- Kansas Sports -
The Kansas football outlook for 2016 season: It continues to be a rebuilding job for the Jayhawks, but after a winless season, they need to come up with something positive.
The Kansas coaches have been targeting Josh Rivas who has been to Lawrence to see the campus a couple different times. The offensive lineman from Hutchinson talked about his recruiting at the Kansas City Rivals Camp.
Three former KU football players are taking part in the first ever Pit Crew national combine on Friday in Concord, N.C: Tedarian Johnson, Corey King, and Kapil Fletcher.
Sophomore Sharon Lokedi kicked off the morning with a bang as she secured her spot at the NCAA Championships in two weeks by way of another stellar 10,000-meter outing Friday at the NCAA West Preliminary inside Rock Chalk Park.
Mostly west coast schools, plus Duke, Kansas, and Maryland. Right now, we've heard Duke is pretty much nonexistent in this one, and Kentucky has not shown any revamped interest.
Five-star forward Billy Preston from the class of 2017 cut his list down to a top four of Arizona, Kansas, Maryland, and USC earlier this spring. However, he's considerin adding some schools back onto his list. He discusses with Rivals.com his current top four, who he might add and why.
- College Sports -
The Baylor debacle only proves college athletics and the NCAA as a whole are incapable of learning any kind of meaningful lesson about their culture, because it is a bottom-line business. The money is too big and the souls of the men who control the games are too cheap.
Four-star TE prospect Kedrick James, one of the Bears' top Class of '17 recruits, decommitted; two other four-star prospects are wavering.
Self-imposed punishments include a double-digit reduction in football scholarships and a postseason ban in women's hoops.
Mayfield appealed his lost year of eligibility, saying the rule should not apply because he was not on scholarship at Tech. If the rule were changed as it relates to walk-ons, Mayfield would be a junior in 2016 instead of a senior.
The rapper had an extensive hospitality rider that included, among other things, liquor and condoms.
- In The News -
The technology involves 21 cameras strategically placed in KU's NICU. Together, these cameras form a system known as Angel Eye.