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"West Virginia was ultra-quick and they were turned-up for tonight," Bill Self said. "We didn't attack West Virginia's system very well. In practice I really thought we were prepared, but obviously we weren't. Our coaching staff takes responsibility for that. We have good ball-handling guards, but we looked slow. They beat us on all the competitive plays – the second-shots, the 50-50 balls."
WVU also took over first place in the Big 12 Conference as the (14-2 Jayhawks) dropped their first league game in four tries. All that gave the Mountaineer fans more than enough reason to storm the court after the contest, which they did for the third straight season.
The Mountaineers (15-1 overall, 4-0 Big 12) not only outplayed the Jayhawks, they also carried themselves like a bunch of street legends who knew they were better. And the way this one went, you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone who would've argued that.
Perry Ellis and Landen Lucas try to explain what went wrong against WVU in Morgantown.
KU coach Bill Self answers questions from the media following Tuesday's 74-63 loss to West Virginia in Morgantown.
Selden is 21, a baby in the context of the real world but a wizened veteran in college basketball circles. The guard is now midway through his third year at Kansas, or two more than anyone suspected he might stick around when he first enrolled.
Lawrence High football standout Amani Bledsoe will decide between Kansas and Oklahoma for his college football destination.
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No. 17 Iowa State was expected to be one of the top teams in the country this season due to an increased emphasis on defense from Steve Prohm. That doesn't seem like it's going to be the case.
Michigan beat Maryland 70-67 behind 22 points from Zak Irvin in the first win against a top five team at home since 2008.
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After a 21-year absence, the NFL is finally returning to Los Angeles. The league's 32 owners voted on Tuesday to send the Rams back to the city where they spent 49 years of their existence. CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora has reported that NFL owners officially approved the Rams' relocation in a 30-2 vote.
In the NFL's push to get to LA, owners cast aside Dean Spanos' loyalty and Mark Davis' passion for the mountains of money Stan Kroenke's stadium complex promises.