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Kansas Announces the 2022-23 Men’s Basketball Non-Conference Schedule – Kansas Jayhawks
Nationally ranked non-conference schedules are common for Kansas men’s basketball, and the 2022-23 slate will be no different.
Former Kansas Coach Roy Williams Named to the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame Class of 2022 – Kansas Jayhawks
Former Kansas men’s basketball coach Roy Williams has been named one of 10 members to the Kansas Sports Hall of Fame (KSHOF) Class of 2022, the KSHOF announced Monday. The Class of 2022 will be inducted Sunday, October 2, 2022, at the Kansas Star Casino in Mulvane, Kansas.
What stood out about Kansas’ Ochai Agbaji to Cavaliers in NBA draft
Ochai Agbaji is now a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Here’s a look at why that NBA organization decided to choose the Kansas standout.
These 4 Kansas basketball players could be picked in 2023 NBA draft
The Jayhawks have talented players on their 2022-23 roster who could hear their names called on draft night next year. But how many will be picked?
Around the Sports World
Big 12 takes big swing on outsider Brett Yormark for commissioner - Sports Illustrated
Amid the changing college sports landscape, will the league’s new hire work out?
Deshaun Watson’s NFL Hearing to Continue Wednesday, per Report - Sports Illustrated
The Browns quarterback began meeting with appointed disciplinary officer Sue L. Robinson on Tuesday.
Rob Manfred wants you to know: He doesn’t hate baseball, he wants to save it
In a series of exclusive interviews, the MLB commissioner talks about cheating scandals, rules changes and his plans to return the game to a crisper form of itself.
Serena Williams is out of Wimbledon, but it was an epic, incredible match against Harmony Tan
Seven-time Wimbledon champ Serena Williams’ return to the court didn’t end well. But there were flashes of absolute brilliance during her three-hour battle with Harmony Tan.
Perspectives from around college sports on NIL’s one-year anniversary
When name, image and likeness came into effect last summer, we entered a new era of college sports. But navigating that came with challenges, questions and opportunities for those involved.
The ‘Real’ News
After Uvalde shooting, Texas and Iowa governors each announce $100 million to try to help prevent another school shooting | CNN
After the deadliest school massacre in almost a decade, two governors have committed at least $100 million to try to help prevent similar tragedies.
Biden to NATO: U.S. will establish permanent troop presence in Poland
President Joe Biden said at a NATO summit in Madrid that the United States would send additional troops to eastern Europe.
Five Takeaways From Tuesday’s Elections - The New York Times
Democratic interference in Republican primaries paid off in some places but not others, election-denying candidates were halted in Colorado, and incumbents proved their staying power.
January 6 hearings: 7 takeaways from day 6 - CNNPolitics
The House select committee investigating the January 6, 2021, Capitol Hill insurrection reconvened Tuesday for a hastily scheduled hearing, featuring blockbuster testimony from Trump White House aide Cassidy Hutchinson.
Taco Bell’s newest food uses an oversized Cheez-It - CNN
Taco Bell is testing a new menu item with a beloved snack food. The fast-food chain hopes the creation can replicate the success of its Doritos shells.
Royal Chuck’s Entertainment News
'Hocus Pocus 2' trailer debuts - CNN
A first look at the Disney+ original movie "Hocus Pocus 2" is here.
Chris Pratt says backlash to Instagram post about his wife made him cry | CNN
Chris Pratt understands that social media trolling tends to accompany success in Hollywood, but he'd like to do his best to protect his family from it.
Howard Stern is considering a presidential run | EW.com
Howard Stern will consider a presidential run if Donald Trump is once again the GOP nominee.