- Kansas Sports -
The Georgetown Hoyas and Kansas Jayhawks were supposed to resume the 3rd chapter of their 4 part home and home series this season. However, sources indicate that the series has been called off by mutual agreement of both schools.
Under the direction of new KU receivers coach Jason Phillips, the receivers, as well the rest of the Jayhawks, will make their first public appearance of 2016 on Saturday, when Kansas has its open practice — labeled as the annual spring game.
All three games against the Horned Frogs can be seen on ESPN3 with Saturday and Sunday's games also on the Jayhawk Television Network. Steven Davis (play-by-play) and Kevin Wheeler (analyst) will have the call. Visit KUAthletics.com/JTV for info on affiliates.
It’s completely up to them — specifically second-year head coach David Beaty — how much or little they let the media in, and if they want to keep it limited so their players can just focus on going to work, then so be it.
- College Sports -
Former 76ers GM Sam Hinkie, who appeared on ESPN’s The Lowe Post podcast on Tuesday and happened to resign his position with Philadelphia on Wednesday, openly discussed the unknown surrounding Embiid’s future.
Georgia Tech is in negotiations with Memphis coach Josh Pastner and is trying to make him the Yellow Jackets' next head coach, a source told CBS Sports late Thursday.
If you want drama, the NCAA Men's Frozen Four loves providing it this time of year. That was on full display once again Thursday night in Tampa as both national semifinals came right down to the wire.
- Professional Sports -
The NFL remains committed to its vision of expanding to the other side of the planet. But support for that vision, which includes a regular-season game in China in 2018, is not unanimous. Two teams, in fact, are raising objections to the league's plan.
John Oliver's subversive takeover of the Yankee Stadium premium seats continued on Thursday in the Bronx.
Fresh off NCAA title, Villanova’s Jay Wright has emerged as the top choice of the Phoenix Suns to become their head coach, per NBA sources.
- Potpourri -
The pitcher's name is Austin Trace, and he's not easily flustered.
In honor of its 40th anniversary, we break down why 'The Bad News Bears' is the greatest baseball movie ever made.