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Every Big 12 program currently sits above .500. Seven Big 12 teams enter conference play with 10 wins or more — including KU’s Friday night opponent, 11-1 TCU — and those seven teams have combined for just seven losses between them.
Copeland, who was ranked No. 23 in the recruiting Class of 2014 by Rivals.com, averaged 5.4 points and 3.3 rebounds while logging 19.6 minutes a game in seven games for the Hoyas this season. As a sophomore, he averaged 11.1 points, 5.4 rebounds, and 2.0 assists per game.
An arrest affidavit is a document filed by police explaining the grounds for an arrest. Allegations in an affidavit must be proved in court.
Following a morning practice, the Kansas men's basketball team turned into instructors to more than 550 youth at its annual holiday clinic Tuesday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse.
KU lists Defense at 5-foot-11 and 185 pounds, but he claimed during an interview with the Journal-World he’s closer to Talib's height (6-1), and explained he hopes to adopt Talib’s best on-field qualities through studying him from afar.
Tipoff is set for 7 p.m., on the Jayhawk Television Network/ESPN3 and the Jayhawk Radio Network.
- COLLEGE SPORTS -
In a season filled with poor offensive performances, the turnover-filled brick fest by the Texas Longhorns on Tuesday against the Kent State Golden Flash in a 65-58 loss in the Erwin Center was one of the worst in a bad season that continues to trend down.
In a day of surprising bowl results, Baylor's 31-12 victory against Boise State in the Cactus Bowl might have been the most stunning of all.
Quarterback Mason Rudolph and receiver James Washington announced on Tuesday they would be returning for their senior seasons in 2017.
- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -
Now, 21 games into his official rookie season with the Sixers, Embiid has become a sensation. And within the NBA Twitterverse and social media realms that once mocked him, the former Kansas big man has witnessed a surge in the opposite direction among fans, who are rallying to vote him into the 2017 all-star game.
Over several days of interviews, the Times asked Russian athletic officials if they were still disputing credible reports of doping centering on the 2014 Sochi Winter Games, and they told the paper they no longer could deny wrongdoing.
Caldwell did not want to dwell on the questionable penalty Tuesday. He said he preferred to follow league "protocol" when teams have issues with officiating — which is to file a formal complaint — "rather than complain about things that, really, to me, that borders in on starting to worm in on excuse-making, which I don't want to have any part of."