- Kansas Sports -
All of KU’s players have been on campus in June except Svi Mykhailiuk, who is playing for Ukraine in the Under 20 world championships. Freshmen Josh Jackson, Udoka Azubuike and Mitch Lightfoot are in town, along with transfer Evan Maxwell.
Basketball has always been the one constant in Josh Jackson's life. As he enters Kansas, it has him on the brink of stardom.
On Wednesday, former Kansas Jayhawk Perry Ellis (who has since signed with the Dallas Mavericks to play on their summer league team) has signed an endorsement deal with.... yep, you guessed it: The Perry Ellis clothing brand.
Ever since Tony Pierson left after the 2014 season, fans of KU football have had a difficult time pinpointing exactly who the fastest player on the team has been.
A lawsuit alleging that administrators at the University of Kansas allowed the Student Senate to illegally slash the student newspaper’s funding has been dismissed after the reductions were reversed.
- College Sports -
Lightning strikes in Omaha pushed the national championship showdown between Arizona and Coastal Carolina to a 1:08 p.m. ET Thursday start time.
Offensive lineman Patrick Hudson has committed to Texas. Hudson is the fourth player who originally signed with Baylor to switch to the Longhorns. Like Hudson, Donovan Duvernay and Urquidez were released from their National Letters of Intent by Baylor because of the school’s decision to fire coach Art Briles.
Brenda Tracy, a former Oregon State student, talked to the Nebraska football team about an attack that happened to her while current Husker head coach Mike Riley was in charge of the Oregon State football program. "At one point I hated this man more than my rapists," Tracy told the team.
- Professional Sports -
Michael Phelps is the first USA male swimmer to make it to five Olympic Games after winning the 200-meter butterfly finals at the Olympic trials on Wednesday.
Luck, the first overall pick by the Colts in 2012, has been playing on his rookie contract and a multi-year extension was always expected. Colts owner Jim Irsay announced that the deal totals $140 million dollars, which is the largest contract in NFL history.