- Kansas Sports -
The 94-67 Jayhawk beatdown didn’t seem all that satisfying to coach Bill Self, however.
“We only practiced about 40 minutes yesterday,” KU coach Bill Self revealed after the Jayhawks took care of OSU, 94-67.
“It felt good to see it go in the hoop. I’ve been shooting like I’ve always been, waiting for it to go in,” Selden said. “My teammates kept telling me to shoot.”
The final score does not illustrate the two stretches of Monday’s game controlled by the Cowboys. Ford, who twice described his bunch as the “walking wounded,” said he was pleased by the way his team started the game but disappointed by how it finished each half.
Big wins over top 25 opponents helped Devonte' Graham garner Phillips 66 Big 12 Men's Basketball Player of the Week, the conference office announced Monday. Graham is presented player accolade for the first time in his career.
With the growing belief that five-star guard Rawle Alkins will end up at Arizona, prognosticators are switching their Jackson picks from Arizona to Kansas.
Mark your calendars now for March 24th - 27th to be in Lawrence, KS for the Tanager Sports National Championships at Free State High School. The multi-day event, which was originally to take place in Kentucky, will feature some of the top talent talent in the country, including a number of top Kansas recruits.
The Jayhawks face TCU for the first time in conference action on Wednesday, Feb. 17 at 7 p.m., inside Allen FIeldhouse.
The University of Kansas may make changes to security at its sports venues when the state begins allowing guns on campus in 2017 . A KU-specific plan is still being drafted, but leaders plan to prohibit guns from Allen Fieldhouse and Memorial Stadium.
- College Sports -
Kansas is leading the nation with nine top-50 RPI wins -- thanks, in part, to a 2-0 record against Oklahoma. And yet there's still an AP voter with Oklahoma ranked ahead of Kansas because, presumably, he's confused, which is detailed in the Poll Attacks.
Geneo Grissom was a Kansas verbal. After Mark Mangino was forced out, he re-opened his recruitment and went to Oklahoma. The Kansas D-Line has been awful ever since, although let's be honest, that probably has more to do with Gill and Weis than it does missing out on a recruit or two. But certainly, missing out on recruits like this had an impact on the likelihood of success for those coaches.
- Professional Sports -
The Broncos pass rusher admitted it in a conversation with Peter King of TheMMQB.com over the weekend, copping to an illegal bat of the ball towards the Panthers' end zone.