Aug 31, 2012; London, United Kingdom; A child stands with an American flag during the playing of the national anthems prior to the game between the USA and Germany during the London 2012 Paralympic Games at Basketball Arena. Germany defeated USA 54-48. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Fielding-US PRESSWIRE
Always feels a bit surreal to write/type today's date
Kansas’ Prinz Kande to miss season | KUsports.com
Bummer for Kande, but it could be a blessing in disguise for him. Seems this staff is high on him, this gives him two more years to play hopefully. Maybe he can fulfill some of those early expectations with a little more time under Campo and Co.
Turnaround at KU is in Weis’ sights - KansasCity.com
“Even if we would have won this week,” Weis said, “the way the game went down, we would have disguised a lot of things we did wrong in the game at the end.”
King: Kansas coach Bill Self speaks out on Billy Gillispie controversy -- men's college basketball - ESPN
Kansas coach Bill Self speaks out on the controversy surrounding his friend and former assistant, Billy Gillispie.
KU’s Bill Self on road pursuing point guards | KUsports.com
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self, who is recruiting a trio of point guards in Anthony “Cat” Barber, Demetrius Jackson and Chris Jones, met with Northwest Florida State sophomore Jones on Sunday in Niceville, Fla., and Jackson on Monday in Mishawaka, Ind.
Off and running: Big 12 eams embracing ground game, at least for now | KUsports.com
Kansas State, Oklahoma State and Oklahoma all rank in the top 10 nationally in rushing yards, led by the Wildcats with 612. Through the first two weeks of the season, all but one of the Big 12’s 10 teams are averaging more than five yards a run.
On The Mark: Week 3 - ESPN
Recap for week two from Mark Schlabach.
School: Billy Gillispie out on indefinite sick leave - NCAA Basketball - SI.com
Texas Tech coach Billy Gillispie is on indefinite sick leave while his bosses investigate allegations that he mistreated his players during practices.
Texas Tech Red Raiders' Jordan Tolbert says he doesn't want coach Billy Gillispie back - ESPN
"I don't," Tolbert said by phone. "I don't. Maybe I would for the assistants. I haven't put that much thought into it. There is a big sense of urgency. I don't want to play for him if he comes back."