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10 at 10 The Bottom Line 2

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In the second episode the guys break down five different KU sports as well as the most exciting weekend in the NBA regular season. All music composed by Lucid Vision. Follow him on Twitter, @MrLucidVision, like him on Facebook, or download all his songs for free at https://soundcloud.com/lucid-vision

Eight Innings with Sam and Shane

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Sam Davis and Shane Jackson record their first edition of “Eight Innings”. This will be a weekly podcast where they talk KU Softball and KU Baseball. As voices of Kansas Softball and Kansas Baseball these two will be traveling all over the country with their respective team covering every game. You can hear their broadcasts live as they happen at kuathletics.leanplayer.com Softball schedule: http://kuathletics.com/schedule.aspx?path=softball Follow Sam Davis: @Davis_Samuel Baseball schedule: http://kuathletics.com/schedule.aspx?path=baseball Follow Shane Jackson: @jacksonshane3

The Bullpen

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Kansas City Royals’ Pitchers and Starters

KU Men’s Basketball

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Preseason look at this year’s team

The Rush Hour 10.4.13

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College to professional football and basketball

Royals to turn the tides

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The Royals look to build off a solid start to the 2013 season

Dodgers sign Greinke in lucrative deal

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How do small market teams compete for players in the offseason?

The Upper Deck

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The role of general managers in sports

Baseball no longer America’s past time

Mike Trout and the Angels will try to play their way into the wild card conversation tonight against the Ranger.
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It’s as American as hot dogs, apple pie and….the NFL?

Missed Opportunites Highlight Kansas loss

James Stanfield went 3-5 in the Jayhawks loss

By Blake Schuster Twice in Kansas’ 8-1 loss to Oklahoma the Jayhawks had the Sooners in damage control — and both times the Jayhawks came up empty. In the bottom of the second inning, Kansas was able to load the bases with two outs. The Jayhawk lineup had been shaky all season — batting .248 on the year — but the top half of the order has been productive at getting men on base, and leadoff batter Tucker Tharp was strolling up to the plate. Tharp wasted little time in the batters box, ripping the first pitch he faced and sending it straight to the shortstop who promptly tossed the ball to first. Inning over….