- Kansas Sports -
For the 2015 edition of Kansas University’s football team, which is being asked to replace all but a couple of starters on defense and basically an entire batch of playmakers on offense, that leadership began to emerge over the summer.
Turning around this program is going to take a lot of work and it could get worse before it gets better. Not only is Kansas have some serious ground in talent to make up on the rest of the conference, they will the least experienced team in the Big 12 with just 5 starters returning for 2015.
VIDEO - David Beaty, Kansas HC - ESPN
Kansas coach David Beaty chats with Ivan Maisel about expectations for the Jayhawks in 2015. Plus, why there is already a blueprint for success in Lawrence.
Michael Porter Jr., the No. 2 ranked player in the Class of 2017 by Rivals.com, cut his list of potential schools to 17 in June, but Kansas University still ranks high among the remaining choices.
Former Kansas softball standout Maddie Stein set numerous goals throughout her four-year career in Crimson and Blue and her latest achievement represents a culmination of those goals. Stein was nominated by the Big 12 Conference for the 2015 NCAA Woman of the Year honor.
Kansas men's golfer Connor Peck was named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-America Scholar by the Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA), the GCAA announced July 22.
- College Sports -
Miller (6-foot-2, 215 pounds) said the driving force behind the decision was his health. Coming off shoulder surgery that cost him the entire 2014 season, he will not be completely healthy for another two months. That would hurt his chances in Ohio State's quarterback competition, so instead, he's chosen to take another path to get on the field and help the Buckeyes in 2015.
After making $161 million in 2014, the University of Texas is pulling free meals from coaches in order to save $300,000.
- Professional Sports -
Players were left to pick up the pieces following Wednesday's disastrous CONCACAF Gold Cup semifinal match, as they took to social media and other outlets to voice their frustration.
Two NFL teams got into it on Twitter. The Cardinals won.
- Videos of the Day -
After losing a bet to a friend, Buchanan planned the entire event, which included researching the best probable escape route, along with the consequences for getting caught. After talking it over with his mom (ahead of time!), this soon-to-be college student decided it was worth any risk.
Arizona State QB Mike Bercovici has his girlfriend run routes and catch passes for him during his offseason workouts.
Also consider this to be your 6-4 putout of the night.
Gunar Robinson, a Mississippi high school kicker, has set the bar for trick shot field goals pretty high with this flick and kick.