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No, just ignorant. You see, your crazy friend never heard of the food chain

Missouri River Breaks National Monument, the source of the Missouri River, comprised of Jefferson, Madison and Gallatin Rivers, THREE FORKS, MT Photo by: Visions of America/Education Images/Universal Images Group via Getty Images

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Reaction: Jared Butler, No. 2 Baylor blasts No. 9 Kansas
Baylor jumped out to an early advantage and led 41-28 at halftime, looking well on its way to a blowout victory. But Kansas, which made 10-of-19 shots from behind the 3-point arc, continued to fight back. Twice, the Jayhawks pulled to five points down, first at 56-51 with 10:04 left, then again at 3:19 when a Jalen Wilson dunk brought Kansas to 65-60.

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Three takeaways: Reviewing KU basketball's loss at Baylor
With the loss, Kansas fell to 10-4 on the season and 4-3 in Big 12 play. Kansas struggled in many aspects against Baylor. Jared Butler scored a game-high 30 points while going 7 for 9 from 3.

Photo gallery: KU basketball falls to Baylor Bears in Waco
No. 9 KU basketball fell to the No. 2 Baylor Bears, 77-69, in Waco on Monday. The Jayhawks trailed by as many as 16 points in the first half of the game before closing the deficit to single digits — and all the way down to five at two points in the second half. But the team was unable to get over the hump from there.

WATCH: Buzzer beater results in Baylor-Kansas bad beat
The No. 2 Baylor Bears entered Monday night’s contest against the No. 9 Kansas Jayhawks (10-4, 4-3) favored by eight points (nine in some places) in what figured to be a marquee matchup of the Big 12’s best. The Bears jumped out to a 41-28 lead by halftime, paced by guard Jared Butler’s 17 points, and appeared to have an easy double-digit victory in hand until the last second when the Jayhawks jacked up an all-time bad beat.

Bits o Chalk

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Eraser Dust

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Montana History Minute - John Colter

Alright I had the foresight to do this the night before and I’m glad I did because this is one of my favorite stories. John Colter was part of the Corps of Discovery. On the group’s return trip to St Louis, John was approached by a couple of beaver trappers near the present day Bozeman area and asked to help guide them around the area. After conferring with Lewis and Clark, Colter agreed and left the expedition.

Some time later, John was tasked with meeting the various tribes in the area to trade his fur pelts with them. After a successful meeting with the Crows, Colter and his companion John Potts were confronted by several Blackfeet warriors. They were ordered to drop their weapons and which point Potts shot and killed one of the warriors. He was instantly shot full of arrows and John Colter surrendered. He was stripped naked and brought before the chief.

The chief looked at the naked Colter and asked him if he was a fast runner. Colter lied and said no. The Chief gave him a 100 yard head start to run as fast as he could for his freedom. Colter took off sprinting as fast as he could possibly go. He ran without slowing for 5 miles as which point, with his nose profusely bleeding, he looked behind him and saw he had outran all but one of the Blackfeet warriors. He suddenly stopped and turned around and screamed at the warrior behind him who, startled by Colter’s sudden stop, threw his spear but missed. Colter grabbed the spear and killed the warrior.

He then ran to the nearby Madison river where he hid underneath a beaver dam all night in the chilly fall weather. The next morning, a cold and exhausted Colter came out from under the dam and walked the 250 miles to the nearest fort. He stumbled into Fort Lisa 11 days later, naked and nearly dead.

The town of Three Forks now hosts a yearly event called Colter’s Run where participants run across the harsh and uneven terrain that John Colter ran 200 years ago. Although today’s participants are mostly clothed.