- Kansas Sports -
Tonight’s contest will be broadcast on the Jayhawk Television Network within the state of Kansas and Kansas City Metro area and on EPN3 outside that coverage area. Steven Davis and former Jayhawk Kevin Wheeler will have the call.
After two weather delays amounting one hour and 54 minutes and a two hour and 58 minute contest, Tuesday's Kansas baseball game against Grand Canyon ended in the 10th inning, 5-5, at Hoglund Ballpark.
Jackson — he figures to remain Rivals.com’s top-rated recruit when that Website releases its final ratings — is ESPN’s runner-up to incoming Duke forward Harry Giles, a 6-10, 220-pounder from Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Va.
I used to think that these things did not matter. After all, they’re just shoes. And it’s not as if KU, by signing a lucrative, long-term deal with adidas, is asking its athletes to wear low-top Kangaroos with the zippers on the sides that put them at a disadvantage. Nike, adidas, Under Armor, they all make quality shoes that are worn and trusted by some of the best athletes in the world. So Nike here, adidas there, who cares, right?
Long before Zach Harvey caught the eye of in-state programs Kansas and Kansas State, the Hayden boys basketball freshman left quite the early impression on his high school coaches.
Kansas head women's basketball coach Brandon Schneider and his staff added graduate transfer Sydney Umeri from the University of Virginia to the Jayhawks' roster, the first signee of 2016 for KU. As a graduate transfer, Umeri will be eligible to join Kansas on the hardwood next season and be able to play immediately.
- College Sports -
The Birmingham City Council passed a five-year, $2.5 million funding plan to support UAB football in its return to the field.
- Video of the Day -
If Padres color commentator Mark Grant was not already familiar with the remorseless, unsparing candor of his booth partner, first-year Padres play-by-play man Don Orsillo, then he surely knows now.