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Armstrong said he finally felt like himself again in Week 3, at Memphis, when he recorded two sacks, setting off a streak of games with at least one for the rusher that has yet to come to an end.
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 football player Frank Seurer.
After a brutal offensive performance against Oklahoma, the Jayhawks get no reprieve this week against a stingy West Virginia defense, especially against the run. In conference play, West Virginia is only allowing three yards per rush.
The Mountaineers must regroup after their first loss at Oklahoma State and get motivated to take on the Jayhawks. Kansas has lost 17 straight Big 12 games and 39 consecutive road contests.
Kansas basketball head coach Bill Self, freshman forward Mitch Lightfoot and junior guard Devonte' Graham met with members of the media as the Jayhawks prepare for their second exhibition game against Emporia State on Sunday, Nov. 6 (7 p.m., JTV/ESPN3).
"That’s the struggle, right there," Graham said. "(Self’s) telling you to be aggressive (and) in a lot of guys’ minds we first think go and score. But that’s not what he’s saying. He means get guys open, drive to pass or get a teammate a shot. You gotta get your nose dirty."
"For me, I’ve gotta be able to move the ball, rebound and defend," Lightfoot said during a Thursday meeting with the local media. "That’s my biggest thing. Coach has really emphasized that with me."
When Kansas swimming and diving takes on the University of Nebraska Saturday, many Jayhawks will be experiencing the Devaney Center Natatorium for the first time. However, head coach Clark Campbell and assistant coach Jen Betz, both former Kansas swimmers, will see the vestiges of a classic rivalry, recently renewed.
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After finding sexually explicit 'scouting reports' of female soccer recruits, Harvard athletic director cancels the men's soccer team season.
Bluefield State was shut out in the second half.
A deeper look at Baylor scandal aired Tuesday on '60 Minutes Sports'
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For those who don't get the green apples, it's a play on when Caray said, "Sure as God made green apples, someday, the Chicago Cubs are going to be in the World Series."