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Marshall reflects with BBB Integrity Lunch Crowd

Wichita State's Head Men's Basketball Coach Gregg Marshall shared a powerful message he gave to his team during their first team meeting, as he spoke  today at the Better Business Bureau's 1st Annual Integrity Awards Luncheon.

FHSU men's soccer picked 2nd in the MIAA

The Fort Hays State men have been picked by the MIAA coaches to finish 2014 exactly where they finished 2013. The Tigers were picked in the preseason poll tied for second with Northeastern State. Both teams received one first place vote. Lindenwood is again the preseason favorites.

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NCAA files intent to appeal O'Bannon decision

NCAA attorneys have taken the first step in trying to overturn the ruling in the Ed O'Bannon case by notifying the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that it intends to appeal.
    
Chief legal officer Donald Remy issued a statement Thursday, less than 24 hours after the papers were filed, saying the NCAA does not believe it violated antitrust laws.
    
A formal appeal has not yet been submitted.…

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WSU Picked First in Preseason MVC Poll

The Wichita State volleyball team is picked first in the 2014 Missouri Valley Conference Preseason Coaches Poll.  The Shockers received four first-place votes and 87 points in the poll.

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For What It's Worth: Flipping the Bird, Fans and KU Football

Is it written somewhere that every time you cut your grass your dog has to christen it by…doing his business? I mean do humans feel compelled to do the same on freshly vacuumed carpet? 

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Hutch product Ben Heeney named 2014 KU captain

The Kansas Jayhawks announced their three team captains for the 2014 football season. Voted on by their teammates, Hutchinson product and senior linebacker Ben Heeney, senior receiver Nick Harwell and senior safety Cassius Sendish were selected.

FHSU women picked 7th in MIAA preseason soccer poll

The Mid-American Intercollegiate Athletics Association coaches have spoken, and they think the Fort Hays State women soccer team is the seventh best team in the league.

FHSU's Kinberger resigns as softball coach

Fort Hays State announced Tuesday (Aug. 19) the resignation of head softball coach Erin Kinberger, who will become the new head coach at Saint Leo University in St. Leo, Fla., her alma mater.
 
Kinberger compiled a career record of 107-51 in just three seasons as head coach at Fort Hays State, helping the Tigers transition into a top-tier program, both in the MIAA and nationally.  Kinberger ranks…

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