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Notebook: Kansas Ready to Maul Football Season

Attempted murder! Now, honestly, what is that? Do they give a Nobel Prize for attempted chemistry?

Covid-19 Case Rise In Tennessee As Counties Continue Without Mask Mandate

Authorities monitoring online threats following FBI's Mar-a-Lago raid - ABC News
"Over the last several months, law enforcement officials across the nation have become increasingly concerned about calls for violence against law enforcement and other government officials by violent extremists," said John Cohen, a former Department of Homeland Security official who is now an ABC News contributor. "The search warrant at Mar-a-Lago has only served to increase those calls, adding to law enforcement concerns."

Trump took the fifth more than 440 times in deposition with New York AG’s office | The Independent
Former president Donald Trump on Wednesday declined to answer over 440 questions during a deposition with investigators working for New York Attorney General Letitia James’ office, instead choosing to invoke his fifth amendment right against self-incrimination each time.

A mom’s campaign to ban library books divided a Texas town — and her own family
Now, in the video that Weston found online, she was telling the school board that a local Christian pastor, rather than librarians, should decide which books should be allowed on public school shelves. “He would never steer you wrong,” she said.

Exclusive: An Informer Told the FBI What Docs Trump Was Hiding, and Where
The raid on Mar-a-Lago was based largely on information from an FBI confidential human source, one who was able to identify what classified documents former President Trump was still hiding and even the location of those documents, two senior government officials told Newsweek.

Man who built ISP instead of paying Comcast $50K expands to hundreds of homes | Ars Technica
Jared Mauch, the Michigan man who built a fiber-to-the-home Internet provider because he couldn't get good broadband service from AT&T or Comcast, is expanding with the help of $2.6 million in government money.

Tester announces Columbia Falls will receive $10 million grant | Hungry Horse News
Columbia Falls will see more than $10 million in federal funding to rebuild part of 13th Street West and Fourth Avenue West to better serve the high school and the new Glacier Gateway Elementary School.

Vanessa Bryant's attorney argues photos of Kobe Bryant's remains shared 'for a laugh'
LOS ANGELES -- An institutional "culture of callousness" led Los Angeles County deputies and firefighters to shoot and share photos of the remains of Kobe Bryant and other victims of the 2020 helicopter crash that killed the Lakers star, his 13-year-old daughter and seven others, a lawyer for Bryant's widow told a jury on Wednesday.

Serena Williams loses 2nd-round match in Toronto after indicating playing career is winding down
No one knows exactly how many more matches Williams will play before she puts her rackets away for good, but the 40-year-old American exited the National Bank Open on Wednesday night with a 6-2, 6-4 loss to Belinda Bencic.

Arkansas Razorbacks football still feeling like underdog coming off turnaround season
"In the previous years, Arkansas was always slept on, and we're still dirt under a rug," redshirt junior quarterback KJ Jefferson told ESPN on Wednesday. "Now, it's just getting back that workman mentality that Coach Pittman instilled in us, just that blue-collar, hard-nosed, put-your-head-down mentality. Nobody's going to feel sorry for you, and each and every one of us have bought into that.

Stock rising combo guard Jamari McDowell is down to four schools
“These are my final four schools and they made it because of the people and resources,” he said. “I’ve visited all of these schools except Kansas but I will visit them soon.”

Kansas football coach Lance Leipold reflects on Texas upset, what beating Longhorns meant for Jayhawks
"When you get to that later part of the season in November ... and you're 1 and 8 and you're going to one of the blue-blood programs of college football, there's a lot of times young men will just play out the slate," he said. "And sometimes, it's not everything that you want as far as intensity and focus goes. And for us to go down there and play and some early success in that game, much like we did against Oklahoma at home in October, I was so proud. We were able to get some momentum and gain confidence. And to see the guys, first of all, believe in one another, battle — Texas battled back, put it into overtime, but to see the really joy and just like any time you have a big win and then you can even embrace more that the locker room was starting to believe, believe in one another, believe in the structure and the plan of what we were putting together and then they went out and practiced like that the last two games.

WATCH: LB coach Chris Simpson, players Craig Young and Taiwan Berryhill break down new-look position room
Kansas football linebackers coach Chris Simpson is leading a new-look position group this fall. Last season, Gavin Potter and Rich Miller played the second and third most snaps of any defensive player and the most of any KU linebacker. Potter played 80.9 percent of KU’s snaps on defense last season while Miller played 77.3 percent of the total snaps. It led defensive coordinator Brian Borland to state that KU was down to the "bare bones" at the position.

TE Carter Nelson a new addition to the Top247
Nelson is about as good of an all-around athlete as you will find at the position in the Midwest.

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