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It's a battle of the league play unbeaten teams as No. 1/2 Kansas (14-1, 3-0) heads to No. 17/15 West Virginia (14-1, 3-0) Tuesday, Jan. 12, at 6 p.m. (Central) on ESPN2 at WVU Coliseum.
“(Kansas) is No. 1. But what does that mean? What if we were put in the Top 10 when we first started? Where would we be? There’s nothing we can do about that number they got,” said Devin Williams.
“We had to put ourselves in the Top 25,” Williams added. “At the end of the day, we should feel disrespected, because we’re just as good as anybody in the country — starting five to bench. We can play with anybody in the country.”
Give KU credit for taking the Red Raiders seriously. I'm sure having five days to rest and prep for Tech did not hurt, but, still, it would've been very easy for Kansas to overlook this game in anticipation of what has become a pretty big game on Tuesday night in Morgantown, West Virginia, where the Big 12's only two unbeatens will square off at 7 p.m. The concept of a trap game has become pretty cliché. But they do exist. This definitely was one.
Sophomore Kyron Watson revealed on Twitter on Sunday night that he will not return to play for the Kansas University football team in 2016.
- College Sports -
Sure, it took Valentine a while to get going Sunday -- proof being that he missed his first five field goal attempts and had zero points at halftime. But the senior guard still finished with 10 points, four rebounds and four assists in 23 minutes, meaning he's now averaging 17.8 points, 7.9 rebounds and 6.8 assists for the nation's fifth-ranked team.
SEC commissioner Greg Sankey said Sunday his conference will vote against proposals that would change the format of football championship games, but he did indicate a willingness to find a different way for the Big 12 to stage a championship game if it wants one.
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Russell Wilson is a magician and he pulled off some magic on Sunday.
With 26 seconds left in the game and the Vikings trailing 10-9, Walsh lined up for a 27-yard field goal attempt that was going to all but win the game for Minnesota. Walsh had already hit from 47, 43 and 22 yards in the game, so the 27-yard kick seemed like a lock.
Some poor saps at TCF Bank Stadium were cheering, because from their vantage point it looked like Blair Walsh made the 27-yard field goal. Turns out, he missed badly.