News trickles in from time to time right now even with games on hold. Kansas basketball got some good news yesterday. Events continue to get cancelled as the Wuhan Chinese coronavirus continues to affect our lives and freedoms. The inappropriately named recruiting dead period was extended for Division I schools. And a former Mizzou football star got a deal after being out of the game for four years.
Here is your daily Dr. Feelgood…
– Marcus Garrett was named the Naismith Defensive Player of the Year.
IN THE NEWS…
– Major League Baseball cancelled the London Series scheduled for June 13-14 between the St. Louis Cardinals and the Chicago Cubs.
– The NCAA Division I recruiting dead period was extended through May 31.
– The Dallas Cowboys signed former Missouri LB/DE Aldon Smith to a one-year contract. Smith has been out of the league for four years because of problems with alcohol.
PODCAST: In the Sunday night podcast l discussed another Chiefs’ re-signing and a player lost, an exciting new home-and-home series for Kansas basketball, a Major League Baseball decision on when the season will start and an in-depth look at the current state of college sports and where things are headed after an abrupt end to the winter and spring sports seasons. Give it a listen wherever you get your podcasts.
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