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Kansas Jayhawks News and Notes 9.25.13

Kansas Jayhawks News and Notes 9.25.13

John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Kansas Jayhawks News and Notes 9.25.13

Kansas Football

KU football still tinkering with trial and error of faster tempo on both offense and defense |

I'm all for practicing against a faster paced offense, since we will see that much more often in the Big 12, bit has anyone actually looked back and seem how the faster pace has translated into production for us?

Close KU football victories haven’t meant momentum -

This really needs to change...  Unfortunately I remember the hope I felt after each of those close wins.

Kansas Basketball

Former Jayhawk Aldrich signs with NBA's Knicks |

I hadn't realized Aldrich shuffled around the league that much. I hope he can stick.

NBA: Projecting 2014 and 2015 first rounders - ESPN

Insider piece, so I couldn't read it. But the abstract made it look mildly interesting.

Construction on KU building for Naismith’s basketball rules won’t start until spring -

Should definitely add to the Gameday atmosphere.  Was trying to find an artist rendering, but no luck.


Hard-earned goal: In quest to play, KU soccer's Salazar tackles grueling course load |

KU women win Sunflower Invitational golf |

Chat: Chat with Jake Trotter - SportsNation - ESPN

NCAA to reduce penalties against Penn State regarding Jerry Sandusky child sexual abuse matter - ESPN

Reduced sanctions against Penn State Nittany Lions is NCAA's tacit acknowledgment it originally overreached - ESPN

Reducing scholarship sanctions reveals more about NCAA enforcement than Penn State Nittany Lions behavior - ESPN

"Mad Men" and West Virginia both slink into the Bottom 10 feeling the burn of being shut out - ESPN

Big 12 football assessments at the quarter mark - ESPN

Nate Burleson of Detroit Lions suffers broken arm in car accident | Audibles -

Gonzaga, Georgetown break into top 20 college hoops programs | One And One -

Idiot of the day:

Take a hint: Don’t represent yourself in a criminal case -