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Know Your Foe: Texas

The voice of the Kansas Jayhawks, Brian Hanni, visits with this week's opponent in Know Your Foe, a weekly segment from KUAthletics.com and the Jayhawk Radio Network. As Kansas prepares for its Big 12 contest vs. Texas, Hanni caught up with the Longhorns' Craig Way.

Kansas needs QB Carter Stanley to take next step in second start | Smithology | KUsports.com

David Beaty has seen redshirt freshman Carter Stanley manage a game. Now the Kansas football coach wants his starting quarterback to take the next step this week, in his second career start.

Scenarios: vs. Kansas | The Daily Texan

On paper, Texas has the advantage over Kansas in practically every area. The Longhorns have the better quarterback, the better defense and a much more reliable special teams unit. But there are two things that can breed conditions for an upset: turnovers and big plays.

Texas Pregamer: Kansas - Barking Carnival

As detailed in the documentary ‘The Wizard of Oz’, Kansas tornados are a product of intense LSD trips. And speaking of hallucinations, bowl eligibility appears to finally be within the Longhorns’ grasp.

Former Washington State QB Peyton Bender to visit KU | KUsports.com

Bender transferred to Itawamba Community College this past offseason after being ruled academically ineligible at WSU for the 2016 season.

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Getting to know: Siena basketball | Call it a Nightengale | KUsports.com

Ranked 79th in the latest KenPom rankings, Siena features a dynamic offense with a few players capable of scoring in double figures in each game. Turnovers were a big problem for the Saints last season, but they’ve made big strides and committed only 14 turnovers through two games.

Ole Miss transfer Dwight Coleby still awaits his Kansas debut | KUsports.com

“There’s nothing that’s kept him from playing from my standpoint,” Kansas coach Bill Self said. “We’re listing him as healthy. He’s practicing every day, it’s just that he doesn’t have the same bounce and quickness as he had last year prior to injury. He’s still working on getting it back. It’s not anything I’ve got against Dwight, but it’s really not fair for him or fair for the team if he really can’t move to the point that he needs to.”

Throwback Thursday Podcast: Eric Chenowith

The voice of the Kansas Jayhawks, Brian Hanni, will periodically catch-up with former Kansas student-athletes and staff members as part of his Throwback Thursday podcast. Take a stroll down memory lane with Hanni as he's joined this week by former Kansas basketball player Eric Chenowith.

How KU defended Duke’s Grayson Allen, and what it means for the future | KUHoops.com

It was part of one of the worst nights of Allen’s career. The preseason consensus All-American finished with 12 points, which was his lowest point total in 28 games. He also made just 4 of 15 shots.

(Mr. Ed says: Fetch beat you to it, Jesse!)

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Don't forget the KU women's soccer team is playing at North Carolina tonight in the NCAA Tournament!

Cross Country - Lokedi travels to Terre Haute to compete in NCAA Championships

Lokedi will strive to end her sophomore campaign as a national champion and improve upon her historic performance in the event last year. In the 2015 championship meet, she placed 10th overall to post the best all-time performance by a Kansas female at the championship race.

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Interview: Mark Mangino: I would be willing to coach again | Heartland College Sports

It was a fascinating discussion with Coach Mangino about how he built up the Jayhawks program, why he takes the blame for his brief tenure at Iowa State, and how he would like to see the Big 12 grow moving forward. Plus, he is a fan of the BCS! And when it comes to what’s next for Mangino, he did say and explain why he “would be willing to coach again.”

What Kansas' wild win over Duke means for this college hoops season - CBSSports.com

Tuesday was terrific for college hoops -- and there's a lot more coming in months ahead.

Missouri commits last-second foul, blows chance to upset No. 11 Xavier - CBSSports.com

With 1.7 seconds left on an out-of-bounds play from halfcourt, Xavier caught a huge break when Macura's quick pass to Edmond Sumner -- which would have made for a very tough, quick shot -- was bailed out by a foul on Phillips. The Mizzou vet was baited into going for the steal, but couldn't make the play.

Houston knocks Louisville out of the Playoff race and sacks Lamar Jackson 11 times - SBNation.com

What looked like an opportunity for No. 5 Louisville to make their case for the College Football Playoff against Houston quickly turned into a nightmare for the Cardinals.

At Wazzu, Leach cements reputation as program-builder

Washington State had gone eight seasons without a winning record and won a total of nine games in the four seasons before Leach's arrival in 2012. A program that traditionally had struggled to sustain success had tumbled to new depths.

(Mr. Ed says: Hmm.  Does that sound like a program you know, Dr. Zenger?)

Stanford’s band banned from Big Game | NBC Sports

The band was issued a travel ban in March 2015 for “violations from complaints by band members for sexually explicit and offensive acts, hazing and violations of alcohol and controlled substances.”

Oklahoma player thwarts on-campus hate with impromptu speech on megaphone - CBSSports.com

Sooners RB Najee Bissoon took control of a situation with his message of unity.

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Seltzer's Notebook: Thibodeau Praises Bigs, Wiggins Talks Embiid | Philadelphia 76ers

“It’s definitely been a long process,” Wiggins said following Minnesota’s shootaround. “He’s back now, he’s healthy, and playing great basketball.”

Jahlil Okafor loses bet to teammate Joel Embiid after Kansas knocks off Duke - CBSSports.com

Joel Embiid wins the internet again.