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Wichita State's veterans outplayed the Jayhawks in just about every way and even the KU players said after the game in the locker room that they thought the Shockers wanted it more. That's a tough pill for any team to swallow and was the most obvious reason why the Jayhawks' season ended in the Round of 32 for the second year in a row.
Amazingly, if that game (Kentucky) materializes and the Maui tourney pairings fall the right way, KU could face Kentucky, Michigan State, Indiana and UCLA in the same season.
"It's the biggest game of the year and the biggest game of most of our careers, and we didn't take it seriously," Selden said, eyes still glazed. "(Including) myself. As a leader, you know, I take a lot of that." Thumbs outnumbered fingers as pointing went in the KU camp early Sunday night at CenturyLink Center, a good sign. Coach Bill Self fell on a few dozen swords, when offered. Selden, his sophomore off-guard, did the same.
When the season ends for Kansas, it doesn’t just move the needle in the Sunflower State, the college basketball nation takes notice. Below is some of the Twitter chatter, photos, stories — and trash talk — that showed up after the Shockers bounced Kansas from the NCAA Tournament.
Kansas head football coach David Beaty and the Jayhawks will begin spring practice on Tuesday, March 24, as KU will go through the first of its 15 allotted practices. The 2015 spring schedule will conclude with the annual Spring Game on Saturday, April 25. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m., in Memorial Stadium.
“There’s gonna be a high premium on focusing on ourselves,” Beaty said. “The way we’re gonna get better faster is by being the most disciplined team in the country and being a smart football team. You’re gonna see a ton of ball-security drills. And there’ll be a ton of time put into the hidden third of the game, which is special teams. We feel like if we do those things well, we give ourselves an advantage and a chance to get better faster.”
It is certainly difficult to develop a quarterback. There are many things that go into finding a true leader and contributor at the quarterback position. So, while recruiting as most definitely been a struggle at that position, the most diehard KU fan will always continue to draw hope from the future.
Kansas softball continues its 12-game homestand with a midweek match up when the Jayhawks host Drake on Tuesday, March 24 at 6 p.m., at Arrocha Ballpark at Rock Chalk Park. The contest is the first of four appearances for KU softball on the Jayhawk Television Network/ESPN3.
After dropping its final non-conference weekend series to Iowa, the Kansas baseball team looks to get back to its winning ways with one final mid-week tune-up game at Missouri State, Tuesday, March 24, before opening up Big 12 Conference play this weekend.
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The league has suspended the policy for one year. The NFL "will evaluate the impact of the suspension after the season."
The Bengals owner told the team's official website that his lone "no" vote had nothing to do with the blackout policy and everything to do with a clause that was connected to the vote.
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Villanova pep band member Roxanne Chalifoux -- otherwise known as Crying Piccolo Girl -- has had her life flipped, turned upside down in the past 48 hours.
During the course of last Tuesday's game between no. 4 Florida and no. 10 Florida State (a 14-8 win for the Gators), Florida shortstop Richie Martin stole home. What's even more notable is the lengths to which Florida went in order to abet said theft of home.
On Reddit, user "loserfame" shares a handful of photos from early 2012, when he and two friends snuck through a gap in the fence and found themselves inside the Astrodome, which hadn't been used since 2003.