Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine has a rooting interest in Kansas and Missouri playing annual sports contests again. He grew up in Overland Park as a KU basketball fan and graduated from Mizzou.
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine has a rooting interest in Kansas and Missouri playing annual sports contests again. He grew up in Overland Park as a KU basketball fan and graduated from Mizzou. Allison Farrand AP
Democratic vice presidential candidate Tim Kaine has a rooting interest in Kansas and Missouri playing annual sports contests again. He grew up in Overland Park as a KU basketball fan and graduated from Mizzou. Allison Farrand AP

Yes, Tim Kaine really tweeted that he would ‘broker deal’ to resume KU-Mizzou Border War rivalry

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