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They come runnin' just as fast as they can

- Kansas Sports -

Big hit brings scary flashback for KU QB Cozart | KUsports.com

Both Cozart and Kansas coach David Beaty believe KU’s starting quarterback will be available this week at Memphis.

Women's Soccer - Georgoulis shines in Kansas’ 3-0 win at UMKC

The win moved Kansas to 5-2-1 this season.

Swimming - Indiana's Lauryn Parrish announces verbal commitment to Kansas Jayhawks

At the 2016 Big 12 Championships, Parrish would have finished third in the 200 freestyle with her lifetime best time.  No matter which of her best events the Kansas coaching staff puts her in, Parrish is poised to make an impact on the second place Big 12 team.

- College Sports -

MAC suspends officiating crew after blunder in Central Michigan-Oklahoma State game

An officiating error following an intentional grounding penalty allowed for an untimed down, ultimately costing the Cowboys a win. A day later, administrators from both conferences have handed out penalties to those involved. First, the Mid-American Conference announced a two-game suspension for the eight-man referee crew that called the game. Additionally the Big 12 announced that its instant replay crew, which oversaw the game, has been suspended for two games as well.

Nick Saban ‘almost embarrassed’ following Alabama’s four-TD win – CollegeFootballTalk

Saban: "I don't know if I've ever been more disappointed after a win, ever."

Hideous clock management at goal line gives Navy win over UConn

After calling a timeout on second down at the Navy 1 while trailing 28-24 with 17 seconds left, UConn chose to run the ball for the game-winning touchdown. The attempt was stuffed and Navy held on for a 28-24 win because UConn couldn’t get lined up in time for another try at the end zone.

VIDEO: Here's the Art Briles interview from College GameDay - FootballScoop

Art Briles sat down for an interview with ESPN’s Tom Rinaldi, the first five minutes of which aired Saturday morning on College GameDay.

The portion we saw today was, sadly, about what you’d expect. Briles uses victims as a cover to talk specifically about what happened, and the idea that a player can be a threat to campus safety and a valuable member of his football team at the same time still seems lost on him. The only time he shows true emotion is when Rinaldi asks Briles what the rape scandal has cost him personally.

ESPN will air more of the interview on Monday’s Outside the Lines. Until then, here’s what we have.

- Professional Sports -

How about those Chiefs?!?!

Smith, Ware lead record KC Comeback - Arrowhead Pride

They were down 24-3 and came back to win. That is the largest comeback in Chiefs franchise history.

The Recap I was Going to Write - Arrowhead Pride

I was so sure that the Chiefs were going to lose that I wrote the recap early. And then ... they didn't lose. They came back and won incredibly.  Here's the recap post I was going to write today. Please laugh at me in the comments.

End of an error: Oakland A’s release Billy Butler - Athletics Nation

With one year left on his $30 million contract, the Athletics and Billy Butler have parted ways.