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Jayhawks win physical Sunflower Showdown at K-State | KUsports.com
For about 10 minutes during Saturday’s second edition of the 2015-16 men’s basketball Sunflower Showdown, it was the Kansas State Wildcats who played with more fire and ferocity with the hope that a strong effort would inspire the home crowd and give Kansas fits.

Bruce Weber makes case for Perry Ellis as Big 12 Player of Year | KUsports.com
Disappointed by yet another hard-fought loss, both to Kansas University and during this trying Kansas State men’s basketball season, KSU coach Bruce Weber took a moment after Saturday’s 72-63 loss to KU at Bramlage Coliseum to sound off about some bigger-picture Big 12 issues.

Kansas State Wildcats fans boo Kansas Jayhawks player who dunked at end of blowout | FOX Sports
His own coach had called what Kansas' Brannen Greene did at the end of the Jayhawks' win over Kansas State earlier this month "a d--- move," so how did you think Greene was going to be greeted at K-State on Saturday?

Mason leads Jayhawks past 'Cats | Sports - Home
Frank Mason III scored 15 points, Perry Ellis added 14 and second-ranked Kansas escaped with a 72-63 victory over Kansas State on Saturday after blowing most of a 17-point lead in the second half.

Perry Ellis’ eye made it seem he’d been in boxing match instead of Sunflower Showdown | The Kansas City Star
The whole court-storming talk was moot. No. 2 Kansas won 72-63 at Kansas State on Saturday night, but it was a battle at time. That showed on senior Perry Ellis’ face as he had a nasty eye injury that showed late in the game

Other News

Dallas Police: Johnny Manziel is a 'suspect' in 'ongoing investigation' - CBSSports.com
It's possible Johnny Manziel's on-field future is resolved before his off-field issues. The Browns quarterback remains under investigation by the Dallas Police Department, who confirmed Saturday he was a "listed suspect" in a Jan. 30 incident involving Colleen Crowley.

WATCH: A&M beats Kentucky at buzzer after debatable technical foul - CBSSports.com
An unexpected technical foul with 9.7 seconds left in overtime of Kentucky's loss at Texas A&M on Saturday might have been the reason the Aggies beat UK at home on a last-second shot.

No Duke hangover: Following loss, No. 5 UNC obliterates No. 11 Miami - CBSSports.com
The Tar Heels didn't let that frustrating home loss to Duke on Wednesday linger into the weekend. Roy Williams' fifth-ranked club blew out No. 11 Miami, running away early and basically turning the second half into an exhibition. The Heels won 96-71 and in doing so, put on their best performance of the season.

Tony Romo almost ended his NFL dream to become a golf pro - CBSSports.com
"I was just struggling for about three days. I remember sitting in my hotel room right there and I was so pent up with anxiety and everything was just coming to a head and it was like, 'I can't take it.' It was just so much. My whole life felt like it was on this moment.

Dada 5000 hospitalized with renal failure, dehydration after loss - CBSSports.com
Dhafir "Dada 5000" Harris was taken out of the ring on the stretcher and spent the night in a Houston hospital, where he continues to stay as he recovers. Jeremy Botter of Bleacher Report reported Harris was in critical condition overnight after his heart stopped while he was in the hospital.