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Les Miles: Kansas QB Jalon Daniels back at practice post-injury
True-freshman quarterback Jalon Daniels had a rough go of things in his latest start for Kansas football. Not only was Daniels sacked nine times — and picked off twice — in a 62-9 loss to the Sooners, he also got run into on the sideline after being forced to leave the game due to an apparent lower left leg injury.

Big 12 Teleconference: Three things Les Miles said this week
This week is an off week for the KU football program, but things continue to look different in the coronavirus era. Normally, players might have the chance to spend a day or two at home, but that comes with new concerns given the global pandemic.

Kansas offer big for sleeper DL Ahmed Hassanein
"I've been talking to Kansas a lot so this was a big offer for sure," Hassanein said. "I have a good relationship with the coaches and working on learning more about their football program.

Kickoff time, TV info announced for Kansas football vs. Texas
Yesterday, the Big 12 announced the slate of games for the weekend of Nov. 21. That included the Jayhawks' seventh Big 12 game, which will be played vs. Texas at 2:30 p.m. CT on ESPN2.

Kansas transfer Issac McBride eligible for Vanderbilt in 2020-21
“We are pleased that Issac was granted his waiver for immediate eligibility,” Vanderbilt coach Jerry Stackhouse said in a statement. “He has waited patiently for the opportunity to compete in game competition. We are thankful for the support of our Vanderbilt administration and compliance team throughout the process.”

KU basketball completes 2020-21 schedule, adds game vs. Washburn
KU basketball's 2020-21 schedule now appears to be complete. And the last opponent to be announced should be plenty familiar to KU fans.

Associated Press releases preseason college basketball poll
For college basketball, the 2019-20 season was a meal that left fans unsatisfied. With arguably the greatest annual sporting event in the NCAA Tournament canceled, all the build up from the season just wafted out the window.

Bits o Chalk

NBA, players' union reach agreement on amended CBA, with free agency set to begin Nov. 20
The NBA and players' union have reached an agreement in principle on the start of the 2020-21 season, as well as an amended collective bargaining agreement, the two sides announced Monday night.

Atlanta Falcons waive former first-round pick Takk McKinley
The fourth-year veteran also said that he requested a trade last year but Atlanta turned down a second-round pick offer for him then. Now McKinley is free to choose where he goes once he clears waivers.

Seattle Mariners' Kyle Lewis awarded American League Rookie of the Year in unanimous vote
Much like one of his lofty leaps at the wall, Kyle Lewis soared above the field.

The center fielder for the Seattle Mariners won the American League Rookie of the Year award Monday night.

Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa charged with DUI stemming from February arrest, court docs show
Chicago White Sox manager Tony La Russa was charged with driving under the influence after he allegedly ran his car into a curb in February, leaving it smoking on the side of a Phoenix-area road, according to court records obtained by ESPN.

Eraser Dust

NBA, players' union reach agreement on amended CBA, with free agency set to begin Nov. 20
The NBA and players' union have reached an agreement in principle on the start of the 2020-21 season, as well as an amended collective bargaining agreement, the two sides announced Monday night.

Supreme Court Once Again Considers Future Of Obamacare : NPR
Obamacare is back before the Supreme Court on Tuesday, with opponents challenging it for a third time. The first attempts to derail the law failed in the high court by votes of 5-to-4 and 6-to-3. But the makeup of the court is very different now, with three justices appointed by President Trump – among them new Justice Amy Coney Barrett.

Democrats try to learn from mistakes in US Senate races in Georgia - CNNPolitics
The Democratic Party is quickly mobilizing voters for two US Senate races in Georgia, applying the lessons learned from an unexpectedly poor showing in down-ballot races across the country to the contests that will determine whether Democrats control both chambers of Congress next year.

Ben Carson is the latest Trump official to test positive for coronavirus - CNNPolitics
"Secretary Carson has tested positive for the coronavirus. He is in good spirits and feels fortunate to have access to effective therapeutics which aid and markedly speed his recovery," Baker said in a statement.

Second stimulus checks: What does Biden’s win mean for second round of $1,200 payments? - al.com
President-elect Joe Biden won’t take office until Jan. 21 and questions around a second stimulus check now center on timing.

Kalispell police ask citizens to participate in camera registration service | KECI
In February, the Kalispell Police Department began partnering with the community on a camera registration project.

Homeowners or business owners in Kalispell who have external security cameras on their property are encouraged to register them with the department.

40 COVID-19 cases identified at Kalispell assisted living facility | KECI
Health workers at Brendan House, an assisted living facility associated with Kalispell Regional Healthcare, report 40 COVID-19 cases diagnosed among residents since last week.

Kyle Rittenhouse friend charged, bought him gun in Kenosha shooting
A 19-year-old Kenosha man has been charged with illegally giving a rifle to Kyle Rittenhouse, which the 17-year-old used to kill two people and wound a third during unrest in Kenosha in August.

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