- Kansas Sports -
“We competed hard down the stretch,” Self said. “But, you know, physically, they (Indiana) just beat us on the glass and that was the difference in the game.... There were some decent things that we did, but not very many defensively or rebounding.”
“They’re still gonna have plenty of guys that are capable of playing very well,” Self said. “They still have good players. They’ve still got McDonald’s All-Americans playing with those other guys who can play. It just goes to show you how deep they are.”
Mason is Self’s quarterback. And you can tell that based on the coach’s play-calling late in Friday’s game.
Kansas men's basketball toured the 9/11 Memorial Sunday, a moving and unforgettable experience for those who were barely old enough to remember to those personally connected to the attack on the World Trade Center in New York City.
No. 3/2 Kansas, 12-time defending Big 12 regular-season champions, faces No. 1 Duke (2-0) in the State Farm Champions Classic Tuesday night at 8 p.m. (Central) at historic Madison Square Garden in New York City on ESPN.
- Kansas Football -
“As the linemen go, I go,” a smiling Kinner said. “Them guys did a really good job up front. I was just following them.”
“You can’t just look at wins and losses,” McKinney, long recruited by KU, told Jayhawk Slant. “Sometimes you have to look past that and where a program is at. Winning doesn’t always show everything. I see the Kansas program is going in the right direction. Just like yesterday against Iowa State, if they make a play or eliminate a mistake they would have won that game.”
Kansas football will host Texas for Senior Day on Saturday, Nov. 19, with the game being designated for a 2:30 p.m., start time the Big 12 Conference office announced Sunday morning. The game will be broadcast on ABC, with a reverse mirror on ESPN2.
With KU basketball thriving as always, and other sports emerging, Kansas football is being eclipsed by the success of and investment in the school’s other endeavors. And there’s no sign of any real progress.
- Kansas Sports -
Heuchan's golden goal in the 101st minute gave her team a 1-0 win over the Tigers and booked Kansas its first trip to the second round of the NCAA Tournament since 2008.
The Lady Bears high powered offense surged ahead late in the game after shooting 53.3 percent from the field. The Jayhawks on the other hand could only muster a 35 percent clip from the field, making only 6-of-24 three-point tries.
The final home match of the regular season for No. 4 Kansas volleyball on Saturday, Nov. 19 against Iowa State will start at 11 a.m. Central inside Horejsi Family Athletics Center, Kansas Athletics officials announced on Sunday.
- Other Sports -
Through nine games, Wiggins is averaging 26 points per game on 48 percent shooting from the field and 55 percent shooting from deep.
The Hawkeyes' visitor locker room at Kinnick Stadium is pink. Michigan's equipment staff redecorated the place with photos on the wall and maize and blue in multiple rooms.