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Failing Grade: KU football starts slowly in 37-21 loss | KUsports.com
Instead of exploiting that from the jump, Kansas (1-1) began with a conservative offensive game plan that led to 21 yards of total offense in the first half and a 25-0 hole that proved to be too deep to overcome.

Five-star forward to host KU staff | KUsports.com
The Kansas men’s basketball program on Monday will continue its pursuit of a big man to take the spot once reserved for No. 1 overall recruit DeAndre Ayton, who, last week, committed to Arizona.

Payne leads KU volleyball to sweep over UNI | KUsports.com
With a dominant night from junior Kelsie Payne, the fourth-ranked Kansas volleyball team swept Northern Iowa on Saturday, 26-24, 25-17, 25-23, at Horejsi Family Athletics Center

Game balls and gassers: KU vs. Ohio | KUsports.com
Safety Bazie Bates knocked the ball out of receiver Jordan Reid’s hands to deny him a touchdown and save Kansas four points when Ohio kicked a field goal. He also contributed nine solo tackles and two assists.

Mistakes costly for Jayhawks in 37-21 loss to Ohio | KUsports.com
Searching for its first winning streak since the start of the 2011 season, too many mistakes cost the Kansas football team in a 37-21 loss against Ohio on Saturday at Memorial Stadium.

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Fantasy Football Week 1 Start 'Em and Sit 'Em: Derek Carr's dream matchup and all the bust alerts - CBSSports.com
The start of the NFL season always brings about renewed hope. Every fan thinks their team has a chance to win the Super Bowl, and every Fantasy owner is excited about their roster.

Vols live up to hype as Battle at Bristol 'champions' but next step matters most - CBSSports.com
Not even two weeks into September, at a NASCAR race track in remote East Tennessee, they shot off confetti cannons for the winner of a college football game.

What we learned in Week 2: No one in college football is ever truly safe - CBSSports.com
The curse and beauty of college football is no rewind button exists. Oh, the do-overs that refs, coaches, players and fans would love after Week 2.

UFC 203 results: Miocic crushes Overeem in first round; CM Punk disappoints - CBSSports.com
Cleveland still has its champion. Stipe Miocic survived a flurry early in the first round when Alistair Overreem clipped him with a tough right hook and tried to lock in a guillotine choke. But Miocic survived the scare, got up and sent Overeem running, literally, for his life.Nick Saban goes off on Lane Kiffin in blowout, has perfect comment after game - CBSSports.com

Winning by 28 points at home is not enough for Nick Saban. He demands perfection at all times, and a 38-10 win over Western Kentucky is not perfection -- heck, it wasn't even enough to cover.

The Big 12 could have prevented Oklahoma State from losing to Central Michigan - CBSSports.com
Central Michigan's incredible Hail Mary lateral touchdown play to beat Oklahoma State on the road counts in the books and won't be changed, even though the untimed down should have never taken place.

Doug Baldwin reveals Seahawks' plan for protesting during national anthem Sunday - CBSSports.com
Kaepernick's been sitting or kneeling for the national anthem prior to the 49ers playing thus far in the preseason. He was joined during preseason games by Seattle corner Jeremy Lane, and Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall took a knee during the first game of the season on Thursday.