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Notebook: KU has had a Pretty Pretty Pretty Good Regular Season

That’s all well and good. But it’s not really your idea, is it, now, Marge?

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NCAA Basketball: Kansas at Texas Christian Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

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Kansas basketball will set Quad I win record, CBS Sports expert says
"Kansas is gonna set the record,” Norlander said, on CBS Sports HQ. “... Kansas is gonna finish with 16, 17, 18, maybe 19 Quad I wins."

Bill Self compares Jalen Wilson's 'will to win' to all-time Jayhawk greats
“Bill Self told us today at @KUHoops shootaround that [Wilson] MAY have the greatest win of any Jayhawk he’s coached & added that [Frank Mason] & [Sherron Collins are in that mix, too,” tweeted ESPN’s Fran Fraschilla. “Can’t think of a better (compliment).”

College basketball: Contenders and pretenders for the 2023 national championship
The NCAA Tournament selection committee revealed the current top seeds, which means it's time for our annual "Contenders and Pretenders" look at who will win the 2023 national title. This marks the seventh year for Contenders and Pretenders, and in each of the previous six, the national champion came from the "contenders" pool.

Don't Cut Bait -- Keeping David Beaty Is The Only Option For Kansas
Going winless in the conference, two seasons into his five-year contract, might be enough to excite the Kansas faithful to beg for terminating his contract. This isn’t Texas; no one’s begging for an immediate release. There’s a sense of patience, one which Kansas decision makers need to maintain not just for the next year, but ideally through the end of the contract.

Eraser Dust

Alabama’s Brandon Miller brought gun used in shooting, investigator says: Reports - The Athletic
Alabama basketball star freshman Brandon Miller brought his then-teammate Darius Miles the gun that was used in a Jan. 15 fatal shooting of a 23-year-old woman, an investigator testified Tuesday, according to multiple local reports. Miles and another man have been charged with capital murder in connection with the shooting.

Hawks part ways with coach Nate McMillan
The Hawks let go of coach Nate McMillan on Tuesday afternoon, the team announced.

Eraser Dust

Here Are the 10 Scariest, Most Bone-Chilling Stories You'll Read All Year
We’ve read your emails and dug deep into the grave—sorry, the greys—to find the most buried, most frightening stories submitted by you, our dear readers, for this year’s Halloween scary story contest. What we’ve unearthed are 10 of scariest tales of ghosts, demons, stalkers, and murderers that we’ve ever read.

Parts of northern U.S. shut down as major winter storm threatens historic snowfall
Severe weather is wreaking havoc across the United States this week, with residents across the Northern Plains hunkering down Wednesday as a massive storm threatens to bring record snowfall to parts of the country, while California contends with strong winds and sweeping power outages.

Seattle becomes first US city to ban caste discrimination - BBC News
"Caste discrimination doesn't only take place in other countries," said Ms Sawant, who is the only Indian American on the Seattle city council.

"It is faced by South Asian American and other immigrant working people in their workplaces, including in the tech sector, in Seattle and in cities around the country."

The Rolling Stones Reportedly Prepping New Album Featuring Paul McCartney And Ringo Starr

Columbia Falls legislator targets prohibition on pre-made Jell-O shots | Daily Inter Lake
The Business and Labor Committee held a hearing Friday on House Bill 455, which would lift the Montana Department of Revenue’s restrictions on the sale of gelatin cup alcoholic beverage products. Montana is one of two states — the other is Utah — where Jell-O shots are prohibited from being distributed out of liquor warehouses, said Mitchell, a Republican from Columbia Falls.

Flathead Valley High School Students Win Congressional Coding Award - Flathead Beacon
Ateam of three high school students from Code Girls United, a Kalispell-based after school program that gives girls hands-on experience with coding, technology and business, has been selected as a winner of the 2022 Congressional App Challenge, a nationwide contest that allows middle and high school students from across the country to compete to have their software applications displayed in the U.S. Capitol. Makayla Davenport, Emma Anderson and Isabelle Ashley, the three members that make up the winning team from Kalispell, who call themselves the Tech Trio, coded an app called “Found,” which is designed to help combat human trafficking, specifically in Indigenous communities.

Taco Bell favorite is making a comeback after almost 2 years off the menu with a new name – but there's a catch | The US Sun
TACO Bell fans are rejoicing as a menu favorite is coming back with a revamped recipe.

The restaurant is reintroducing its Cantina Crispy Melt Taco.