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Bowen: KU not focused on Big 12 race | KUsports.com
However, should the Jayhawks find a way to spring an upset in one of their final three games, that likely would play a huge role in the way the Big 12 race plays out. Despite that fact, Bowen said what’s happening at the top of the conference standings was the farthest thing from his team’s focus right now as the Jayhawks (3-6 overall, 1-5 Big 12) prepare for a visit from No. 5 TCU (8-1, 5-1) at 2 p.m. Saturday.
University of Kansas Athletics - Kansas-Oklahoma Football Game Time Set for 11 a.m., on FOX Sports 1
Kansas football will travel to Oklahoma for the first of back-to-back road games on Saturday, Nov. 22. The game, which will air on FOX Sports 1 (FS1), is slated for 11 a.m., the Big 12 Conference announced on Monday.
Big 12 recruiting scorecard - Big 12 Blog - ESPN
Kansas: Class of 2016 quarterback Dagan Haehn of Corinth, Texas/Lake Travis was on hand to see the Jayhawks capture their first Big 12 win over the season with a 34-14 triumph over Iowa State. The Jayhawks also offered Shawnee Mission (Kansas) East defensive tackle Kyle Ball.
Self: Mykhailiuk deserves to start | KUsports.com
“Svi has probably been as good as anybody in the last few days of practice,” KU coach Bill Self said of the 6-foot-8 guard who is listed as a probable starter for today’s 7 p.m. exhibition game against Emporia State after his six-point, three-rebound, 16-minute stint off the bench in the opener versus Washburn.
Self lists Mykhailiuk as probable starter for Tuesday's exhibition game against Emporia State | KUsports.com
Self said as of Monday he’d likely open with the fivesome of Frank Mason, Mykhailiuk, Wayne Selden Jr., Perry Ellis and Jamari Traylor. For the first exhibition game, he went with Devonté Graham, Mason, Ellis, Selden and Traylor.
University of Kansas Soccer - Jayhawks to Host Missouri in First Round of NCAA Soccer Tournament
For the sixth time in program history, the University of Kansas soccer team earned a bid to the NCAA Division I Women's Soccer Championship it was announced Monday afternoon. The Jayhawks will host the Missouri Tigers in first round play on Sunday, Nov. 16 at 1 p.m., at Rock Chalk Park.
University of Kansas Volleyball - Sunflower Showdown Part Two: KU Heads to Manhattan
The KU-KSU match will be televised on Cox Channel Kansas (channel 22), while it can also be streamed on K-StateHD.TV for those that don't have Cox. Brian Smoller (play-by-play) and Liz Wegner-Busch (analyst) will provide the analysis. Fans can also listen to radio play-by-play on KUAthletics.com, found under the Fan Central tab, free of charge. Adam Drovetta will have the call. Fans can monitor the action by following @KUVolleyball on Twitter.
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First College Football Playoff brings tournament atmosphere early - ESPN
Nov. 8 -- one of the greatest college football channel surfing days of all time, Oregon's Joe Walker (100-yard "fumble" return), Ohio State's J.T. Barrett, Baylor bona fides, Northern Iowa (ends North Dakota State's record 33-game win streak), Lane Kiffin bona fides (nice audible on game-winning OT touchdown pass vs. LSU)...
Forde-Yard Dash: Around the coaching carousel we go - Yahoo Sports
It’s that time of year in college football – jobs come open, searches commence, speculation runs rampant. Far be it from The Dash to stand in the way of all that. A rundown of jobs that are open or could come open in the next month.
Ed Orgeron says he's ready to come back to USC | Dr. Saturday - Yahoo Sports
"I will be a USC Trojan forever, and, I don't know what they're thinking, but the door to come back there is always open in my mind," Orgeron told the paper. "If the right situation comes up this year and they ask me to go back, I'd be more than happy to listen."
The Year After has arrived in college basketball ... so now what? - ESPN
For Wichita State, waking up means integrating eight new players as quickly as possible, replacing almost all of last season's trademark rebounding in one fell swoop. More than that, it means seeing what happens when Ron Baker and Fred VanVleet -- young men who experienced the basketball equivalent of the moon landing last season -- rejoin the mere mortals on Earth.
For Duke, Kansas, Kentucky and Arizona, it means waving farewell to brilliant freshmen (or keeping them, in UK's case) while restocking for another title chase. For UConn, it means losing Shabazz Napier to the Miami Heat and still believing you should be the favorite to repeat, even if no one else does. For Wisconsin, it means a once-in-a-decade roster that got a taste -- sweet, then bitter -- of the Final Four. For Creighton, it means life after Doug McDermott.
NCAA College Basketball Tournament Bracket Predictions - CBSSports.com
Jerry Palm predicts the teams in the NCAA College Basketball Men's Tournament for CBSSports.com.
Would Kentucky beat an NBA team? Even John Calipari says 'No' - CBSSports.com
Calipari isn't going to want to hear it, but this argument is something that's going to come up quite often this season due to multiple factors. First off, Kentucky's unusually loaded with talent this season. With nine McDonald's All-Americans, there are going to be guys on this team who have NBA potential and will still be riding the pine in important moments. It's Calipari's deepest Kentucky team ever, and that's something that college basketball truthers will mention as they make this argument.
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Brock Osweiler had "good laugh" at Peyton Manning staying in game - CBSSports.com
The Broncos backup quarterback was caught by cameras going to get his helmet before throwing his arms up at seeing Manning trot back on the field. But he says now there's no hard feelings about it and it's "a good laugh" getting caught on camera.
CBS apologize for airing Harbaugh comments - Yahoo Sports
''When coach Harbaugh finished talking about various things happening around the NFL and in the AFC North, he told the crew that it could now use what he was going to say. Inexplicably, CBS-TV then aired comments coach Harbaugh specifically said were not to leave the locker room. ''CBS-TV immediately pulled the video and apologized to the Ravens.''