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- Kansas Sports -
"Obviously we're thrilled to get this great opportunity," said head coach Mark Francis. "To be able to host an NCAA Tournament game at a venue like Rock Chalk Park is huge for us and we couldn't be more excited and ready to go. I know there's still a little sting left over from when they (Missouri) got us in the first round two years ago, so I think our girls will definitely go into this one with something a little extra. It should be a great game."
The Kansas football team returns to Memorial Stadium for its second-to-last home game of the 2016 campaign when it hosts Iowa State, Saturday, Nov. 12, for an 11 a.m. kick on Fox Sports Net.
Should Cozart remain sidelined, Beaty would at least have to consider giving redshirt freshman Carter Stanley the first start of his career Saturday against Iowa State.
"I don’t know where we’re at," Self said. "I hope that we’re ready, but I don’t know if any team knows or not if they’re actually ready until they play somebody else. Indiana could do some stuff that we’re not prepared for and I guess we could say the same thing that we could do....You guys know us and know me; I’m not gonna get funky in the first game to try to win one game. I want the guys to believe in the principles that we’re trying to put in now."
With the NCAA’s 12 days of mandatory time off a thing of the past — Tuesday’s travel day will mark KU’s final required off day — the Jayhawks can spend the next few days focusing hard on their first opponent, No. 11 Indiana in the Armed Forces Classic.
Josh Jackson split a pair of defenders at the top of the key, then pushed Emporia State forward Stephaun Limuel out of the way before finishing the first spectacular dunk of his college career — a one-handed slam in the second half of Kansas’ 104-62 victory over the Hornets on Sunday in Allen Fieldhouse.
- College Sports -
This essay comes nine days after a man attended a Wisconsin football game wearing a President Obama mask with a noose around his neck.
"My plan right now is to not have Shock for Oklahoma. I think there's some attitude issues right now," Grobe said via ESPN.
It was a Saturday of attrition.
First came the news that potential star freshman Harry Giles needed his knee scoped. Then, less than two weeks ago, another standout first-year player, Jayson Tatum, injured his foot. He and Giles are still not on the floor. Then on Monday, the program announced Marques Bolden, a freshman who was a five-star prospect, injured his lower leg.
The "Bears for Leadership Reform" group says it wants to address regents' transparency, appointments, conflicts of interest, structure and authority, as well as demanding more answers from the regents and the school's investigation into how it mishandled reports of sexual assaults for years.
- Professional Sports -
It all started when the Bills were lining up for a field goal. Seahawks corner Richard Sherman came off of the edge early for the block, and ran into Bills kicker Dan Carpenter. Because Carpenter received medical attention, he was forced to sit out a play. This forced the Bills to spike the ball to get him back on the field. Because of substitutions, the referee stood over the ball so long that the Bills were flagged for delay of game. After all of this, the Bills lined up for the field goal, and missed a 54-yard attempt.