Geez, bye weeks suck even when your football team is awful! If you live in the area, I highly recommend getting out to one of the KU Volleyball matches this weekend.
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During his first year suiting up for his hometown program, Dineen moved to running back from safety when injuries depleted KU’s group of ball carriers. A return to defense under a new head coach along with a move to linebacker provided the 6-foot-2, 212-pound sophomore plenty of incentive to attack his preseason work with intensity. Plus, Kansas lost its top two linebackers from 2014 — Ben Heeney and Jake Love — so the lure of making a real impact felt all the more obtainable for Dineen.
They are: Udoka Azubuike, a 6-foot-11, 260-pounder from Potter’s House Christian Academy in Jacksonville, Florida, who is ranked No. 27 in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, and No. 118-rated Mitch Lightfoot, a 6-8, 210-pounder from Gilbert (Arizona) Christian High.
The round-robin tournament features South Dakota State (1-11), Gonzaga (7-3) and Missouri State (7-3).
After going over four seasons without coming from behind to win a match, the Kansas soccer team did it for the second time in as many games, defeating Arkansas, 2-1, in the third minute of the first overtime period with a header from senior Ashley Williams.
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Why are people buying into Wayne Selden hype again?
Wayne Gallman ran for 139 yards on 24 carries to lead Clemson to a 20-17 win at Louisville.
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The Chiefs loss last night is on Andy Reid. Yes, I know he didn't fumble it three times, but if he kneels on the ball at the end of each half, that takes away two Denver touchdowns. Clock management!
The Broncos stunned the Chiefs on Thursday Night Football, winning 31-24.
Fans on Sunday will try to break the noise record set by Chiefs fans last September.
There’s a huge stigma to going undrafted. Not a lot of people talk about it, but there is. For a guy who’s drafted, and in particular drafted high, you’re allowed to make so many more mistakes. People want you to succeed, and any shortcomings you have are viewed as temporary. An “adjustment phase.” When you’re undrafted, you just don’t have that same margin for error. You have to go above and beyond — and then above and beyond that.