Looking out for Number One: Andrew Turzilli’s finally a starter, and he’s playing to remain one | KUsports.com
I remember when Turzilli was recruited someone said they felt he could be a solid starter in a year or two. He was a bit of an unknown wild card at the time.
Jayhawks in search of elusive win away from Lawrence - KansasCity.com
There are plenty of good ways to describe the mood after a road loss; the feeling of getting onto a bus and preparing to return to Lawrence without a win. But after three-plus years on the Kansas football team, senior safety Bradley McDougald can tell you exactly how it feels.
Jayhawks well aware of road losing streak | KUsports.com
Hopefully the still play loose. No reason to let this be a factor considering the last road win was two coaches ago. A lot has changed.
Rich Rodriguez, Arizona face tall task at Oregon; Walkthrough - Andy Staples - SI.com
Rich Rodriguez can recite practically every line from his favorite film. This week, the Arizona coach offered a command performance of his most beloved scene that doubled as a spot-on commentary on his team's odds of beating Oregon in Eugene Saturday.
Stakes have rarely been so high for Clemson Tigers, Florida State Seminoles and ACC - ESPN
The stakes have rarely been so high in the ACC. Florida State and Clemson are not just playing for the ACC Atlantic Division lead, they're playing for their BCS aspirations and to improve the league's national perception.
Weekend Watch List: Arizona-Oregon might set new land-speed record; OU gets first test - NCAA Football - CBSSports.com News, Scores, Stats, Schedule and BCS Rankings
Time of possession? Arizona and Oregon couldn't care less about it. Dennis Dodd says don't blink when the two turbo-charged offenses drag race Saturday. Elsewhere, is Oklahoma for real? And can Florida State exact revenge?
Will Coach K, Duke skate again? Yes, unless the heat stays on Blue Devils - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com News, Scores, Stats, Schedule and RPI Rankings
It seems the NCAA has all the evidence it needs to hammer Duke. Gregg Doyel has seen it before, and has seen Mike Krzyzewski's program get away with it before. Maybe if the story doesn't fade, Duke will have to pay.
Camp player's mom: Gillispie verbally abused teenaged son often - NCAA Division I Mens Basketball - CBSSports.com News, Scores, Stats, Schedule and RPI Rankings
The mother of a teenager at Billy Gillispie's summer basketball camp claims in a letter to a top school administrator the former Texas Tech coach repeatedly verbally abused her son, according to a document obtained Friday.
Texas Tech officials failed Billy Gillispie just as he failed them - NCAA Basketball - Sporting News
Too bad things didn't work out, you wonder what would have happened had he never left A&M. He seems somewhat self destructive so it probably happens no matter what, but I'm sure he's thought about the what if.