- Kansas Sports -
"I was happy with Carlton, I thought he did some things in the first half," Self said, "and I thought Cheick was a presence for the most part."
Kansas (15-2, 4-1) hits the road to take on Oklahoma State (9-8, 1-4) Tuesday, Jan. 19, at 6 p.m. on ESPN2.
As Bill Self predicted, this was by no means an easy win at home, as TCU, much like KU football against TCU during the past few years, gave KU a strong challenge from start to finish and, even when falling behind by double digits, never quit battling.
“They stayed three home games, two weeks. It was pretty cool. I hadn’t seen them in a long time. I was really happy,” Mykhailiuk said after scoring seven points with two assists, two rebounds, two turnovers and a steal in Saturday’s 70-63 home victory over TCU in Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas coach Bill Self said Traylor practiced Sunday, as did junior Brannen Greene, whose leg was bothering him in Saturday’s game. Both should be able to play Tuesday at OSU.
“Greatest venue in college basketball. I saw that today,” Porter told reporters after the game at JCCC.
“Really not surprised that Udoka Azubuike will pass on announcing today. Behind scenes sounds like there have been many changes of heart,” tweeted Eric Bossi of Rivals.com.
- College Sports -
Now that they've played their first season in the Big 12, let's re-rank the Class of 2015 based on the impact they made in Year 1.
What kind of bizarro world is this where Kentucky and Duke are on the outside looking in a ranking of the nation's best? It's true. We explain.
Greg Gard entered the weekend just 2-4 as Wisconsin's interim coach with wins over Green Bay and Rutgers. But he added a top-five win to his resume Sunday when his Badgers upset fourth-ranked Michigan State.
Florida State beat Virginia 69-62 behind a great second half from the Seminoles.
- Professional Sports -
In an effort to lure Cespedes to the Orioles, Jimmy's Famous Seafood in Baltimore is offering him free steamed crabs for life.
The tennis community was rocked earlier this week with a Buzzfeed and BBC report that tennis' governing bodies have been warned of widespread match-fixing taking place on the men's tennis circuit, including at Wimbledon and the French Open.
After playing with the Miami Heat for 24 games last season, and with no other NBA teams calling, Michael Beasley signed a contract in September with the Shandong Golden Stars of the Chinese Basketball Association to continue his basketball career.
So much for the Chiefs' pass rush terrorizing Tom Brady and the Pats. Yet again, Bill Belichick flouts conventional wisdom to formulate a winning playoff plan.
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Mr. Ed says: I still can't believe the end of that Green Bay - Arizona game.
With five seconds on the clock -- after a ridiculous series of plays, including a fourth-and-20 laser to Jeff Janis giving the Packers life and a false start to nearly end the game -- Rodgers dropped back, got a ton of pressure from the Cardinals defense and was forced to launch a ball to the end zone.
Peyton Manning appeared to give himself up behind the line of scrimmage. Then, he stood back up and gained 34 yards with a pass to Emmanuel Sanders. (Mr. Ed says: Eh... I dunno. Did he really give himself up?)