- Kansas Sports -
Ingram chooses Duke; Diallo expected to announce either today or tomorrow; Jaylen Brown down to KU, Michigan, Cal, UNC; KU hot after former VCU Tevin Mack; Shot clock expected to be reduced to 30 seconds by rules committee next month
Kansas football head coach David Beaty provided an update on the status of quarterback Michael Cummings.
The Post and Courier in Columbia, South Carolina, reported Roberts has two seasons of eligibility remaining after starting five games for USC this past season, and nine in 2013.
Sperry was 17 years old when he first left home to play football at Kansas State. He was 19 when he served as an infantryman in the Battle of the Bulge, the large and bloody battle in the final years of World War II. Three years later, in his early 20s, he was hauling in a pass for Kansas in the 1948 Orange Bowl.
The University of Kansas track & field and softball programs will both be in action at Rock Chalk Park on Saturday, May 2, meaning a fun-filled day is in store for fans at the Jayhawks' state-of-the-art facility. The track teams are hosting the Rock Chalk Classic beginning at 11 a.m., with softball playing host to the Baylor Bears at 2 p.m.
- College Sports -
While everyone knows about the nation's top pro prospects, below is a team-by-team look at one prospect from each FBS program who probably won't be drafted, but there is a good chance their professional dream isn't over. Based on my evaluations, and those of decision-makers around the league, these players might not hear their names called on draft weekend, but have a realistic chance to make a NFL roster as undrafted free agents.
Already one of the true wild cards of the 2015 NFL Draft due to injury, Missouri pass rusher Shane Ray was cited early Monday morning for possession of 35 grams or less of marijuana.
"This is it," he said. "I've got five, I don't have 10. I don't have six. This is the five, and then there is everybody else."
For the first time since 2003, the East Tennessee State Buccaneers will be playing college football this fall. On Monday, the school showed off its uniforms for the 2015 season with a hype video online.
It's a classic chicken-or-the-egg question: How can a pitcher lose a perfect game? In baseball, at least in Major League Baseball, it's impossible. As soon as a runner reaches base, the perfect game is over before a winner or loser is determined. In the world of high-school softball, such a paradox is possible, and for UCLA-bound Rachel Garcia of Highland High in Palmdale, Calif., it's a real consequence of a quirk in her sport's rules.
- Video of the Day -
Siegel and his friends set up the most vicious-yet-realistic situation to get hit by Jack, as the Bruins linebacker is an absolute terror for opposing wide receivers in the middle of the field. They set up a landing pad for Siegel after the hit, but Jack hit him so hard he fly past it and landed on the ground.