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Texas Tech Visits Allen Fieldhouse with Big 12 Title on the Line
No. 2/2 Kansas (24-4, 12-3 Big 12) returns to the friendly confines of Allen Fieldhouse to host Texas Tech (18-9, 8-7), Saturday, at 11 a.m. on ESPN.
Jayhawks looking to make it a dozen in a row | KUsports.com
"We shouldn’t even be talking like that. We should be talking about playing Texas Tech, and that’s how we’ll handle it with our guys," stated Self, realizing nothing is guaranteed against a Tech team that has wins over No. 3 Oklahoma, No. 21 Baylor and No. 14 Iowa State in the five-game stretch of wins.
Surging Red Raiders' biggest challenge yet awaits them at KU | Smithology | KUsports.com
Defensively, Tech’s biggest strength is its shot-blocking ability. The Red Raiders are averaging 4.5 swats a game in league play, second only to OU’s 5.9. So finding ways to frustrate KU around the rim will also be critical in their upset bid.
Beaty Names Joe DeForest Special Teams Coordinator/Defensive Assistant
Kansas football head coach David Beaty announced that Joe DeForest has joined the KU coaching staff and will serve as the Jayhawks' special teams coordinator. In addition to his role as special teams coordinator, DeForest will be an assistant coach on the defensive side of the ball.
Beaty doesn't necessarily have to hurry to fill coaching staff | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
With spring practices slated to start eight days from tomorrow and three coaching vacancies still to fill, Kansas University football coach David Beaty is running out of time. Or is he?
Saturday Column: What will it take to turn KU football around? / LJWorld.com
What is it going to take to turn the program around? It should not be allowed to continue as it is. The university deserves better. A longtime, highly respected former sportswriter recently told this writer, "KU needs a chancellor who realizes football is the paddle that propels the canoe. Unfortunately, the next good season is decades away if massive changes aren’t made in the program."
(Mr Ed says: I realize this is an editorial, but all the author seems to want to do is fire everyone. There's nothing about what the people in charge of football are doing wrong. Also, I can guarantee you that the "mood" in the football offices isn't all gloom and doom, as this author suggests.)
March 5th Baseball Game Against BYU Moved to 11 a.m.
Originally slated for a noon start, head coach Ritch Price and Kansas Athletics officials decided Friday to move up the start time one hour to 11 a.m. Not only will this allow fans to catch the men's basketball game against Iowa State at 3 p.m., but will allow the baseball game to be broadcast as regularly scheduled on ESPN3.
Kansas men's basketball game conflicts with caucus - KCTV5
The Kansas Jayhawks are set to face off against the Iowa State Cyclones in basketball on the same day as the Kansas caucus. A petition has been created to change the time of the game.
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Why 2015 was the highest-scoring season in college football history - CBSSports.com
While you were watching (from the stands), sleeping (during another late-night Pac-12 game) or actually crunching the numbers, the most notable college football record of the modern era was set.
LOOK: The most hated college football team in each of the 50 states - CBSSports.com
Why Alaska hates Alabama so much, I'm not sure. Maybe it's because both states start with "ala" and there's a natural rivalry there. I don't know.
Ranking college football's 2015 coaching hires, one year later - CBSSports.com
Jim Harbaugh earned his praise, but where did the rest of 2015 college football coaching hires check in as we re-ranked the field after one year of on-field action?
Just for fun
Mr. Ed says: Just wanted to make sure everyone saw this fanpost; I loved it!