- Kansas Sports -
Among many other changes, former Memphis head coach Justin Fuente moved on to Virginia Tech and last season’s starting quarterback, Paxton Lynch, became the first-round draft pick of the NFL’s Denver Broncos.
Kansas football heads into its first road test of 2016 as the Jayhawks travel to Memphis, Tennessee, Saturday, September 17 for an 11 a.m. kickoff against the Tigers on ESPNU.
Brown, according to several recruiting sites, has cut Maryland from his final four and now is down to Kansas and Bill Self, Wake Forest and Danny Manning and the in-state Florida Gators.
"Our defense has kept us in matches in many ways so far this season and she is the caption of what we are doing defensively," Kansas head coach Ray Bechard said. "Our defense behind the block has certainly taken a step-up and Cassie is largely responsible for that."
- College Sports -
The NCAA listed four major factors that went into the Board of Governors' decision.
Kami Mueller, spokeswoman for the North Carolina Republican Party, issued a sharp rebuke to the NCAA’s decision later Monday night, questioning its logic and saying, "I wish the NCAA was this concerned about the women who were raped at Baylor."
Art Briles sits down with Tom Rinaldi to speak out for the first time since he was fired from Baylor University.
The GameDay crew gave their individual takes on the interview afterward. Rece Davis said he wouldn’t hire Briles, while Kirk Herbstreit said he "kind of owned up to it." Sam Ponder flat out questioned the entire apology.
Former Baylor coach Art Briles, in an interview with ESPN’s Outside The Lines, defended his decision not to meet with Jasmin Hernandez, a former Baylor student who was raped by former Baylor linebacker Tevin Elliott in 2012, despite a promise that he would.
Air Force held on to the football for an FBS-record 45 minutes and 14 seconds.
- Professional Sports -
I live in Los Angeles and I don't think too many people are that upset about the Warriors here. Would I do it if I lived in Oakland? Probably not.