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Father explains Greene’s 6-game suspension due to playing-time dispute | KUsports.com
The suspension, Jeffrey explained, had to do with his son expressing displeasure after being pulled from Tuesday’s KU-Michigan State game shortly after entering the contest in the second half. Greene said something to the coach after leaving the game.

Self plans to keep KU busy in Hawaii | KUsports.com
It’s off to paradise for Kansas University’s basketball players and coaches, who Monday through Wednesday will be representing the school at the Maui Invitational for the third time under head coach Bill Self.

Is this the week KU finally gets in the win column? | Pick Six | KUsports.com
Kansas closes its 2015 football season with back-to-back home games at Memorial Stadium. And for the first time since the non-conference portion of the schedule, people seem to think the Jayhawks might be able to get first-year head coach David Beaty his first career victory.

West Virginia likes to run the ball, take it away | Smithology | KUsports.com
After limiting high-scoring TCU to 23 points in a road loss last week, the Kansas football team will have to find ways to slow down a different kind of attack with West Virginia coming to Memorial Stadium Saturday (11 a.m. kickoff, FOX Sports Net).

University of Kansas Athletics - The 3rd Degree with Ben Johnson
Each week during the 2015 Kansas football season Katie Falco from Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will get inside the head of a KU Football player or coach during an episode of The 3rd Degree. In addition to being a KUAthletics.com feature, The 3rd Degree will also air weekly on Jayhawk Insider, Thursdays at 6:30 p.m., on Time Warner Cable SportsChannel.  Falco gives senior sophomore tight end Ben Johnson, a minute and a half to answer as many questions as he can in rapid-fire format.

Other Sports

What to Watch: Saturday filled with college football games that matter - CBSSports.com
I have some sad news for those of you who might not already be aware of it. Saturday is the last real college football Saturday of the 2015 season. I know, it kind of came out of nowhere, but it's true.

Stephen Curry leads Warriors to 14th straight win, 1 shy of record start - CBSSports.com
With a 106-94 victory over the Chicago Bulls on Friday, the Golden State Warriors are one win away from tying the best start in NBA history. At 14-0, they have tied the 1957-58 Boston Celtics for the best start after winning a title. The 1993-94 Houston Rockets and 1948-49 Washington Capitols are the only NBA teams to win their first 15 games.

Stephen Curry 3-Point Tracker: Curry's unbelievable pace continues - CBSSports.com
Amid the Warriors' 23-point comeback in their 124-117 win over the Clippers Thursday night, Curry scored 40 points to go with 11 assists, and shot 6-of-14 from 3-point range. The next night, on Friday, Curry was a bit more tired but still plugged in 27 points on 3-of-11 shooting from deep.

Bryce Harper, Jerry Seinfeld among Esurance MLB Award winners - CBSSports.com
Entertainers Jerry Seinfeld and Will Ferrell also won awards for contribution to baseball popular culture.

Jason Williams Highlights

The Ultimate Jason "White Chocolate" Williams Highlight Reel Is Finally Here
There is no shortage of White Chocolate highlights on the internet, but this latest reel was put together by the NBA, meaning it’s full of high quality video and more than a few plays you’ve probably never seen before. (Ed Note: Warden, how many of these would you call for carries?)