- Kansas Sports -
Goodman (NYJ) was one of five former Jayhawks to earn a free agent deal this weekend after going undrafted. Running backs De’Andre Mann (Atlanta) and Taylor Cox (Dallas), offensive lineman Larry Mazyck (Houston) and former KU safety Isaiah Johnson, who finished his college career at South Carolina and will head to camp with Tampa Bay, all agreed to free agent deals in the hours that followed the conclusion of this year’s draft.
Future Kansas University forward Mitch Lightfoot erupted for 32 points to lead all scorers in Saturday’s Ballislife All-America game at Long Beach (Calif.) City College.
On the season, Graham was first among the Jayhawks’ rotation player in box plus/minus, with a BPM of 9.9. This means that Graham contributed 9.9 more points per 100 possessions than the league average player. Essentially, he was the Jayhawks’ most valuable player.
With the help of three Jayhawks scoring below par, the Kansas men's golf team moved up two spots on Sunday to finish in a two-way tie for sixth-place at the Big 12 Championship.
A day after its best offensive performance of the 2016 season, Kansas' bats went silent at the plate, as Texas shut out the Jayhawks, 6-0, on Sunday afternoon at McCombs Field.
Even with Sunday's performance, the Jayhawks came away with its first series win of both the regular and Big 12 Conference seasons and their first over Oklahoma since 2009.
- College Sports -
In a statement Thursday, the board stressed that it wants the Division I council, which enacted the ban earlier this month, to conduct a thorough review of the entire FBS recruiting process. The council reports to the board of directors and oversees a number of NCAA legislative committees.
Davis is "accused of visiting multiple out-of-state recruits during a period when coaches aren't allowed any contact with recruits," according to AL.com. None of those recruits signed with Alabama, according to the report, but the impermissible contact was still worth the NCAA's attention.
- Professional Sports -
Paul Pierce, 38, signed a three-year, $10 million contract with the Clippers last year, but said after the game he's "50-50" on whether he will retire following the worst season of his professional career.
Rico Gathers hasn't played football since the age of 14. Regardless, the Dallas Cowboys selected him in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft.
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