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Kansas football can't afford another sluggish start | KUsports.com
Following a Week 2 home loss to Ohio in which the Jayhawks failed early on to show much fight on either offense or defense, the words “fast start” likely have been uttered more than ever as KU prepares for its first road game of the season, Saturday at Memphis.
The voice of the Kansas Jayhawks, Brian Hanni, visits with this week's opponent in Know Your Foe, a weekly segment from KUAthletics.com and the Jayhawk Radio Network. As Kansas prepares for its week three contest against Memphis, Hanni caught up with Tigers play-by-play voice Dave Woloshin.
KU basketball again makes cut for 5-star forward Billy Preston | KUsports.com
Ranked No. 8 in his class by Rivals.com, the non-piano-playing Preston on Tuesday announced an updated Final 5 on his Twitter page.
Women's Soccer - Jayhawks journey to West Coast to take on Trojans
The University of Kansas soccer team will jet to the coast this weekend to take on the Southern California Trojans on Friday, Sept. 16.
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‘I’m Not the Lone Wolf’ | Bleacher Report
Chasing Ambien with beer to sleep. Forty-pound weight loss. Chest pains. To stay in football, Urban Meyer had to address his mental health. Now, to help America tackle the issue, Ohio State's head coach opens up in a B/R Mag exclusive.
Misery Index Week 2: Shafted in Stillwater | USA Today
It’s going to be another brutal season for the Jayhawks, who will be significant underdogs in their next seven games before hosting Iowa State on Nov. 12.
FCS coach: 'I'd mortgage my house' betting on Washington for national title
Portland State coach Bruce Barnum really likes the team Washington coach Chris Petersen has put together at Washington.
What is Penn State thinking in honoring Joe Paterno? | USA Today
This Saturday, in what is believed to be a first in the history of college football, a university will hold a game-day ceremony to honor the enabler of a child rapist.
- Professional Sports -
Bill Belichick isn't bending to NFL kickoff rule and others may follow suit
New England coach Bill Belichick, among others, appears to have considered the rule differently than intended. The 25-yard line change may indeed incentivize a receiver to take a safe knee, but it also tempts the kicking team to hit it higher and shorter and force a return.