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Gameday Breakdown: KU football at No. 14 West Virginia | KUsports.com
The Jayhawks didn’t cross the goal line last week in a 56-3 blowout at Oklahoma. KU reached the Sooners’ red zone once, and had to settle for a first-quarter field goal. The only time the offense sniffed the end zone again came immediately following a fumble recovery by Jayhawks sophomore defensive tackle Daniel Wise, and then Kansas gave the ball right back on a Montell Cozart interception. Obviously, a repeat of that sort of offensive effort (170 total yards) won’t accomplish anything at West Virginia.

Kansas will attempt to solve West Virginia's 3-3-5 scheme | KUsports.com
Kansas junior quarterback Montell Cozart and the Jayhawks (1-7 overall, 0-5 Big 12) will try to solve the conference’s best defense in hostile territory Saturday night at WVU’s Milan Puskar Stadium (6 p.m. kickoff, ESPN2).

Decision week looming for 2 of KU's top 2017 targets | KUsports.com
Exhibition play may have started and the Jayhawks may be kicking off preparations for their Nov. 11 and Nov. 15 regular season openers against Indiana and Duke (KU coach Bill Self said the team would begin looking at Indiana today) but recruiting, as always, remains a major priority for the Kansas basketball program.

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WATCH: Larry Nance with insane poster while wearing Lakers throwback uniforms - CBSSports.com
Friday night while wearing their 1983 throwback uniforms vs. the Warriors, Larry Nance found himself a lane, rose and absolutely eradicated David West. He actually used the former All-Star's face to propel him toward the rim.

Lakers put a beating on Warriors, and don't blame the schedule: Takeaways - CBSSports.com
So the Warriors, it appears, are not invincible. Not by a long shot. In just six games this year, they've already been thoroughly beaten twice -- first by the Spurs on opening night, and then again on Friday by a Lakers team that looks to be much improved under Luke Walton.

College football odds, predictions, Top 25 picks for a colossal Week 10 - CBSSports.com
Week 9 brought us upsets and began thinning the herd at the top of the rankings, a process that will continue over the next month until we have the final four for the College Football Playoff set.

Fan delays open-heart surgery to see the Cubs win the World Series - CBSSports.com
Wednesday night, the Chicago Cubs clinched their first World Series championship since 1908, giving countless fans something they've been waiting their entire lives to see. It's a tough thing to understand if you're not a Cubs fan. I don't pretend to.

The Cubs are set up for an extended run, but a big question needs answering - CBSSports.com
The Chicago Cubs just won the World Series for the first time since 1908. How long will they have to wait for the next one? Maybe not very. The window of contention with this group is wide open. Like almost dangerously so. (Ed note - how long until the Cubs are seen as Red Sox 2.0?)

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Get Ready for the Supermoon of a Lifetime
Entire lifetimes have come and gone without the moon looking quite as large as it will this month. On November 14th, skygazers will witness the closest full moon, or “supermoon,” of 2016. But more excitingly, it’ll be the closest full moon since 1948—and we won’t get another one like it until 2034.

Cucked Penguin's Insane Revenge Fight Is The Horror Movie Of The Year
The good people at National Geographic host a program called “Animal Fight Night.” Reader, it is exactly what you’d expect.

Nate Silver's Very Very Wrong Predictions About Donald Trump Are Terrifying
Nobody knows what the future holds. That’s what makes it so interesting—and often terrifying. But it’s become increasingly clear that the person who knows the least about the future is the one that everybody has been turning to for answers about the future of American politics: Nate Silver, the founder of FiveThirtyEight.