Jayhawks share early impressions of transfer guard Remy Martin
The point guard in question was Remy Martin, who transferred to Kansas from Arizona State after initially declaring for the NBA Draft. At his last stop, Martin produced in big ways. As a sophomore, he averaged close to 13 points and five assists per game. In his junior and senior seasons, he hovered around marks of 19 points, four assists, and three boards per contest.
Boot camp underway for KU men's basketball
KU basketball's boot camp workouts, a tradition under coach Bill Self, kicked off this week. The workouts are a test of stamina, endurance and conditioning, as players run, jump and slide all over the practice court for an extended amount of time — which can be made even longer if every player on the team isn't able to make their times getting up and down the court.
KU basketball releases 2021-22 conference schedule
A month after Late Night in the Phog tips off Oct. 1, the Jayhawks will have an exhibition contest against Emporia State on Nov. 3. Kansas will open the regular season with the Champions Classic on Nov. 9.
Where KU basketball's class-of-2022 commits landed in updated rankings
Kansas' three commitments, to date, are five-star Composite wing MJ Rice (grade of 97), four-star guard Gradey Dick (grade of 96) and four-star forward Zuby Ejiofor (grade of 96).
College basketball's biggest impact transfers for 2021-22
Each of the projected top teams in the country should get at least a small boost from a transfer, and they're hardly alone. This year, landing an elite transfer class is the new elite recruiting class, and potentially an even bigger deal when it comes to which teams will still be left standing in April.
Noel and Liam Gallagher's estranged dad could be left homeless after bitter legal dispute - Mirror Online
Noel and Liam Gallagher's estranged dad has revealed that he could be left homeless after becoming the victim of an alleged property "fraud".
Incredible 57-Point Whitetail Buck Shot in Kentucky | Field & Stream
Derek Settle solo hunted a monster buck that’s sure to make the record books and is quite possibly the biggest buck ever taken in Kentucky—a state that is known for its booners. Settle says the impressive whitetail has at least 57 scorable points and rough-scored it at 289 5/8 inches B&C. The rack is still in the drying phase before it can be officially scored B&C. Settle was able to get an official SCI Green Score on the incredible buck, which came in at a whopping 311 2/8 inches.
OSHA likely to struggle to enforce Biden vaccine mandate
The Occupational Health and Safety Administration is likely to face difficulty enforcing President Joe Biden’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate and may have to rely on publicly shaming companies, a tactic popularized during the Obama era.
Schools Are Seeing Shortages of Bus Drivers, Cafeteria Workers and Other Essential Roles - The New York Times
Just weeks into the new year, schools are struggling to fill jobs. Low pay, few benefits and erratic schedules are keeping workers away.
West Reserve upgrades come with $68M price tag | Daily Inter Lake
A cost summary of the full slate of recommended improvements between Hutton Ranch and U.S. 2 estimates intersection improvements at $20.7 million and roadway widening at roughly $47.7 million, for a total of $68.4 million.
Inaugural Whitefish Songwriter Festival Debuts This Weekend - Flathead Beacon
In addition to the rising star shows and hit songwriter showcases, other events include songwriter interviews at 10:30 a.m. on Friday and Saturday in Fleur Bake Shop and the Glacier Bank-sponsored “Songwriters in the Park” at Depot Park on Saturday from 1 to 3 p.m. The events are free to the public and offer a chance to bring little ones, family and friends to the festival.
Trump's election fraud claims pose risks for GOP in midterms | TheHill
Former President Trump's insistence on spreading unfounded claims of election fraud is threatening to hurt the Republican Party in the upcoming 2021 and 2022 elections.
‘Study Newsom’s playbook’: what Democrats – and Republicans – can learn from California’s recall | US politics | The Guardian
t was anger over Gavin Newsom’s pandemic restrictions that ultimately put a recall vote on the ballot. But the California governor doubled down, placing his coronavirus policies at the heart of his campaign and casting his leading opponent – the anti-mask, anti-vaccine rightwing radio host Larry Elder – as a dangerous proxy for Trump.