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- Kansas Sports -

Road sick: Jayhawks clobbered at Oklahoma State | KUsports.com

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) | KUsports.com

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 | KUsports.com

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 | KUsports.com

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 | KUsports.com

“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 | KUsports.com

“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 | KUsports.com

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 - CBSSports.com

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 - CBSSports.com

$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 - CBSSports.com

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 MLB.tv price, adds limited in-market streaming - CBSSports.com

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

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

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.