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KU Sports Hour

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Regular weekly podcasts about KU basketball and KU football from the sports staff at The Lawrence Journal-World and KUsports.com.

Wrapping up KU football's atypical spring

10 May 2018

KU football beat writer Benton Smith is joined by Tom Keegan and Matt Tait to discuss an injury-plagued spring for the program. They examine the unresolved quarterback battle, the Jayhawks' receiving corps, how Kansas will try and replace Dorance Armstrong, KU's cornerbacks and more.

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Lucky 13?: What KU basketball could do with its open scholarship

9 May 2018

KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait discusses what Bill Self might try and to do with the team's 13th scholarship. Plus: a look at the professional prospects of Lagerald Vick, as well as some of his former Kansas teammates.

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Full speed ahead into KU basketball's off-season

2 May 2018

On the latest installment of KU Sports Hour, KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait looks ahead to the NBA Draft potential for six Jayhawks, before diving into what Kansas could do with its 13th scholarship and what KU's roster will might look like next season, now that Romeo Langford is headed to Indiana.

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FBI talk and reviewing 2017-18 predictions

16 April 2018

On this episode of the KU Sports Hour, hosted by KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait, the KUsports.com staff talks about the recent news surrounding the FBI investigation into college basketball and how it pertains to KU. Topics include: Silvio De Sousa's playing status for next season, the KU roster moving forward and rehashing predictions from the 2017-18 season.

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Reminiscing on 2017-18 and NBA decisions

10 April 2018

On this episode of the KU Sports Hour, hosted by KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait, the KUsports.com staff talks through the recent NBA decisions by Malik Newman and Lagerald Vick and rehashes KU basketball's 2017-18 season.

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From Duke to Villanova: One memorable March Madness matchup leads to another

28 March 2018

On an abbreviated edition of the KU Sports Hour, form San Antonio, KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait joins Tom Keegan and Benton Smith to discuss the Jayhawks’ memorable Elite Eight win over Duke and provide some initial thoughts on the upcoming Final Four matchup between KU and Villanova.

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KU advances to the second weekend

19 March 2018

On this episode of the KU Sports Hour, hosted by KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait, the KUsports.com staff takes you back through the first weekend of the NCAA tournament. Topics include: Malik Newman's big game, Udoka Azubuike fighting through injury and KU's upcoming matchup against Clemson.

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NCAA tournament preview

12 March 2018

On this episode of the KU Sports Hour, hosted by KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait, the KUsports.com staff discusses KU's NCAA tournament draw, as well as the recent conclusion to the Big 12 tournament and breakout games by Silvio De Sousa.

The bracket preview begins at the 30:30 mark of the podcast.

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Giving out KU basketball awards

6 March 2018

On this episode of the KU Sports Hour, hosted by KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait, the KUsports.com staff discusses the Big 12 awards and hands out some additional honors to the KU basketball team — based off the Oscars. Topics include: KU-Oklahoma State, the Big 12 tournament and which Big 12 teams might be on the bubble.

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Reflecting on KU's senior class

28 February 2018

On this episode of the KU Sports Hour, hosted by KU basketball beat writer Matt Tait, the KUsports.com staff reflects on KU's 14th straight Big 12 title and on each of KU's three seniors — Devonte' Graham, Svi Mykhailiuk and Clay Young.

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