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“We travel up to Ames (Iowa) next weekend, and we’ve got a great opportunity to start Big 12 1-0,” always-sunny senior co-captain Ben Goodman said after the Rutgers loss. “We just gotta continue to prepare well and just trust our coaches and execute.”
There's no way — or reason — to sugar coat things at this point, nor has anyone I know been doing that throughout the offseason and first few games of the 2015 schedule. This Kansas team is severely overmatched at just about every position and all of the hard work and hard and effort and determination is not going to make up for that. If it could, Kansas would have won Saturday's game against a bad Rutgers team that gave the Jayhawks every opportunity to not only hang around but also steal momentum and find a way to win the game. It never happened. Call it inexperience — on the sideline and on the field — call it poor execution or call it reality. Either way, this team, though continuing to fight and work every day, is in for some rough weeks now that Big 12 play has arrived.
KU football coach David Beaty breaks down Kansas' 27-14 loss at Rutgers, Saturday, Sept. 26 in Piscataway, New Jersey.
Co-captains Ben Goodman and Montell Cozart discuss KU's effort in loss at Rutgers.
Madison Rigdon recorded a double-double in just three sets to help guide No. 15 Kansas Volleyball to a 3-0 (25-21, 25-18, 26-24) win over TCU on Saturday afternoon at the TCU University Recreation Center. The Jayhawks remain unbeaten at 14-0 and 2-0 in Big 12 play to continue the best start in program history.
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Texas coach Charlie Strong was flagged for unsportsmanlike conduct late in the Longhorns' loss to Oklahoma State.
Mr. Ed says: Sigh...
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Aaron Rodgers is incredible at Lambeau Field, Jamaal Charles has coughed up the football at an alarming rate, and more key stats that preview this week's Monday night showdown.
The Bears punted on all 10 of their possessions against the Seahawks.
Mr. Ed says: Criminy. Ned Yost now owes me money, along with the 37,000+ other fans that went out there Friday night.
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The Broncos blocked Matt Prater's extra point attempt and the ball was scooped up by Denver's Chris Harris, who almost returned it for two points.
We can tell you Jamire Jordan scored. It's hard to tell you exactly how.
Reminder: Mike Trout is 6-foot-2 and 235 pounds, and he made that catch look effortless. What unreal athleticism. Jeepers.
Might want to pay a little closer attention to the line of scrimmage there, anonymous Rutgers defender.
West Virginia wide receiver Shelton Gibson caught a 41-yard touchdown pass and then kept running and trucked a poor Maryland cheerleader.