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Notebook: 2022 Football Schedule Released

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Kansas volleyball confident, excited heading into opening-round NCAA Tournament match vs. Oregon |
Everything super-senior hitter Jenny Mosser knows about Oregon from her days at UCLA tells her that the Ducks will be a tough out in the NCAA Tournament.

But Mosser and her teammates, who will face Oregon at 4:30 p.m. Thursday in the first round in Omaha, Neb., believe the Jayhawks are a tough out, as well.

KU women's basketball turns slow start into blowout vs. UTRGV |
Said head coach Brandon Schneider afterward: “I thought in the first quarter that our players didn’t have the grasp that this is an opportunity of a lifetime for those kids at Rio Grande Valley, to come in here and get to play at Allen Fieldhouse. And they played with a lot more juice than we did. And we need to understand that, that it's a really big deal to get to play in here, whether it's one time or whether it's every game of your college career. And that brings a little something extra, you know, especially in the nonconference.”

KU Athletics: Calling off 2022 Kansas Relays 'the financially responsible decision' |
“As a result, it was determined that postponing the relays for another year is the financially responsible decision,” Beckler said. “We look forward to using the additional time to properly plan and celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Kansas Relays in new and exciting ways in 2023.”

KU football's 2022 schedule finalized |
After closing out the month of October with a bye week, KU’s home stretch for 2022 will feature alternating home and away dates. The last third of the season begins at home on Nov. 5, when Oklahoma State will visit Lawrence. From there, the Jayhawks travel to Texas Tech, face Texas at home, and then finish the season with a rivalry road matchup versus Kansas State.

Bits o Chalk

Everything you need to know about MLB's lockout
At 11:59 p.m. ET Wednesday, the collective bargaining agreement between Major League Baseball and the Major League Baseball Players Association expired. At 12:01 Thursday morning, the league informed the players that it had locked them out, beginning the game's first work stoppage in more than 25 years.

Giannis Antetokounmpo's 'sneaky' layup off glass lifts Milwaukee Bucks over Charlotte Hornets
MILWAUKEE -- As Bucks star Giannis Antetokounmpo charged toward the basket during the closing seconds of a tie game against the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday night, he knew he was going to have to get creative to score.

Notre Dame's Marcus Freeman leading candidate to be next head football coach, sources say
Notre Dame defensive coordinator Marcus Freeman, with mounting support from players and recruits, has emerged as the leading candidate to become the Fighting Irish's head football coach, sources told ESPN on Wednesday.

Eraser Dust

Living Robots Called Xenobots Can Now Reproduce, Scientists Say - IGN
Scientists who created the first living robots have revealed that the organisms, known as xenobots, can now reproduce, according to their study.

Annual holiday event returning to downtown Kalispell
The annual Downtown Kalispell Art Walk & Holiday Stroll is set to take place on Friday, Dec. 3 from 5 p.m. until 8 p.m.

Kalispell doctor resigns from UM residency program following criticism over posts about vaccine | Daily Inter Lake
Dr. Justin Buls, who promoted content about the Covid-19 vaccine that was flagged as misinformation by Facebook, and whose postings included syringes arranged in the shape of a swastika, has left as the Kalispell supervisor for the Family Medicine Residency of Western Montana program through UM. His outspoken takes on vaccines and Covid raised hackles with the community and raised questions about supervising future doctors.

Kim Kardashian Responds to Kanye West Reunion Plea Amid Pete Romance | StyleCaster
“Kim is furious with Kanye’s latest public stunt, because while Kanye may be out there confessing to strangers, he’s not saying these things to her in private—he’s making a big deal out of wanting his family back, but as everyone knows, during the marriage, he was never around and always in a different state,” a source told the site. “And he’s being seen with all these different women, too,” the source added, seemingly referring to Ye’s rumored girlfriend.

Seth Rogen was blindsided by ‘Adele One Night Only’ concert: 'Why did you do that?'
Seth Rogen appeared on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, Wednesday, where he discussed recently attending Adele One Night Only. The actor, who was heavily featured in the televised event revealed that the concert was much more than he expected. Rogen attended the concert under the pretext that it was a small and intimate performance. He had no idea it was a televised special being hosted by Oprah Winfrey. To make matters more interesting, he and his wife Lauren Miller were very high on marijuana.

Poll: As Supreme Court hears Mississippi case, just 24% of Americans want Roe v. Wade overturned
As the Supreme Court’s 6-3 conservative majority seems poised to uphold a Mississippi law that bans abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy, more than twice as many Americans (55 percent) say they want the court to reaffirm its landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade decision as say they want it overturned (24 percent), according to a new Yahoo News/YouGov poll.

Biden to promote new COVID plan that includes free tests, travel rules
WASHINGTON – Tighter travel rules, free at-home tests and booster shots are key elements of President Joe Biden's latest strategy to combat the rapidly evolving coronavirus.

Michigan high school shooting: Investigators reveal concerns about behavior of suspect leading up to the tragedy - CNN
On Monday, "a teacher in the classroom where he was a student saw and heard something that she felt was disturbing in terms of his behavior. And they had a counseling session about it with school officials, and a phone call was left with the parents," Bouchard told Brianna Keilar on CNN's "New Day."

Whitefish woman helps provide clean water in Africa | Daily Inter Lake
After graduating from the University of Kansas with a business degree, Rickels found herself feeling unfulfilled working in marketing.

“It was good work, but it wasn't exactly what I wanted to do,” she said. “I did some work with nonprofits while working with an accounting firm and made the decision that I wanted to be more involved with those kinds of organizations, especially at the international level.”

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