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Stronger finish: Jayhawks want to play better with leads after 89-72 win |
Despite his team racing out to a 54-34 halftime lead after shooting 65 percent in the first half, the Jayhawks (9-1) labored in the second half, let Nebraska hang around and even allowed the Cornhuskers (5-5) to dictate the way the game was played at times.

Bill Self discusses 89-72 win over Nebraska, Carlton Bragg suspension (Press Conferences & Post-Game Interviews) |
After an 89-72 victory over Nebraska on Saturday, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self discussed Landen Lucas' strong play, Carlton Bragg sitting out after Friday's arrest and much more.

Jayhawks cruise past Nebraska, five players score in double figures |
Five Jayhawks scored in double figures, including two key performers off the bench. Backup senior big man Landen Lucas contributed a personal season-best of 12 points, while adding seven rebounds and a blocked shot. Junior wing Svi Mykhailiuk, too, provided KU (9-1) with a boost against the Big Ten’s Cornhuskers (5-5), putting up 15 points as a reserve, on 6-for-11 shooting.

Ali Farokhmanesh only heckled by a few in first visit to Allen Fieldhouse
Ali Farokhmanesh’s first-ever trip to Lawrence and Allen Fieldhouse went pretty much as he expected: a few people noticed him, but not many.

Landen Lucas steps up for KU in 89-72 win over Nebraska
“I kind of made that executive decision on my own. We’ll see how it goes over with ’Chedd,’ ” Lucas said of KU basketball trainer Bill “Cheddar” Cowgill, who has monitored Lucas’ recovery from a sore foot, which at one point showed signs of a possible stress fracture.

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WATCH: Verne Lundquist tears up while saying goodbye to college football -
Army beat Navy 21-17 on Saturday to end a 14-game losing streak in the rivalry series, but it was not the only impressive streak that saw its conclusion in Baltimore.

WATCH: There are nasty dunks, and there's what Duke's Grayson Allen did to UNLV -
There are crazy dunks. Then there is what Grayson Allen did to UNLV in transition.

Louisville Quarterback Lamar Jackson Wins Heisman Trophy
The 6-foot-3, 205-pound sophomore made history as the first player from Louisville to win the trophy and the youngest ever at 19 years, 352 days. Although his team lost its last two regular season games, Jackson set an ACC record with 51 total touchdowns this year.

Army Beats Navy For First Time Since 2001
After an opening half where Navy had just one first down, Army took a 14-0 lead into the locker room at halftime. But the Black Knights had their hands full in the second half, as Navy came from behind with 17 unanswered points to take the lead in the fourth quarter. An Ahmad Bradshaw touchdown run with six minutes left put Army back on top, however, and they managed to hold on for the 21-17 victory.

NFL: Supporting Kanye West Does Not Qualify As A Charitable Cause
For one game only, the NFL allowed players the freedom to express support for charities in the “My Cause, My Cleats” campaign last week. Many players chose organizations with a personal connection (Brandon Marshall and Project Borderline for borderline personality disorder, Ryan Shazier and the National Alopecia Areata Foundation, Dak Prescott and the American Cancer Society), and more than 100 shared the stories behind their cleats on the Players Tribune. But Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham went a different route:

Hate Mail To Broncos Linebacker Brandon Marshal

Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall was the first NFL player to take a knee during a regular-season national anthem, an action which cost him a pair of endorsements. Marshall said he planned to continue his protest throughout the season. While speaking to the Denver Post earlier this season, he noted that non-minorities inherently have a hard time understanding the struggles of minorities in this country.