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D-lineman KeyShaun Simmons aims to bring versatility to Kansas | KUsports.com

The lineman from Jackson, Mississippi, played small forward, power forward and center in high school. In 2015 he helped Ridgeland High reach the 5A state championship game, where the Titans lost to Callaway and star guard Malik Newman — now a member of the Kansas basketball team.

- COLLEGE SPORTS -

The crazy life of Luke Fickell

Longtime Buckeyes assistant Luke Fickell is preparing OSU for the CFP while also focusing on being Cincinnati's new head coach. A day in his life shows that the two-job life is one wild ride.

How Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State, Washington make and spend their money - CBSSports.com

The interesting question: How much is money also dictating who wins the national title?

John Calipari rips one-and-done haters: 'If it's your son, you want him out in a year' - CBSSports.com

Once again, Calipari has strong words for those who don't agree with kids getting paid.

Poll Attacks: If you voted Minnesota over Florida State, we're looking at you - CBSSports.com

Also, shout out to the coach who finally stopped ranking Michigan State.

Here’s what happens when you tell someone to LEAVE OFF a name from a Michigan jersey - SBNation.com

We’ve just got an extraordinarily literal receptionist on the other end of the phone. It’s hard not to chuckle.

- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -

Star-crossed? Lions must put missed calls in Dallas in past, get ready for Packers

Monday night’s loss means the Lions are not yet in the playoffs, and a loss to the Packers could knock them out entirely. But a win could give the heart-attack Lions a division title and a home playoff game, the latter of which they have not had since Jan. 8, 1994.

An Ohio newspaper snuck this 'Warriors blew a 3-1' joke onto its sports page - SBNation.com

Knock knock. Who’s there? 20th-century media entering the 21st.

- VIDEOS OF THE DAY -

Rockets rookie Chinanu Onuaku brings the underhand free throw back to the NBA - CBSSports.com

With Clint Capela on the shelf, Houston Rockets rookie Chinanu Onuaku has been called up from the D-League to contribute. And he has brought the underhand free throw back to the NBA.

Lions defender gets penalized for tackling Ezekiel Elliott - SBNation.com

Elliott ran up the middle. Robinson corralled him, and lifted him off the ground as he tried to bring him down. He didn’t do any of this after the whistle blew. Everything about that play was a defender legally tackling a running back.