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    • Rock Chalk Talk

      43 Days Until Kansas Basketball: Recruits Visiting For Late Night, Part 2

      Yesterday we looked at the Class of 2017 kids visiting for Late Night in the Phog. Today we take a look at the youngsters, aka class of 2018 and 19 kids (many of whom, by the way, were born in the year 2000 or later. I’m old.) 2018 Bol Bol - F - Mission, KS (247 Composite Ranking: 12) The son of the late Manute Bol, Bol Bol has game in his own right. He measured 7-2 with a 7-8(!) wingspan at the Elite 24 this year. He is incredibly raw, and still looks awkward out there, but that is to be expected from a not yet 17 year old who is a 7 footer. He is just over 200 lbs, so he needs to add strength, but fortunately Kansas has the best strength program in the country. He’s going to be an incredible

    • San Francisco names Goodenbour head coach to replace Azzi
      Washington Post

      San Francisco names Goodenbour head coach to replace Azzi

      SAN FRANCISCO — Former Stanford star Molly Goodenbour is the new women’s basketball coach at San Francisco, where Jennifer Azzi abruptly stepped down this month to pursue other opportunities. Goodenbour’s hiring was announced Wednesday by the school with practices set to begin in the coming week. She returns for a third stint at the West Coast Conference school after serving as a Dons assistant coach in 1994-95 and 2005-06. A two-time NCAA champion at Stanford under Hall of Fame coach Tara VanDerveer, Goodenbour had just taken over the Cal State-East Bay program this past June. She has 12 years of college head coaching experience, having worked at Santa Rosa Junior College, Cal State-Chico, UC

    • MVC Unveils 104-Event Live Package On ESPN Networks

      MVC Unveils 104-Event Live Package On ESPN Networks

      Sept. 28, 2016 ST. LOUIS - Complete MVC Release  Celebrating its 110th season, the Missouri Valley Conference will have an exclusive 104-event package on ESPN networks during the 2016-17 academic year, Commissioner Doug Elgin announced today. The Valley, which enters the third year of a 10-year agreement with ESPN, will clear 41 men’s basketball telecasts on ESPN platforms -- ESPN, ESPN2, ESPNU and ESPN3. Another 63 MVC events -- regular-season baseball and women’s basketball plus postseason championships for women’s and men’s soccer, volleyball, indoor and outdoor track and field, women’s basketball, softball and baseball -- are featured in the package this year. An additional 450 live events