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David Beaty: Offense looked better, but Jayhawks aren't scoring enough | KUsports.com

“We scored 20 points. Yeah, we moved the ball quite a bit, up and down the field. But we put 20 points on the board,” a frustrated Beaty said.

Jayhawks make strong impression on 2017 PG Trae Young during weekend visit | KUsports.com

“He said I could come in and make an impact right away and that I would play just as many minutes at KU as I would anywhere else in the country as a freshman,” said Young when asked about Self’s main message.

Baseball - Alums best current Jayhawks in fifth-annual alumni game, 6-2

The alumni rallied for four runs in the first inning after second baseman (2013-16) Colby Wright hit a three-run home run over the wall in right center off current director of baseball operations Wally Marciel.

Women's Soccer - Late goals propel Jayhawks past No. 24 Bears, 3-1

WACO, Texas – Deadlocked at 1-1 with 10 minutes left in regulation, Kansas struck twice within two minutes and went on to secure a 3-1 victory over the 24th-ranked Baylor Bears Sunday afternoon at Betty Lou Mays Field.

Kansas capitalizes on training during successful Jayhawk Jamboree

University of Kansas rowing capped off another successful Jayhawk Jamboree according to plan – executing on key races they prepared for during fall practices while welcoming an estimated 9,000 fans to Burcham Park throughout the day.

PODCAST - Jayhawks in the Pros Podcast: Darrell Stuckey

For many Kansas Jayhawks, the end of their collegiate career marks start of a career in professional athletics. The voice of the Jayhawks, Brian Hanni, caught up with former Kansas defensive back and NFL All-Pro Darrell Stuckey in this week's Jayhawks in the Pros Podcast.

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Oklahoma-Texas Tech shatter records everywhere - CBSSports.com

A list of all the records broken in Oklahoma's 66-59 win at Texas Tech.

Fresno State to be considered a Power Five program by Big Ten - Mountain West Connection

Most of the Power Five conferences have put in a clause requiring their schools to not play FCS teams any more and also to schedule one team from another Power Five conference.

Middle Tennessee beats Missouri 51-45

Brent Stockstill completed 23 of his 41 passes for 280 yards and added another 70 yards rushing on seven carries as Middle Tennessee State (4-2) amassed 584 yards of offense, including 300 rushing yards.

Charlie Strong's fate at Texas should be sealed after loss to Kansas State - CBSSports.com

Texas might not fire Strong on Sunday. It may not fire him next week or the week after. But Saturday's loss all but officially sealed his fate in Austin.

Rival coach: Charlie Strong is not the answer for the Texas Longhorns

Texas’ losses, in a vacuum, aren’t poor. They’ve come against four teams with winning records, and three of those came in difficult road contests. According to a Power Five assistant whose team played Texas this season and last year, the stem of the issue for the Longhorns isn’t found in the losses themselves. It’s a squandering of talent.

How Charlie Strong lost me: Texas coach must be fired | New York Post

If there is one play that perfectly sums up Texas’ 2016 season and the entire Charlie Strong era in Austin, it came in the fourth quarter of Saturday’s loss to Kansas State.

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2016 World Series schedule: Cubs vs. Indians - SBNation.com

Chicago advanced to the World Series for the first time since 1945. The Cubs haven’t won the World Series since 1908. That’s not to discount the Indians, who are back in the World Series for the first time since 1997 and seeking their fist title since 1948.

Levi's Stadium is almost empty for Buccaneers-49ers game - CBSSports.com

If no one goes to a 49ers game, does it actually happen? The answer to that question is yes, because the 49ers' 34-17 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday is definitely going to count in the standings, even though almost no one showed up for the game.