Kansas Jayhawks News and Notes: 4.19.18

People are people so why should it be

Udoka Azabuike is still thinking about whether or not to turn pro.

The Kansas City Star reached out to Jay Bilas for his thoughts on the FBI probe into college basketball, who put on his lawyer hat and answered some general and KU-specific questions.

Construction has begun on the football team’s new indoor facility. It is going in west of the stadium and is slated to be completed by the end of 2018.

Here is your obligatory “the players and coaches are excited for the new facility” article.

Despite having 16 offensive linemen on the official roster, David Beaty says a lack of depth will keep KU from holding a traditional spring game scrimmage format.

Former Missouri Tiger and current Kansas offensive line coach AJ Ricker says the backlash from his hiring was surprising, and that he looks forward to the challenge of rebuilding KU’s offensive line.

The baseball team was thoroughly dominated at Wichita State yesterday in an 11-0 affair.

In other news…

The NCAA passed four new rules for college football on Wednesday.

Michigan transfer Shea Patterson has appealed to the NCAA for immediate eligibility, saying Ole Miss coaches and administrators mislead him for nearly two years about the depth of the NCAA investigation into Ole Miss.

Yeah, Cincinnati, the Reds are losing because of your manager and pitching coach. Right. Wait. Does this mean we can get Ned Yost fired now, too?

I’m not sure which state government is more embarrassing right now, Kansas or Missouri.

Source: Rock Chalk Talk

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