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Twitter Mailbag #askRCBlog: August 1st

It’s finally August, which means it is almost time for college football. Despite asking for questions on Twitter about football and basketball, people mainly wanted to know about basketball.   Who do you think will be the starting PG? Frankamp or Mason? #askrcblog — Payton Peterson (@paytpeterson1) August 1, 2014 Well, I’d also like to throw Devonte Graham in the mix for...
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August 01, 2014  |  Discuss

Big 12 Basketball Power Rankings

West Virginia's up, Baylor and Oklahoma State continue to fall and Kansas maintains its spot at the top. Let's get to this week's power rankings. 1. Kansas 18-5, 9-1 Big 12. Last week: 1: Frank Mason: Ankle-breaker extraordinaire. KU's road loss to Texas last week seems pretty far in the rearview mirror. You can't respond much better than Kansas did. It went on...
Via Fox Sports Southwest
February 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas G Frank Mason Breaks Gary Browne’s Ankles (Video)

Lost in the Kansas Jayhawks almost 30 point win over West Virginia was this nasty crossover. Kansas’ little guard Frank Mason went barreling at West Virginia’s Gary Browne, and the result was this epic ankle breaking crossover that dropped Browne so bad he looked frozen on the floor. No word on whether or not Browne will need ankle supports for the remainder of the season.  
Via BlackSportsOnline
February 09, 2014  |  Discuss

Trey Songz Sitting Courtside at Kansas-Iowa State Game

Singer/Rapper Trey Songz surprised fans when he showed up at Wednesday’s game between Bill Self’s Kansas Jayhawks and Iowa State. According to the Kansas City Star, Trigga Trey was there to check out freshman Frank Mason who is also from Petersburg, Va. My youngin got a bright future! Keep your focus up, I’m very proud of you fmason0 — Trey Songz (...
Via BlackSportsOnline
January 30, 2014  |  Discuss

Kansas Remains Undefeated in Big XII

Frank Mason blocked the potential game winning shot from LeBryan Nash in the final seconds as Kansas outlasted Oklahoma State 80-78 in Lawrence. This highly anticipated match up did not disappoint as a 17 point Kansas lead evaporated thanks to great second-half shooting from the Cowboys, but Oklahoma State was unable to secure a victory in the end. The nation was waiting for the...
Via Morning Pickup
January 18, 2014  |  Discuss
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