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- Kansas Sports -

Road sick: Jayhawks clobbered at Oklahoma State |

A reporter asked Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self if he could pinpoint a “common denominator” in the Jayhawks’ three consecutive losses at Self’s alma mater, Oklahoma State. “Yeah, me,” KU’s coach said.

AUDIO - Bill Self: 'About everything' went wrong for KU in loss at Oklahoma State (Press Conferences & Post-Game Interviews) |

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self discusses the Jayhawks' 86-67 loss at Oklahoma State.

Jawun Evans affirms position as one of nation's top freshmen |

Evans totaled 22 points, six rebounds and eight assists and took just 11 shots in leading Oklahoma State to an 86-67 Tuesday night destruction of No. 3 Kansas in Gallagher-Iba Arena.

Small crowd, but OSU fans storm the court |

The game attracted an announced crowd of 11,383 in a building that seats 13,611. (Mr. Ed says: Um, what? That arena was half full at best.)

KU notes: Brannen Greene misses road loss with injury |

“He bumped knees yesterday, I mean bad,” the coach added. “To the point he could barely walk. He was a little better today. Doctors said no way he could be effective tonight.”

Cheick Diallo 'fine' in first career start |

“I don’t think anybody had a chance to look that good tonight. He was fine,” KU coach Bill Self said.

Kansas' lopsided loss shows what the Jayhawks are missing - Men's College Basketball Blog- ESPN

The Jayhawks' depth is a great asset. But on some nights, like this one in Stillwater, they need a go-to guy -- and they don't have one.

KU in hunt for more McDonald's All-Americans |

Kansas University’s men’s basketball program continues to recruit several players who this week were selected to play in the 39th annual McDonald’s All-America game, set for March 30 at Chicago’s United Center.

Women's Bball - Superheroes Unite to Defend Allen Fieldhouse Against Cowgirls

A day that has quickly become a favorite for fans of all ages, Superhero Day is a special day filled with action-packed fun. Children under 13 that attend the game dressed as their favorite superhero will receive $3 admission and may partake in a superhero parade on James Naismith Court during halftime.

Football - Help is on the way: Kansas Jayhawks - Big 12 Blog- ESPN

Kansas needs to find some difference-makers in the middle if it hopes to improve a run defense that ranked sixth-worst per carry in FBS last season.

Football - Big 12's Class of 2015 hidden gems - Big 12 Blog- ESPN

Willis could be the Jayhawks' quarterback of the future after passing for 1,719 yards, nine touchdowns and 10 interceptions.

- College Sports -

Iowa State's Steve Prohm won a big game, then won over some ISU fans -

Iowa State coach Steve Prohm was staring at a possible 1-5 Big 12 record. Now he's on a two-game winning streak that features a victory over top-ranked Oklahoma. And that's exactly the type of two-game stretch he needed to quiet the number of critics who were growing and getting loud.

- Professional Sports -

Peyton Manning has 2 million reasons to beat the Patriots Sunday -

$2 million, to be specific, which, as our own Joel Corry wrote earlier this month, is how much Manning would earn if he advances to the Super Bowl with the Broncos. One caveat: Peyton has to play in 70 percent of the offensive snaps in order to qualify.

Randle El wishes he hadn't played football, thinks it's gone in 25 years -

In a very compelling, graphic-heavy feature about the Steelers' Super Bowl past in the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette on Tuesday, Randle El says he wish he'd played baseball.

Lawsuit settlement lowers price, adds limited in-market streaming -

MLB has settled the Garber vs. Office of the Commissioner of Baseball lawsuit, leading to some upgrades for fans.

VP of officials defends ref that couldn't properly execute coin flip -

On Tuesday, the NFL VP of officials Dean Blandino reiterated that the Packers-Cardinals overtime coin flip was legal while also supporting referee Clete Blakeman.