- Kansas Sports -
The Kansas football team hits to road for its last non-conference matchup of 2015, as the Jayhawks take on Rutgers at High Point Solutions Stadium, Saturday, Sept. 26, at 11 a.m. Fans can watch the game live on the Big Ten Network, or listen to the voice of the Jayhawks, Bob Davis, on the Jayhawk Radio Network.
“We don’t control our opponents, and we don’t control the venue,” Beaty said. “We have to continue to focus on us and not let distractions be a problem. ... It’ll be interesting to see how our young team handles that this week, and I think they’ll do fine. I think they’ll do really well. I know our coaches have prepared ’em."
Kansas football will travel to Iowa State for its Big 12 Conference-opener on Saturday, Oct. 3. The game, which will air on FOX Sports Net (FSN), is slated for 11 a.m., the Big 12 Conference announced on Monday.
Kansas junior point guard Frank Mason III discusses some of the tweaks to this year’s version of coach Bill Self’s “Boot Camp,” how the team’s newcomers have handled the first couple of days and the growth of sophomore wing Svi Mykhailiuk.
Kansas sophomore wing Svi Mykhailiuk discusses the challenges of coach Bill Self’s annual preseason “Boot Camp” and the work the 6-foot-8 Ukrainian native put in this past summer, while his teammates represented Team USA at the World University Games, in South Korea.
The national leader in assists, sophomore setter Ainise Havili, was named Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week on Monday after guiding Kansas through an undefeated sweep of the Jayhawk Classic and an unprecedented 12-0 start to the season.
Kansas senior Yupaporn "Mook" Kawinpakorn won her third career individual title in, what was for the Kansas women's golf team, a successful Schooner Classic Monday.
After several weeks of individual workouts, KU softball was eager to hit the diamond with the full roster and begin preparations for the 2015 Fall Ball slate. Starting Oct. 1, the Jayhawks will host eight games, including the Jayhawk Fall Tournament before wrapping up Fall Ball with the Kansas Softball World Series.
- College Sports -
Stock up, Syracuse. You've been warned.
"If that was an ass-kicking, I'd love to see what last year was," Bielema said, via Coaching Search. "Obviously, it's all about what have you done for me lately? We'll move on from it. I'm happy he got to vent, and hopefully he feels a lot better. As a coach that's been in it for 10 years, I know better than to worry about somebody that's been around for a couple there, around .500."
NCAA president Mark Emmert on Monday discussed T-shirts that bare a striking resemblance to his likeness and NCAA rules on a variety of topics affecting athletes.
Baylor running backs coach Jeff Lebby was spotted on the sideline during Oklahoma's win against Tulsa.
- Pop Culture -
Famously, the Cubs win the 2015 World Series in Back to the Future 2. Coincidentally, that was written by a Cardinals fan.
- Pic and Video of the Day -
Never make a tattoo bet. Ever. No matter how confident you are.
Anyway, here's the part where we make a joke about how the fan had more rushing yards than the entire Eagles roster on Sunday.