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Ray Bechard named National Coach of the Year

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- Kansas Sports -

KU Frontcourt’s Second-Half Attack Fuels 78-53 Win Over UC Irvine

Senior Perry Ellis led the charge with 14 points, 13 in the second half, as the frontcourt players of No. 2 Kansas accounted for 30 of the team's 50 points over the final 20 minutes to claim a 78-53 win over UC Irvine Tuesday night inside Allen Fieldhouse.

Hunter Mickelson shows off moves in KU victory | KUsports.com

“We were able to get the runout and the ball to Devonté. He has great court vision. Through contact and getting it on the glass it was able to go in,” Mickelson said of his bucket.

Notebook: No. 1 versus No. 2 on the horizon? | KUsports.com

Nos. 1 and 2 have squared off just once in the history of Allen. No. 2 Missouri beat No. 1 KU, 77-71, in 1990.

Top recruit Josh Jackson still considering KU | KUsports.com

Jackson, a 6-8 senior from Prolific Prep in Napa Valley, California, said he’s considering “Michigan State, Arizona, Kansas, UNLV and Maryland.”

PrepVolleyball.com Names Bechard National Coach of the Year, Three Jayhawk All-Americans

PrepVolleyball.com selected University of Kansas head coach Ray Bechard as the National Coach of the Year and three Jayhawks as All-Americans on Tuesday. PrepVolleyball.com's All-America honors include sophomore setter Ainise Havili and sophomore right-side hitter Kelsie Payne on the first team and junior libero Cassie Wait on the second team.

Jayhawks in the NFL: Professional Football Round Up: Week 15

With just one week remaining in the National Football League's 16-week regular season slate, 12 Jayhawks continue making their mark at the game's highest level. A recap of how Kansas football players fared in the professional ranks of the NFL and the Canadian Football League is below.

- College Sports -

Top 25 Capsules (Dec 29, 2015) | FOX Sports

#1 Michigan State and #22 Cincinnati fell on Tuesday night.

Baylor smashes bowl record with 645 rushing yards in win over UNC - CBSSports.com

Baylor was without its two leading passers, leading rusher and leading receiver for the Russell Athletic Bowl on Tuesday against North Carolina, but it didn't matter as the Bears ran all over the Tar Heels in a 49-38 victory. Baylor ran for an all-time bowl-record 645 yards, led by Johnny Jefferson's 299 yards and three touchdowns, as Art and Kendal Briles adapted to their personnel to dominate the Tar Heels defense.

Leonard Fournette leads as LSU runs over Texas Tech in Texas Bowl - CBSSports.com

Fournette finished the game with 256 total yards (212 rushing, 44 receiving) and five touchdowns. The impressive performance pushed Fournette's season totals to 1,953 yards rushing and 22 rushing touchdowns. Which means, had LSU's season opener against McNeese State not been canceled due to weather, it's safe to say Fournette likely would have eclipsed 2,000 rushing yards for the Tigers in 2015.

Oklahoma's Joe Mixon shows no shred of remorse for punching a woman - CBSSports.com

This embarrassing day for Oklahoma was inevitable ever since Mixon returned from a one-year suspension for hitting a woman. Once Oklahoma reinstated Mixon after he punched a female student in the face and broke four of her facial bones, this day was bound to happen whenever Mixon finally spoke.

Poll Attacks: You work 30 miles from GW but missed the loss to DePaul? - CBSSports.com

I have no interest in calling something dumb when there's not really anything dumb, and there's nothing too obviously dumb about this week's Coaches poll -- except, of course, the fact that George Washington got 25 points, which suggests some coaches made the exact same mistake John McNamara made on his Associated Press ballot.

- Professional Sports -

The desperate Colts sign Josh Freeman ahead of must-win game - CBSSports.com

The Colts will head into their crucial Week 17 game with Josh Freeman and Stephen Morris at quarterback.

Eagles fire Chip Kelly after three years: Four things to know - CBSSports.com

Chip Kelly is officially free to coach wherever he wants in 2016. In a shocking move, the Philadelphia Eagles announced on Tuesday that Kelly has been released from his contract.

Where Chip Kelly could land if he decides to return to college football - CBSSports.com

Many expect Kelly, who had a 26-21 record in Philadelphia, to look for another NFL coaching job, but if the NFL teams aren't calling, a return to the college ranks could be a possibility.