday, and they will elevate senior vice president Raquel Ferreira and assistant general managers Eddie Romero, Brian O'Halloran and Zack Scott to jointly lead their baseball operations department for the rest of the season.

Week 1 NFL takeaways - Early concern for the Browns and Falcons?
he Chiefs will have to play without receiver Tyreek Hill for a portion of the season because of an injured collarbone and sternum. The Chiefs have some depth at receiver after last year's signing of Sammy Watkins as a free agent and drafting Mecole Hardman in the second round in April. That depth will be tested against the Raiders next week and until Hill's return, but Watkins (9 catches, 198 yards, 3 TDs) looked like he can finally fill the No. 1 receiver role. -- Adam Teicher

Eraser Dust

Daily Inter Lake - Local, International company to hire 250 employees in Kalispell
SoClean, an international medical supply company, is opening its second North American location in Kalispell in October and eventually anticipates having a workforce of “upwards of 250 or more employees.”

Donald Trump launches Twitter spar with John Legend, Chrissy Teigen
President Donald Trump targeted singer John Legend and TV/social media personality Chrissy Teigen online Sunday night after Legend was featured in MSNBC's final installment of Lester Holt's "Justice For All" series, a report about the criminal justice system.

'Grand Bahama right now is dead': A firsthand look at Dorian's destruction - CNN
It's been almost a week since Hurricane Dorian ravaged the Bahamas, but the deadly hurricane continues to haunt those of us who rode out the storm here.

This Is What A 20-Pound Brisket Sandwich Looks Like
Here we are again. I have to say, I'm truly impressed by my steadfast ability to tackle these giant dishes. In the past year, I've tried a giant taco, giant hot chocolate, and a giant lobster roll (to name a few). Of all these things, this latest one has got to be my favorite.

‘Someone’s Gotta Tell the Freakin’ Truth’: Jerry Falwell’s Aides Break Their Silence - POLITICO Magazine
More than two dozen current and former high-ranking Liberty University officials and close associates of Falwell spoke to me or provided documents for this article, opening up—for the first time at an institution so intimately associated with the Falwell family—about what they’ve experienced and why they don’t think he’s the right man to lead Liberty University or serve as a figurehead in the Christian conservative movement.