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Kansas Volleyball Mauls Texas; Kansas Football "Participates" in loss to Oklahoma

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Sixth-ranked Kansas volleyball knocks off No. 2 Texas in 5-set thriller |
After dropping the fourth set 25-12 and giving all the momentum from back-to-back victories in the second and third to Texas, Kansas setter Ainise Havili gathered her team before the decisive fifth and shared one simple message.

New book aims for a clearer look at Phog Allen |
“There was about 15 or 20 years where the two of them were butting heads over the game,” says Johnson. “Naismith just wanted it to be this schoolyard game that kids played like bombardment, or something you just did to pass the time. Allen saw something greater and that sort of irked Naismith.

Notebook: Jayhawks fail to produce enough QB pressure at OU |
If massive underdog Kansas had any chance of competing on the road at No. 16 Oklahoma Saturday, the Jayhawks’ defense needed to get pressure on Sooners quarterback Baker Mayfield.

Jayhawks have no answers for Sooners in blowout |
The high-octane, score-at-will Oklahoma football offense lived up to its hype Saturday night at Gaylord Family Oklahoma Memorial Stadium. However, the Sooners’ homecoming foe, ever-overmatched Kansas, couldn’t expose OU’s biggest weakness, its defense.

KU volleyball notebook: Horejsi helps Jayhawks knock off Texas |
They’ve filled the bleachers for years now and been treated to nationally-ranked teams competing with the best in the Big 12 and their beloved Jayhawks defeating the Missouri Tigers in postseason play in the cozy confines of Horejsi Family Athletics Center.

Oklahoma blasts Kansas, 56-3 |
Oklahoma didn’t have injured running back Samaje Perine, who two years ago torched Kansas with an NCAA-record 427 rushing yards, Saturday night at Oklahoma Memorial Stadium.

Jayhawks possess ‘more personality’ this season, coach Bill Self says
Kansas basketball coach Bill Self and his three assistant coaches do not do all the talking at a typical practice. The floor is open to the Jayhawk players, who are encouraged to speak their minds.

Other Sports

Indians-Cubs 2016 World Series: What MLB history says about teams down 3-1 -
Assume these two teams are evenly matched and thus each has a 50 percent chance of winning a given game. That means the Cubs' "side of the coin" is going to have to come up three straight times. Simple probability tells you there's a 12.5 percent chance of that happening. There's your quick and dirty guide to the Cubs' chances of upsetting the Indians in the 2016 World Series. (Ed Note - I for one cannot think of a team that has come back from 3-1 finals deficit. Can you?)

Clutch play by the Tigers has 'Clemsoning' taking on a brand new meaning -
It seems like years ago when the loveable little program nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains had somehow developed what seemed like its own Webster's Dictionary entry.

Teddy Bridgewater won't address reports that he might never play again -
The Minnesota Vikings may be 5-1 and enjoying life with Sam Bradford at quarterback, but they had different plans before the start of the season. Teddy Bridgewater was entering his third year with the team and the Vikes were planning to put more on his plate than ever before. Then Bridgewater suffered a gruesome knee injury late in training camp which knocked him out for the entire year, necessitating the Bradford trade.

Other News

Here Are the 10 Scariest, Most Bone-Chilling Stories You'll Read All Year
We’ve read your emails and dug deep into the grave—sorry, the greys—to find the most buried, most frightening stories submitted by you, our dear readers, for this year’s Halloween scary story contest. What we’ve unearthed are 10 of scariest tales of ghosts, demons, stalkers, and murderers that we’ve ever read.

The Writer Who Was Too Strong To Live
Jennifer Frey drank herself to death.