KU-Notebook: Statistician Ranks Azubuike as Best in College Basketball

Scouting Sunday: ’21 Kendall Brown has versatile, athletic game
Brown has made several visits to KU, and we at Phog.net have published several exclusives on his recruitment as he’s continued to hear from the KU program. Brown also has a healthy library of film available on the web, whether it’s from his time at Sunrise or performances at DC Hoopfest, the Adidas summer championships or Team USA events

Analytics website ranks four KU hoops players among CBB’s top 15
Miyakawa’s formula ranks Kansas’ Udoka Azubuike as the No. 1 player from the last year, with Marcus Garrett coming in at No. 2. After a few other notables, including Cassius Winston of Michigan State at No. 7, Kansas’ Devon Dotson appears on the list at No. 10.

KU football offer felt ‘so surreal’ for 3-star DE Mandela Tobin
“The connection has just been really good,” Tobin told Phog.net via phone call. “I’m always talking to coach [Kwahn] Drake and coach AC [Andrew Carter, graduate assistant], and also coach [Chidera] Uzo-Diribe. They’ve all done a great job and I’m really liking what I’m seeing so far. I’ve even got a chance to speak to Les Miles this last week so that was a really good conversation with him.”

Analysis: Notes on the latest back and forth between KU, NCAA
The NCAA’s Committee on Infractions has requested a referral of the NCAA’s case with the University of Kansas to an independent review process, and the University has responded. That is the latest between the two sides in an ongoing dispute over a notice of allegations that was handed to KU last year.

KU requests separate hearings for football, hoops allegations
“[Kansas] agrees that referral to the Independent Accountability Resolution Process (IARP) is appropriate for the men’s basketball portion of the Amended Notice of Allegations (ANOA), Allegations 1-5,” Kansas’ response read. “KU does not agree that the football portion of the ANOA, Allegations 6-8, meets the legislated requirements for referral to the IARP.”

Clemson’s Dabo Swinney defends response to assistant coach’s use of racial slur
“I would fire a coach immediately if he called a player an N-word. No questions asked,” Swinney said Monday. “That did not happen. Absolutely did not happen. It has not happened. Coach Pearman was correcting D.J., and another player was talking to D.J., or D.J. was yelling at the player, and D.J. said something he probably shouldn’t have said. He said, ‘I blocked the wrong f—ing N-word,’ and Coach Pearman thought he was saying it to him, and he’s mad, and he reacted, and in correcting him, he repeated the phrase.

Colin Kaepernick’s signing would show NFL is sincere on race issues, says Carlos Hyde
“I think the NFL can start by signing Kap back,” Hyde said in his first comments to reporters since signing a one-year, $2.75 million deal with Seattle last month. “I think if they sign Kap back, that’ll show that they’re really trying to move in a different direction. Because Kap was making a statement four…

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