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Jayhawks can't stop Denzel Valentine, fall to Michigan State | KUsports.com
“It’s a disappointing loss. We had the game,” Self said. “We have to recover from it. I am leaving here pretty (ticked) off because I don’t think our guys, me, everybody involved in our program did as good a job as we could. If we did I think we could have pulled this one, off.”
Michigan State's Valentine joins good company with great night | KUsports.com
“He’s like Draymond (Green, now with Golden State Warriors),” Michigan State coach Tom Izzo said. “There’s a million things that he’s not good enough at, but winning is something he’s good enough at. Work ethic is something he’s good enough at. Basketball IQ is something he’s good enough at. Those things just won us a big game.
Beaty, Jayhawks Talk West Virginia
Kansas (0-10, 0-7 Big 12) defeated the Mountaineers (5-4, 2-4 Big 12) in their only trip to Lawrence since joining the Big 12 Conference, and looks for its first win of the 2015 season with an 11 a.m. kickoff.
Beaty: ‘Click’s starting to happen’ with Jayhawks | KUsports.com
“In the meeting and as we went out to practice, I think that you can see the click’s starting to happen a little bit with the whole team,” said KU coach David Beaty, whose Jayhawks sit at 0-10 overall and 0-7 in the Big 12 heading into their final homestand of the season. “And it’s almost hard to believe, but, man, those guys have gone out there every week, every single week, and they have practiced their tails off.”
After 2013 loss to Kansas, WVU looks for different outcome (Nov 17, 2015) | FOX Sports
The 2013 loss ''was the worst feeling of my freshman year,'' said West Virginia running back Wendell Smallwood. ''We knew we could have beat that team but felt like we gave it to them.''
Thon Maker intrigued by KU | KUsports.com
“For Thon it’s intriguing to see how the frontline shapes up, who stays, and how things play out with Cheick (Diallo, not yet cleared for participation by NCAA).
Women's BBall - Kansas Concludes Four-Game Homestand with Memphis
Kansas women's basketball concludes its four-game homestand to start its 2015-16 campaign with Memphis on Thursday, Nov. 19 at 7 p.m., inside Allen Fieldhouse.
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#FreeDiallo: NCAA running amok in eligibility cases | FOX Sports
But the more complicated aspect is when you look at this singular case and think about what it means for student-athletes down the road, what it says about the NCAA’s guilty-until-proven-innocent view of initial eligibility and how the initial eligibility process may run afoul of the constitutional rights of student-athletes and their families.
Bottom 10 -- Miami's back, but not in a good way
I have great news. The Nayhawks almost beat TCU. I also have not as great news. They still lost.
The Bottom 25 -- Week 11: Time to make a championship statement - CBSSports.com
Like Oregon State, the Jayhawks are also likely to finish as Power Five teams in The Bottom 10.
Buddy Hield leads the way as Oklahoma clips Memphis - CBSSports.com
The Oklahoma Sooners picked up a nice win in Memphis on Tuesday, clipping the Tigers 84-78 in a fun, up-tempo game. However, one player was the difference. Buddy Hield scored 30 points for the Sooners, and showed off a much better off-the-dribble game in the halfcourt than we've seen in the past.
Tulsa topples No. 9 Wichita State, announces itself as AAC contender - CBSSports.com
Lacking a big out-of-conference win won't hinder Tulsa from making an NCAA Tournament run this season, as the Golden Hurricane outlasted Wichita State 77-67.
Judging the College Football Playoff Rankings: TCU takes too big a hit - CBSSports.com
I know there are questions about the Horned Frogs with health concerns surrounding both quarterback Trevone Boykin and receiver Josh Doctson. And I know we both saw how scary things can get for TCU when they lose Boykin, as Kansas gave the Frogs quite the problem last week. But No. 18? Does this team really deserve to drop three spots this week? (Mr. Ed says: In a word? Yes.)