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Top 5 games of Devon Dotson's sophomore year with KU basketball
Here's a look back at Dotson's standout sophomore year...
KU football's projected season win total set for 2020
Popular betting site DraftKings has set the over/under at three wins for the Kansas football team. The odds are listed as follows:
Over 3 (+125)
Under 3 (-155)
Devon Dotson posts video thanking fans after draft announcement
“After talking it over with my family and full support from my coaches, I’ve decided to enter the 2020 NBA Draft and pursue my lifelong goal of being an NBA player,” Dotson said through the release. “In basketball, this has always been my ultimate dream and my time at KU has prepared me. Although I intend to sign with an agent and remain in the draft, this is not a goodbye as I will always be a Jayhawk."
KU basketball's Devon Dotson declares for 2020 NBA Draft
After a season that saw him start 30 games and average 18.1 points, 4.1 rebounds and 4.0 assists per contest, Devon Dotson announced on Monday that he was off to the NBA Draft. Dotson announced the news on Instagram shortly before the KU basketball program sent out a release with the news.
Defensive end Deldrick Withers commits to Kansas Jayhawks
Little Rock (Ark.) Joe T. Robinson defensive end Deldrick Withers announced his commitment to Kansas on Monday. He is pledge No. 6 for head coach Les Miles and his staff in this 2021 recruiting cycle.
Tour de France postponed, no new dates set
After weeks of holding out hope the Tour de France would be able to go ahead as planned despite the coronavirus pandemic, the world's most famous cycling race was finally added to the list of sporting events called off.
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Arizona State lands top-10 senior Josh Christopher
Top-10 senior Josh Christopher announced his commitment to Arizona State on Monday, becoming the Sun Devils' highest-ranked ESPN 100 recruit since at least 2007.
WWE deemed 'essential business' in Florida, resumes live shows
WWE was deemed an "essential business" in Florida, Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings said Monday, allowing the company to resume live television shows from its Orlando training facility and Full Sail University in Winter Park.
Sources -- Panthers make Christian McCaffrey NFL's highest-paid RB
Carolina Panthers star Christian McCaffrey is signing a four-year extension, averaging $16 million per year, making him the highest-paid running back in NFL history, sources told ESPN.
Damon Harrison says he was 'hell-bent' to get out of Detroit
Former Lions defensive tackle Damon "Snacks" Harrison says he didn't want to play in Detroit and was "hell-bent on getting out" of the Motor City.
Rory McIlroy hopes to exploit lacking luster, 'hype' at Masters
Rory McIlroy sees a silver lining in the postponement of the Masters, the only major the world's top-ranked player has yet to win.
Trump lashes out in White House briefing claiming 'total' authority as president - CNNPolitics
President Donald Trump lashed out at criticism of his handling of the coronavirus crisis during a grievance-fueled appearance from the White House that featured a propaganda-like video he said was produced by his aides.
Pastors sue California governor over coronavirus restrictions on church gatherings - CNN
Three pastors are suing California officials over directives that have prevented worshipers from attending church service during the coronavirus pandemic.
China McDonald apologises for Guangzhou ban on black people - BBC News
A video shared on social media showed a notice that read: “We’ve been informed that from now on black people are not allowed to enter the restaurant."
Flathead County reports first COVID-19 related death
The Flathead City-County Health Department confirmed Monday the first death related to COVID-19 in Flathead County. The individual was over the age of 65 and was a resident of Flathead County who had had underlying health conditions, according to a news release.
Kalispell Regional Healthcare Furloughing Roughly 600 Employees - Flathead Beacon
KRH officials say the actions are necessary because revenue losses are projected to exceed $16 million per month, “which could jeopardize the organization’s ability to serve the long-term health needs of our community.”