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KU football coaches, players enjoying smoother start to 2022 training camp
When KU football offensive coordinator Andy Kotelnicki stepped up to the podium on Wednesday following KU’s second training camp practice, he still had his voice. That wasn’t the case when he was in this situation last year, as he recalled.
Go behind the scenes at KU football preseason camp practice with defensive players
KU football’s preseason camp started on Tuesday as the team gets ready for the 2022 season. Entering the season, KU returns most of its production on the defensive side of the ball. Per Bill Connelly’s returning production rankings in February, KU returns 89 percent of its production on defense, which ranks No. 3 overall nationally. Those numbers will be slightly different after some spring attrition but KU still ranks in the top 10 in total retiring production.
30 Days Until Kansas Jayhawks Football: BWR Q&A With Brandon McAnderson, Pt. 2 - Blue Wings Rising
KD: Can you confirm that it was your four-touchdown performance against Nebraska in that 76-39 win that made the Huskers want to leave the Big 12?
BM: [laughs] Well, I mean, I bet Bill Callahan had a lot to do with that. You know, the funny part about that game that I always come back to is that they played Texas the week before they played us. And that was Mack Brown Texas and Mack Brown Texas was like, “We're Texas and we're going to do what we want to do. We're going to play the same way, every game, you have to stop us.” They did not make adjustments.
Brittney Griner: Verdict expected today in WNBA star's drug-smuggling trial in Russia | CNN
Closing arguments began in WNBA star Brittney Griner’s drug-smuggling case in Russia on Thursday and a verdict is expected later in the day, her attorney said in a statement to the media.
Alex Jones: Sandy Hook family attorney exposes conspiracy theorist's dishonesty during brutal cross-examination | CNN Business
The jury hearing the case will determine how much Jones will have to pay the parents, Neil Heslin and Scarlett Lewis, who won a default judgement against him earlier this year. An attorney representing Heslin and Lewis has asked the jury to award $150 million in damages.
U.S. Senate rebukes Russia approves Finland, Sweden for NATO : NPR
WASHINGTON — U.S. Senators delivered overwhelming bipartisan approval to NATO membership for Finland and Sweden Wednesday, calling expansion of the Western defensive bloc a "slam-dunk" for U.S. national security and a day of reckoning for Russian President Vladimir Putin over his invasion of Ukraine.
Kansas Result Suggests 4 Out of 5 States Would Back Abortion Rights in Similar Vote - The New York Times
The referendum in a reliably Republican state shows which party has the most energy on the issue.
Boy goes viral after haircut leaves him looking like 'Simpsons' character
Twelve-year-old Nathaniel Glennen initially asked his mum, Johanna, for a cut inspired by Gargamel, the evil wizard from The Smurfs, but his family were soon left in hysterics when he was left looking like Homer Simpson’s boss.
‘Liberal’ Mark Kelly and ‘dangerous’ Blake Masters: Arizona’s key Senate showdown is quickly heating up
Now, his campaign to unseat Democratic Sen. Mark Kelly this fall will test whether the Trump wing is strong enough to repaint Arizona red two years after Trump became the first Republican presidential candidate to lose the state in 24 years.
Flathead Co. Sheriff seeking info into suspicious fires
The Flathead County Sheriff's Office is seeking the public's help with any information into suspicious fires that were started in the county.
'Batgirl' star Leslie Grace speaks out for first time after film is cut
“Querida familia! On the heels of the recent news about our movie ‘Batgirl,’ I am proud of the love, hard work, and intention all of our incredible cast and tireless crew put into this film over seven months in Scotland,” she wrote in her Instagram post.
Jennifer Coolidge Credits ‘American Pie’ With Getting Her Laid 200 Times
Bestowed with MILF status, however, Coolidge has moved on to what she considers the pinnacle of her career (so far): the wealthy, slightly unhinged vacationgoer Tanya in Mike White’s The White Lotus. To Variety, she called the role “one of the greatest things that ever happened to me,” and “a killer job that no one else thought I could do.”
Kristin Cavallari says marriage to Jay Cutler was 'toxic' and 'unhealthy': 'I was really unhappy'
"So here's my only thing because I have three kids with him," the Very Cavallari alum began. "I'm very careful about what I say — if you and I don't have microphones in front of us, I'd f***ing tell you — but that's their dad and my oldest Googles us now and I just want to be very careful. My mom never said anything bad about my dad growing up [after they divorced] and I really respected that and I want to be that kind of mom."