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The thrill is gone: KU proves it can win ugly, too |
Most would probably agree a game in which the No. 1-ranked Jayhawks (14-1, 3-0) led the (11-3, 1-2) Red Raiders, 29-27, at halftime, had little in common with Monday’s epic 109-106, three-OT victory over Oklahoma.

Notebook: Upcoming trip to West Virginia should be 'war' |
After completing the first stage of a two-game road swing with a 69-59 victory at Texas Tech Saturday, Kansas University’s men’s basketball team has another challenge ahead Tuesday

Iowa State hands Kansas women sixth straight loss |
Five Iowa State players scored in double figures, and the Cyclones handed Kansas University’s women’s basketball team its sixth straight loss, 65-49, on Saturday night in Hilton Coliseum.

Red Raiders regretful after loss to Kansas |
“Kansas is a good team, a very good defensive team, all praise to them,” said Texas Tech sophomore Justin Gray, who came off the bench for 10 points and a spectacular blocked shot from behind on a Wayne Selden dunk attempt. “But I think we could have gotten this one tonight and we let it get away.”

Recruiting updates on Marques Bolden, Thon Maker and Jarrett Allen |
Marques Bolden, a 6-foot-10 senior forward from DeSoto (Texas) High, who is ranked No. 16 in the recruiting Class of 2016 by, has visited KU, Kentucky, Duke and Oklahoma, and also has TCU on his list. (Ed note - one of those is not like the others)

Maryland's Mark Turgeon notices big KU win |
“I watch those games like, ‘How in the heck did I ever play in these kind of games?’” Turgeon said Tuesday as reported by “I’ve been watching it for 40 years. I don’t know how many games KU has won that they shouldn’t have won and last night was another one.”

Recruiting target Michael Porter playing in area |
Kansas University recruiting target Michael Porter, a 6-foot-9 junior forward from Tolton Catholic in Columbia, Missouri, who is ranked No. 3 in the recruiting Class of 2017 by, will be playing in the Lawrence area on Saturday.

Around the Big 12

Oklahoma State Cowboys vs. West Virginia Mountaineers Recap -
West Virginia won its seventh straight heading into a matchup against No. 1 Kansas on Tuesday night in the WVU Coliseum. The Mountaineers won 62-61 last season at Morgantown.

Baylor Bears vs. Iowa State Cyclones Recap -
Johnathan Motley had a career-high 27 points and added 13 rebounds to help Baylor upset No. 13 Iowa State 94-89 on Saturday, handing the Cyclones their first home loss.

Kansas State Wildcats vs. Oklahoma Sooners Recap -
Buddy Hield and No. 2 Oklahoma bounced back from their difficult loss to Kansas with an impressive shooting performance against Kansas State.

Texas Longhorns vs. TCU Horned Frogs Recap -
The 6-foot-8 forward blocked a final shot by Texas, then grabbed the ball and flung it to the other end of the court as time ran out in the Horned Frogs' first win against their instate rival in 21 years, 58-57 on Saturday night.

Other Sports

Bengals' implosion straight out of the handbook on football stupidity -
“You put in all this work for six months, and now it's over,” Green said. “It's tough. I've got no words.”

Chiefs top Texans 30-0 for first playoff win in 22 years: 6 things to know -
Texans quarterback Brian Hoyer proceeded to turn the ball over four times in the first half (three interceptions and a fumble) and even though the Chiefs managed to turn that kick return and those turnovers into only 13 points before the break, an excellent defensive performance, two second-half touchdowns and another field goal from Cairo Santos were more than enough to secure K.C.'s first playoff victory since January 1994, when Joe Montana was the quarterback.

Boomer Esiason: 'I'm a former Bengal and I'm embarrassed' by end of game -
"I'm a former Bengal and I'm embarrassed by the way this game ended and by the way these guys acted on the field today," he continued.

Lamar Odom leaves L.A. hospital for private facility, family says -
Former NBA star Lamar Odom has been in a Los Angeles hospital since being transferred there in October following his near-fatal overdose at a Nevada brothel. The Associated Press reports that Odom has left the hospital and has moved to a "private facility," per a family statement.

Other News

With No Powerball Winners, Jackpot Grows to Estimated $1.3 Billion - ABC News
With no winners in Saturday night's record $949.8 million Powerball drawing, the next jackpot could reach an estimated $1.3 billion, lottery officials said early Sunday.

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