I got a wild hair and decided to volunteer to be Mike's backup. So I'll be doing these every now and then.
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KU notebook: Jayhawks struggle to pass; Bob Stoops compliments Clint Bowen | CJOnline.com
KU shifted its offensive philosophy to running the ball more. The Big 12’s worst rushing offense didn’t have success, rushing 36 times for 19 yards.
Perine adds his name to list of greats at KU's expense | KUsports.com
One week after Gordon was the talk of college football after breaking former TCU great LaDainian Tomlinson's 15-year-old, single-game NCAA rushing record with a 408-yard romp in a victory over Nebraska last weekend, the Oklahoma freshman Perine dropped Gordon into second place on the all-time list with a 427-yard effort during Saturday's 44-7 whipping of Kansas University at The Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.
KU's road losing streak continues | KUsports.com
Norman, Oklahoma — The Kansas University football team is now down to one chance this season to snap a road losing streak that has grown to 32 consecutive games and dates back to a 2009 victory at UTEP.
Stoops: Timing, pace, strength make freshman RB great | KUsports.com
It didn’t take Oklahoma football coach Bob Stoops long to realize he had someone really special in freshman running back Samaje Perine.
KU women rout Temple, 76-56 | CJOnline.com LAWRENCE — As forward Bunny Williams made her move to steal the ball from Temple’s Taylor Robinson on Saturday, three other Jayhawks formed a wall to block every passing lane. The pressure was increasing in a matter of milliseconds, just the way Kansas coach Bonnie Henrickson wanted.
University of Kansas Athletics - Self Talks Orlando Classic in Weekly Presser
You know, I think a lot of times coaches go through different moods where they're mad. Usually mad doesn't help you win. What you've got to do (is that) you've got to get better and correct (the mistakes).
Seriously, folks, Self wants 40-plus points | KUsports.com
You know, 40 points wasn’t really who we were, based on how we play. We played bad, obviously, but watching the tape, we didn’t play well enough for it to be a three-point game, but we played better than the score.
Trivia Strikes Back
Who was the last men's basketball player to wear #35?