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Jayhawks on pace to become highest scoring team in Self era

No, for three reasons: A, I'm not that lucky. Two, we use smoke detectors and D, we live on the most boring street in the whole United States of America, where nothing even remotely dangerous will ever happen. Period.

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Starting center Udoka Azubuike's impact could fluctuate from game to game |

“You know what? Dok didn’t play bad,” Self offered, shortly after Kansas improved to 10-1 on the season. “He just got two fouls early. And if you start Dok the second half, he gets his third, he’s done for a while. I just thought we’d at least delay him getting his third foul, at least a couple minutes. And of course it only took two minutes after he got in there to get the third one.”

Jayhawks on pace to become highest-scoring team in the Bill Self era

An 89-71 victory over disciplined Davidson on Saturday at the Sprint Center hiked the Jayhawks’ points per game average to 88.0 with two nonconference games left to play. Self’s highest-scoring team — the 2009-10 Jayhawks — averaged 81.6 ppg en route to a 33-3 overall record and 15-1 mark in the Big 12.

KU coach Bill Self has decision to make with team’s three-point defense

Pomeroy conducted a later study and found that three-point percentage is 83 percent controlled by the offense and 17 percent controlled by defense. That made it the box-score statistic that defenses had least control over … outside of our old friend free-throw defense.

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Minnesota will play in Holiday Bowl after football players end boycott -

However, the two sides met again and key disagreements were addressed. While the suspensions would not be lifted, the 10 players would receive a fair hearing. In the Saturday statement, players maintained their position was not one condoning sexual violence or harassment.

​Let's hope Minnesota players learn about consent, pick causes more carefully -

Minnesota players decided they're going to the Holiday Bowl after all. Now it's time to educate them on what exactly they thought they were fighting for and what consent means.

This insane catch sent Youngstown State to the FCS championship -

Kevin Rader caught a four-yard touchdown with one second remaining with a one-handed grab that required him to go around an Eastern Washington defender.

Sexual assault activist demands answers from Oklahoma in wake of Joe Mixon video -

In her email to coach Bob Stoops and athletic director Joe Castiglione, Tracy challenged Oklahoma leaders to answer a simple question: If Joe Mixon punched a woman today, would he be kicked off the team?

Malik Monk sets UK record, wins thriller for Kentucky by disobeying John Calipari -

"Coach Cal told me to drive [on the game-winning possession]," Monk acknowledged. "But I was hot. So I didn't."

The wheel route is college football's rudest play. Here's how it works. -

Offensive football has a lot to do with dressing up the simplistic. The wheel route is no different, and its simplicity is striking. It doesn’t involve double moves or blatant deception.

Why does the NCAA not retroactively count postseason stats? | CollegeFootballTalk

San Diego State running back Donnel Pumphrey set the all-time career rushing record on Saturday by eclipsing Wisconsin’s Ron Dayne in a victory over Houston in the Las Vegas Bowl. Or did he?

Baylor women’s basketball openly lies about its blowout disgraces | New York Post

As the nightly FOX Sports Southeast studio show anchor carried word that Baylor coach Kim Mulkey “said they emptied the bench, tried to do everything they could do to keep it somewhat respectable,” video aired that violated such a claim.

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Chiefs choke at home, open AFC West back up for Raiders

Kansas City was angling toward an AFC West title and a bye after beating the Oakland Raiders at home last week. When the Chiefs took a 14-0 lead in the first quarter Sunday, it seemed like they were going to keep cruising. But they didn’t score another touchdown the rest of the day.

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Cindy Stowell died before her Jeopardy appearance aired, but first won a bunch of money for cancer charities -

Jeopardy at this moment is midway into perhaps the most compelling, heartbreaking, inspiring championship run I’ve ever watched as a sports fan.