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Big 12 Tournament: Jayhawks knock off K-State

Well I could, but I don't; And I should, but I won't; It's laughable

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- Kansas Sports -

On a roll: Carlton Bragg, Jayhawks impress in tourney opener |

Smiling through his post-game interview duties, Bragg had the bench celebrating on his two three-pointers.

The Day After: Status quo vs. K-State | Tale of the Tait |

For the third time this season, the Kansas University men’s basketball team defeated in-state rival Kansas State, this one coming via an 85-63 victory in the Big 12 championship quarterfinals on Thursday at Sprint Center.

Jayhawks have incentive to beat Baylor |

“Their zone has always given us problems. It gives everybody problems at times and certainly we didn’t attack it very well the last time. With the short turnaround I hope we’re prepared to do a much better job against them.”

Fish Smithson Embraces Leadership Role

"These guys look up to me and it is important for me to set a good example and help them along the way," Smithson said. "The way I see things – you can always get better."

- College Sports -

Roy Williams says criticisms of UNC's easy ACC schedule are 'horse s----' -

The unbalanced ACC schedule gave North Carolina just one home-and-home series against a team from the top seven in the league's final standings.

Ivy League basketball opts to stage conference tournament next year -

The Ivy League has only committed to the Palestra for 2017. Powers-that-be will wait and see how that goes before deciding which way to go come 2018 and 2019. For now, the Ivy League is locked into the next three years of choosing its champion by way of a bracket.

Homer bias is real and it will derail your March Madness bracket -

The folks at BracketVoodoo show how geography can impact how people pick their brackets and how you can use this knowledge to your advantage.

- Professional Sports -

Chalmers out for season |

Grizzlies guard Mario Chalmers will miss the rest of the season after rupturing his right Achilles tendon, and Memphis waived the veteran to clear up a much-needed spot on the roster.

Survivor Q&A with Scot Pollard: 'I had rats crawling on me at night' -

The biggest contestant on Season 32 of Survivor is for NBA player Scot Pollard, who braved the elements and lived to tell about it.