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Until the talent and experience level of Kansas football is upgraded dramatically, these types of games — especially against these types of opponents — are going to remain the norm around here.
“I have fun playing football,” Ogletree said. “I don’t have fun losing, but I definitely have fun playing.”
Hughes, a three-star recruit per Rivals, had California and Houston among the schools offering him a scholarship.
"I think Iowa State is the best, most balanced team we've played so far this season," Bechard said. "Our aim is to win the Big 12 title, and defeating a team like that is a step in the right direction. We can't lose at home, period."
The victory moved the Jayhawks to 8-5-1 on the year, including a 3-1-0 record in Big 12 play. Oklahoma lost its first match in seven outings, falling to 8-5-2 in 2015 with a 1-1-2 record in conference.
Major Dan Rooney, founder of the organization Folds of Honor, visited the team to impart some words of wisdom. Rooney, a KU men's golfer from 1992-96, was in Lawrence to accept a Distinguished Alumni Award from the KU College of Liberal Arts & Sciences.
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Maryland announced Sunday morning that it fired coach Randy Edsall.
"This has all kind of happened very quickly," Haden said. "I got a call that Coach Sarkisian wasn't at practice. I just learned about this about 1 o'clock [Pacific Time]. I called Steve. I talked to him. It was very clear to me that he is not healthy. "I asked him to take an indefinite leave of absence, and Clay Helton will serve as our interim head coach."
The reported violations center around former assistant coach David Saunders, who is accused of directing certain recruits to a specific ACT testing center and arranging for an ACT supervisor to either complete the tests for the students and/or alter their answers to improve their scores. Saunders is also accused of paying for one recruit's living arrangements for two years while the recruit was enrolled in a junior college.
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KU sophomore and Topeka native Jerrod Martin Castro was the big winner at Late Night, as he earned a $10,000 check from KU coach Bill Self after director of basketball operations Brennan Bechard hit his second of two half-court shots.
You'll never guess who hooked-up to save TCU's bacon at Kansas State on Saturday.
Against Oakland on Sunday, Denver cornerback Chris Harris Jr. intercepted a pass from Raiders quarterback Derek Carr in the fourth quarter. Harris ran the ball back 75 yards for a touchdown to give the Broncos a 16-7 lead.