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After its more-intensive closed practice, Kansas made its way to a full crowd at Wells Fargo Arena – the host site for the first and second rounds – for a 40-minute open practice.
"I’m feeling good. My hip is a little sore. My foot is a little sore. I’m continuing to get treatment. It’s getting better," said the 5-foot-11, 185-pound junior guard from Petersburg, Va., who deems himself physically fit for today’s 3 p.m., NCAA South Regional opener against Austin Peay.
The Governors (18-17) took the OVC Tournament as the No. 8 seed, and had to win on the final day of the regular season to get in. KU (30-4) has won 12 straight Big 12 titles in a row.
"I used to get mad when I didn’t get the ball," Horton said from the Austin Peay locker room on Wednesday. "And my dad was like, ‘If you don’t get the ball, just go get the offensive rebound.’"
Sophomore right-hander Andie Formby extended her scoreless streak to 26 and two-thirds innings after recording her third-straight complete-game shutout, as Kansas shut out Creighton, 6-0, on Wednesday afternoon at the Creighton Sports Complex.
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SB Nation's Chris Dobbertean has made his picks for this season's big dance, and shared some of his thoughts on what's good and (mostly) bad about the bracket. Just use his selections at your own risk.
Check out this year's picks broken down by state so you avoid any regional bias when you make your 2016 NCAA Tournament picks.
Things got dramatic and heated in College Station on Tuesday night.
- Professional Sports -
Say goodbye to the Dwayne Bowe era in Cleveland.
The Vikings' worst nightmare is about to come true: When the team's new stadium opens up for the 2016 season, it's going to be located on Chicago Avenue, a street named after one of their biggest division rivals.
Some of Aaron Rodgers' Twitter followers were kind of confused on Tuesday.
Cleveland.com's Dan Labbe has discovered if you have your iPhone's location services feature turned on and summon Siri with just one word -- "sadness" -- (unintentional) comedy ensues. Labbe writes that Siri brings up directions to FirstEnergy Stadium.
Kirk Cousins was at his in-law's house when the drug test guy showed up - and it gets crazier from there.