- Kansas Football -
Constantly searching for indicators of improvement, Beaty said KU had it best road first quarter of the year (the Jayhawks trailed 14-0 in the first at Texas Tech) by taking a 7-3 deficit into the second quarter at OU.
The Kansas football team heads back out on the road for its second-to-last away game of the season at No. 14/15 West Virginia, Saturday, Nov. 5, with a 6 p.m. kick on ESPN2.
Kansas football will host Iowa State on Saturday, Nov. 12, with an 11 a.m., kickoff and a live broadcast on FOX Sports Net (FSN) the Big 12 Conference announced on Monday.
Kansas football junior punter Cole Moos was named one of 66 candidates for the Ray Guy Award given annually to college football's best punter announced Monday by the Augusta Sports Council.
- Kansas Basketball -
This will not be a traditional Jayhawks team, one that beats you in the post. Kansas lost quite a bit up front but returns a stellar backcourt -- arguably the best in the country -- and some experience up front.
As much as KU’s four-guard lineup has dominated talk this preseason, the Jayhawks still have several other aspects of their rotation that need to be worked out. The starting five seems set, but the rotation from there is still a bit of a mystery.
At least part of tonight’s game plan figures to incorporate Self’s new desire to run with a four-guard lineup. The reason for Self’s plan to install such a system is the depth and strength of KU’s perimeter players. However, just because the Jayhawks have designs on playing four guards more than ever this season does not mean that’s the way it will play out against the Ichabods.
No. 2 Kansas opens 2016-17 exhibition play when it hosts Washburn Tuesday, Nov. 1, at 7 p.m. inside Allen Fieldhouse.
Kansas men's basketball team is ranked No. 3 in the Associated Press (AP) Preseason Poll, the AP released Monday. The AP ranking marks the highest preseason rank for the Jayhawks since entering the 2009-10 season No. 1.
"I’ve always been a guy that plays inside-out, and you guys know that," Self said. "But I’m becoming more and more open to playing outside-in, because we’ve had to the last couple years."
Payne averaged 4.62 kills per set on a .356 hitting percentage with seven blocks during week 10 of the season for the fourth-ranked Jayhawks (20-2, 9-1 Big 12).
The Kansas volleyball team finished last season in the Final Four and started this one ranked No. 4 in the country before falling as far as eighth. The Jayhawks (20-2) returned to No. 4 in the AVCA poll released Monday in the wake of Saturday’s five-set victory that ended a 25-match losing streak to Texas.
Coming off their highest conference finish in over a decade, the second-seeded Jayhawks will meet the seventh-seeded TCU Horned Frogs in the quarterfinal match set for 5:30 p.m., at Swope Soccer Village. The match can be seen via live web stream on the Big 12 Digital Network.
- College Sports -
When it comes down to it, the Big 12 is a victim of a bad break to start the entire playoff process.
Since releasing a summary of the Pepper Hamilton report in May, Baylor University has said little about the extent of its problem addressing sexual violence.
- In the News -
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