- Kansas Sports -
As a refresher, here are the Red Raiders the Jayhawks will have to worry about as they look to get back in the win column.
“Winning in Lubbock will be a bear, like last year. We lucked into a one-point win there and won by 26 or 30 here (Allen Fieldhouse),” KU coach Bill Self said, reflecting on last year’s 25-point victory in Lawrence and narrow 64-63 decision in the Red Raiders’ 15,098-seat building.
The Jayhawks have high hopes of setting up a strong walk-on program for the team. With the success of nearby Div. II schools, such as Northwest Missouri State, Pittsburg State and Missouri Western State, Wier believes there are a lot of kids who could make an impact at Kansas.
Kansas will have a total of 38 games made available for viewers' pleasure during the 2015 season. All 27 home games will be carried live on ESPN3 with eight of those contests also being carried on the Jayhawk Television Network. For more information on the Jayhawk Television Network, please visit KUAthletics.com/TV.
- College Sports -
The win moved OU into second place at 8-4 in Big 12 play and dropped Iowa State to third at 7-4. With KU sitting at 8-2 heading into Tuesday's night's road battle at Texas Tech, the Jayhawks, once again, appear to be in great shape in the race to win their 11th straight Big 12 title, two wins clear of both teams in the loss column with eight games to play.
The No. 21 Cowboys have won three consecutive games against ranked teams during a regular season for the first time, rallying with long shots in a 74-65 win at No. 16 Baylor on Monday night.
In other words, Scott dropped Iowa State 11 spots for losing at Allen Fieldhouse -- a place literally no visiting team has won in more than a year. Seems harsh, right? And by harsh, I mean silly and impossible to defend -- especially when considering Scott dropped Arizona just three spots (from sixth to ninth) for losing at Arizona State, which suggests, on some level, that Scott thinks losing at Kansas is three times worse than losing at Arizona State.
Jim Boeheim's curse-peppered press conference response to a Pittsburgh-area columnist/radio host has prompted the Syracuse coach to make amends.
- Professional Sports -
Who got the better end of the James Shields-Wil Myers deal from two years ago? It's still too early to know for sure, but thanks to the San Diego Padres signing Shields on Monday after making a trade for Myers earlier in the offseason, the principals in the deal will show us what they've got while playing for the same team.
- In the News -
Yes, this is what our elected officials are wasting time on. Not ISIS, the economy, or student loan reform. Nope, now that they control the legislative branch the Republican party is taking aim at Internet poker.
- Videos of the Day -
It's hard to tell if Woodbury is doing this maliciously or because he's a klutz, but either way, dude needs to cool it with the eye pokes.
After the game, a few reporters tried to ask Iowa head coach Fran McCaffery about all the eye poking. He was not having it.
Yep, all of that is a totally, totally normal promotion for a professional basketball game. Sure. Unfortunately for the Mavs, none of it brought them any luck on the court. Tyson Chandler (ankle) and Monta Ellis (hip) both had to leave the game in the first few minutes, and the Blake Griffin-less Clippers steamrolled them 115-98.
A pair of college students took to the snowy campus (one hitting on women and one filming the spitting of game) and used Marshawn lines to try and get digits.