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No. 4 Kansas Volleyball displays grit in five-set win over Kansas State

"There was a lot of ebb-and-flow in this match, but Kelsie got enough kills at the right time," Bechard said. "That's the best match we have had in a long time just from a competitive standpoint. It was good, competitive volleyball. They played well. We played well. We had enough in the end to make it happen."

Women's Soccer - No. 24 Jayhawks upended by Frogs in Big 12 quarterfinal, 1-0

Kansas will now wait to learn its postseason fate when the NCAA Tournament Selection Show is held on Monday, Nov. 7 at 3:30 p.m. The first round of the NCAA Tournament will be held on campus sites Nov. 11-13.

The Day After: Woeful against Washburn | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com

There’s no doubt that what we saw on Tuesday night won’t fly against Indiana and Duke — or even most teams in the Big 12 — but the guess here is that KU, with a few more practices and another exhibition game, will get things together in time to put much better showings on the floor in those two regular season openers.

Breaking down KU's four-guard attack in Tuesday's exhibition opener | KUsports.com

By game’s end, the number of different four-guard lineups that Self used had grown to 11, with the five perimeter players all rotating in and five different big men getting at least one crack at being the lone forward on the floor.

Kansas adds a superstar freshman to last year’s No. 1 overall seed. The Jayhawks are loaded again - SBNation.com

The Jayhawks have championship potential at the No. 3 spot in our rankings.

KU basketball shuttle bus no longer free and you still have to walk a little | KUsports.com

Ongoing construction around the Fieldhouse and increasing demand for parking have prompted some changes to parking and shuttle service.

Jayhawks lead Big 12 in third-down defense | KUsports.com

One of the first examples Bowen can utilize in such pep talks is KU’s third-down defense. Eight games into the season, the Jayhawks (1-7 overall, 0-5 Big 12) lead the conference in third-down stops. KU’s opponents have only converted 41 of 116 opportunities (35.3 percent) — good enough for 39th nationally.

What’s more, Kansas isn’t just feasting on non-conference stats to lead the league. KU also ranks No. 1 in Big 12 play, with opponents converting 25 of 65 third downs (38.5 percent).

KU football players shave heads to support young fan battling cancer | Smithology | KUsports.com

With Dineen leading the charge, a number of Kansas football players decided this week to shave their heads in a from of solidarity. So if you see a Jayhawk missing some hair, it wasn’t just part of some elaborate Halloween get-up or a stylistic choice. The Jayhawks just wanted to remind Cole they’re rooting for him.

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Oklahoma Beware: Iowa State weeknight games get crazy

The Cyclones are 4-2 in mid-week home games since 2008. That includes a win over No. 2 Oklahoma State in 2011, a victory over North Dakota State in 2009 and a one-point loss to Texas in 2013.

Michigan and Penn State refuse to play Friday night home football games - CBSSports.com

The Big Ten may be ready to start playing on Friday nights, but not all of its schools are into the idea.

Ben Simmons' year at LSU shows the worst of the one-and-done system

He arrived at LSU with little desire to achieve anything more than showcasing his talents to NBA scouts. He stopped attending classes as soon as he had guaranteed his eligibility for the entirety of his freshman season. And he escaped punishment for it because LSU was more interested in profiting from his presence on its basketball team than making sure he received an education during his brief time on campus.

Is the coaching carousel ice-cold? | 247Sports

As we stand today, nine weeks into the college football season, there isn't a single Power Five head coach that deserves to be fired. That's not the hot take most people want to hear. We're in a bloodthirsty era of college football where multi-million dollar contracts demand results. When everyone's getting paid millions, somebody is always underachieving. But this may just be that rare year where everyone lives to fight another season.

Report: Former Baylor employee says ex-AD asked for Title IX immunity for players

"The athletic director asked if I could give immunity to the football players that still were at the university," Crawford said. "I looked around the room and everyone had their heads down. I said, ‘No, I don’t know [if] they were an accomplice. I don’t know if they were part of this culture."

Crawford said she refused to give the Baylor players immunity, and told McCaw and the others that she didn’t even have a Title IX policy in place since she had only started her job a few months earlier.

Hate and Sadness: A Rival Perspective on the Baylor Scandal - Frogs O' War

Hating Baylor has always come naturally for TCU fans, which makes sorting through the current scandal difficult, and gives game week a very different feel this time.

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WATCH: What it looked like to walk around Wrigleyville after Cubs World Series win - CBSSports.com

As you're about to see, Cubs fans had thronged to the streets to celebrate the belt and the title and to forge memories -- memories they probably won't actually remember. Come with us, won't you?

NBA players enjoyed Cleveland blowing a 3-1 lead as much as everyone else did - SBNation.com

Even Draymond Green!

Remembering the five greatest Game 7s in World Series history

It’s only fitting that a World Series guaranteed to end a long-standing championship drought should be decided in Game 7. What’s waiting one more day when you waited all these years?