- Kansas Sports -
The Kansas football team returns to the friendly confines of Memorial Stadium as the Jayhawks play host to No. 14/13 Oklahoma, Saturday, Oct. 31, as part of Homecoming and K Club weekend.
KU coach David Beaty has tossed a whopping 37 first-time players onto the field during the first seven games of the 2015 season. That’s an average of five per game and includes all Jayhawks who are playing at the Div. I level for the first time.
LA Times rates KU second in sending players to NBA; KenPom ranks KU #4, Maryland #24; Giles making last visit, to Duke; Marques Bolden still undecided, may be waiting for Giles to decide; Jarrett Allen to visit KU; Udoka Azubuike visited UNC last weekend
Held in conjunction with Homecoming and K-Club weekend, an array of former players are dusting off their gloves in preparation for the Fourth-Annual Floyd Temple Alumni game, held each year to honor legendary KU baseball coach Floyd Temple, at Hoglund Ballpark Saturday, October 31.
- College Sports -
The second year coordinator could not agree with Paul Rhoads' philosophy. (Mr. Ed says: What, Paul Rhodes doesn't like to saw wood?)
Baylor quarterback Seth Russell will undergo surgery to his neck and miss the remainder of the 2015 season. The decision comes after Russell visited a specialist Monday who recommended surgery, which has a typical recovery period of six months.
- World Series -
The Mets and Royals are set to meet in the 2015 World Series. Let's set the scene by telling you what you need to know about this year's Fall Classic.
The secondary ticket market is heating up in advance of Game 1 of the World Series between the Mets and Royals.