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- Kansas Sports -

Svi ‘all right’ at point for Jayhawks | KUsports.com

“I think I did all right,” said Mykhailiuk, who finished with 10 points off 4-of-7 shooting (2-for-4 from three) in 16 minutes. “I was feeling good because playing point guard you need ball-handling skills.”

The Day After: Clawing the Grizzlies | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com

There's really not a whole lot you can learn from this game that you didn't already know. KU was simply way too talented for Montana and the Grizzlies, though willing to battle, simply had no answer for a much better Kansas team and did not put up much of a fight. There were individual moments and individual efforts that stood out, but, overall, the Jayhawks used Saturday's win as little more than a scrimmage against someone other than themselves.

Jayhawks Hit Road to San Diego State

No. 2/5 Kansas (9-1) plays its first true road game of the 2015-16 season when it travels to San Diego to take on San Diego State (7-5), Tuesday, Dec. 22, at 10 p.m. (Central).

Veteran Wide Receivers Coach Jason Phillips Joins Kansas Football Staff

"Typically in the air raid offense there are two coaches working with wide receivers," said Beaty. "With Jason joining our staff, he and Klint can join forces to provide us a great pair of coaches working with our players at those positions."

Women's BBall - Jayhawks’ Second-Half Comeback Falls Short, 66-53

Double-figure scoring from three separate Kansas women's basketball players was not enough to complete a second-consecutive comeback, as the Jayhawks fell to Washington State 66-53 on Sunday night, inside Allen Fieldhouse.

- College Sports -

Kentucky Wildcats loss to Ohio State Buckeyes just bump in the road | FOX Sports

Two of college hoops' bluebloods, No. 4 Kentucky and No. 7 Duke, lost on the same day. It was the first time in college hoops history those two programs lost to unranked opponents on the same day while ranked in the top 10.

Report: Texas remains Big 12's cash cow with Baylor coming on strong | FOX Sports

In the Big 12, the gap in revenue is huge, and growing. According to analysis done by CBS Sports, Big 12 schools averaged $99 million in revenue last year, but that figure was heavily skewed by Texas and Oklahoma. Six of the 10 Big 12 members came in under $88 million. Pac-12 schools averaged $85.6 million and ACC schools averaged $83.3 million.

Five things to know from the first day of college football bowl season - CBSSports.com

Here are five takeaways from the first day of college football's bowl season, from the Holy War in Sin City to some shocking victories.

Dabo's lost years: How Clemson's Swinney got back into coaching - CBSSports.com

Before he became the energetic head coach who led Clemson to an undefeated season and the No. 1 seed in the College Football Playoff, he was out of the profession and wondering if he would ever coach again.

It might be MVC title or bust for Wichita State after losing to Seton Hall - CBSSports.com

After four straight NCAA tournament appearances, including a No. 1 seed, two Sweet-16 appearances and a remarkable run to the 2013 Final Four, Wichita State is far from a lock to make the field of 68.

NCAA appeals class-action status of lawsuits to pay players - CBSSports.com

The NCAA and 11 major conferences sought help from a familiar court Friday night, filing a petition with the U.S. Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals to appeal the class-action status of two scholarship cases that want to redefine the NCAA's limits on compensating athletes.

- Professional Sports -

Blue Jays plan for all-dirt infield at Rogers Centre starting in 2016 - CBSSports.com

A Toronto Blue Jays fan from London, Ont. named Andrew Goodfellow, who is neither blogger nor reporter, helped to break the news that Rogers Centre was getting an all-dirt infield in 2016. How did it happen? Using Twitter on Wednesday afternoon, Goodfellow asked the Blue Jays's senior vice president of business, Stephen R. Brooks, what the latest was on the stadium's playing surface.

Broncos CB hadn't allowed a TD in 2 years ... until he faced Antonio Brown - CBSSports.com

Broncos cornerback Chris Harris came into Sunday's game having not allowed a receiving touchdown in two seasons. He gave up two to Antonio Brown in two quarters.

Jeff Van Gundy rants about intentional fouling 'farce,' and he's right - CBSSports.com

Van Gundy has voiced his opinion on the matter before, but not quite like this. There was talk of the NBA making these hacks illegal last season, especially in the playoffs -- hey, remember when Jordan took 34 free throws in a game -- and it was discussed when the league's general managers met in May and the competition committee met in June.

St. Louis approves $150M for new stadium; Goodell not happy with plan - CBSSports.com

The only question now is: Who would play in the stadium if it actually got built?

- Video of the Day -

LOOK: Monmouth wins again, bench goes Star Wars in latest celebration - CBSSports.com

And Santa! Reindeer! The most reliable thing in college basketball right now is the Monmouth bench.