Oh so close: Poor execution costs Kansas in heartbreaking home loss to TCU | KUsports.com
"Fighting tooth and nail is not the goal. The goal is to go win the game," Beaty said after senior kicker Matt Wyman’s would-be winner missed to the right. "Fighting tooth and nail, that’s the minimum expectation — that’s the price of admission. That team (TCU) fought tooth and nail, as well. You’re gonna get that week in and week out in the Big 12."
Playing and praying for Scott "Scooter" Ward, Kansas volleyball sweeps Texas Tech | KUsports.com
"He’s fighting for his life and this team thinks the world of him and the things he’s done for us, our program, not only on an acedemic level, but a personal level, and he’s a dear friend of mine," Kansas coach Ray Behcard said." All the energy and effort you saw today is a direct reflection of how we feel about him."
KU Football notebook: Keith Loneker Jr. solid in first start for Jayhawks | KUsports.com
"Just watching Loneker run around out there again, man, I love that kid's attitude," KU head coach David Beaty said. "That's something we saw right here when he was a local player. It's great to see a local kid playing that well. He's kind of taken Joe's place while Joe (Dineen) was out and really kind of left us with not much of a void there, so it's been fun to watch him play."
TCU's Patterson: Kansas has always played us well | KUsports.com
"The bottom line is Kansas has always played us well," Patterson said after his team used a field goal inside the final two minutes to survive a serious scare from Kansas. "On defense, I thought Coach (Clint) Bowen and the defensive crew did a great job, for the past three years he has done a great job. On offense they did what they needed to do to win. Credit to Coach (David) Beaty this is a much improved team this year compared to a year ago."
KU football drops heartbreaker against TCU, 24-23 | KUsports.com
After leading for most of the fourth quarter, the Kansas football team suffered a 24-23 loss against TCU on Saturday at Memorial Stadium when TCU junior kicker Brandon Hatfield made a 37-yard field goal with 1:21 left.
NBA exhibition game at Sprint Center turns into a reunion for former Jayhawks
"I got to see my mom, grandmother, uncle, cousins, some of my old teammates," said Rush, the 31-year-old former University of Kansas standout. He is in his first year with the Timberwolves after playing the last two seasons with the Golden State Warriors.
Defensive issues still abundant for Texas, Charlie Strong after high-scoring loss - CBSSports.com
That's the third straight game in which Texas has given up at least 500 yards; in fact, it was the worst performance in each of those three games -- all losses, dropping the Horns to 2-3 on the season with Strong's seat growing ever hotter amid reports of disgruntlement among the university's higher-ups.
Tennessee at Texas A&M highlights: Watch as the Aggies hold off the Vols in 2 OT - CBSSports.com
It took six games, seven turnovers and a rash of injuries, but Tennessee's good fortune finally ran out in a 45-38 double overtime loss to Texas A&M.
Derrick Rose Testifies, Says Text Message Gave Him Consent
Derrick Rose took the stand late Friday in the civil lawsuit that accuses him and two friends of gang-raping a woman at her apartment in Los Angeles in 2013. During questioning by the woman’s lawyer, Rose referred back to a text message she had sent him about 17 hours before the alleged rapes, saying, "U the reason why I wake up horny."
What Happens If Donald Trump Drops Out Of The Race?
The Republican National Committee’s official rules of the party lay groundwork for selecting a replacement nominee in specific circumstances: "all vacancies which may occur by reason of death, declination, or otherwise." But that "otherwise" is not intended to operate as a broad catch-all, political science expert Josh Putnam told the Washington Post, and the party should not be able to interpret it as "because we want to" (not even, presumably, as "because he’s a disgusting, reckless, xenophobic, sexist liar and we’ve somehow only just noticed").
Navy Stuns Houston With Upset
The unranked Midshipmen capitalized on three turnovers by quarterback Greg Ward Jr., while offering none themselves. Though the no. 6 Cougars entered Saturday ranked first in the nation in rushing defense (giving up an average of 42 yards per game), they did little to stop Navy from running—with quarterback Will Worth putting up 115 rushing yards of his own as part of the team’s 306 total.