- Kansas Sports -
Top-ranked recruit Josh Jackson has signed and will be a freshman at the University of Kansas in 2016-17, KU men's basketball coach Bill Self announced Tuesday.
Since it was the first we’ve heard from Self about his new star-in-the-making, let’s take a little deeper look at what Self said about Jackson and break those comments down into why and how Jackson fits so well at KU.
Suspense was in the air, but it did not last long as Kansas was one of the first four teams to flash across the screen during the 2016 NCAA Women's Tennis Championships selection show. KU, who is appearing in the tournament for the first since 1999, will take on UC Santa Barbara in the first round of play on Friday, May 13 at 12 p.m. (CT) at the Hellman Tennis Center in Berkeley, California.
- College Sports -
“If we do nothing, we’ll fall behind the SEC and the Big Ten in terms of [revenue],” Bowlsby told reporters Monday in Phoenix at the Big 12 spring meetings. “We may be every bit as competitive as we are today, but we’ll fall behind financially.”
The camp at Blue Springs South next month — dubbed the Midwest Elite Football Camp — will be for all incoming and current high school-age players and run from 5 to 8 p.m. Harbaugh will also host a camp at Pittsburg State from 9 a.m. to noon on the same day.
Mountain West commissioner Craig Thompson said he did not have direct contact with Bardo or Wichita State officials. He added that if Wichita State plans to park its basketball program in a new conference, “It ain't going to be us."
Beaty is ranked last for the second season in a row. Last year, it was because he was new; this year, it's because he has an entire season under his belt but is still looking for his first win.
Florida State confirmed that it has no plans to change its stadium policy regarding headgear anytime soon.
Birds are landing on Boise State's blue turf, presumably thinking that it's a body of water.
- Professional Sports -
With Leicester City pulling off the improbable and winning the Premier League on Monday, the three largest bookmakers in England will lose $11.4 million together, according to Darren Rovell of ESPN.