- Kansas Sports -
On seven possessions that culminated with a punt, none went for more than eight plays or 31 yards, or lasted longer than 4:10. On five of those occasions, Kansas went three-and-out. On average, the pre-punt possessions netted 10.7 yards.
It’s Boot Camp time for the Kansas basketball program, and for players like Jackson, fellow freshmen Udoka Azubuike and Mitch Lightfoot as well as transfers Malik Newman, Evan Maxwell and Tucker Vang, that means life is about to get a whole lot nastier.
The Kansas soccer team saw its chances but was unable to net the game-winner as the Jayhawks settled for a 1-1 tie with the No. 25 Pepperdine Waves Sunday afternoon at Rokus Field.
- College Sports -
"The MOB (Marching Owl's Band) sought to highlight the events at Baylor by satirizing the actions or inactions of the Baylor administration, but it is apparent from the comments of many spectators and Baylor fans that the MOB's effort may have gone too far."
Baylor defeated Rice 38-10 on Friday so everyone should have been happy in Waco, right?
Thanks to three personal foul penalties on Charlotte following an Eastern Michigan touchdown, the Eagles kickoff was moved from the 35-yard line to the 49ers 20.
That's an end-around into a reverse, with a flip back to a quarterback to set up a screen pass to an open receiver in the flat. It goes in the books as a 42-yard touchdown catch for Jonathan Giles from Patrick Mahomes, even though there were a bunch of other moving pieces.
To the Clemson kickoff team’s credit, they kept sprinting down the field and recovered the ball in the end zone as the Tigers took a 21-0 lead. Harris could have gotten away with the blunder had Clemson’s kick team just assumed the touchback like he initially did.
- Professional Sports -
On the Lions’ first play of the set of downs, tight end Eric Ebron shook safety Da’Norris Searcy so badly in the end zone that the refs thought he pushed off and threw a flag, nullifying a Lions touchdown. (Mr. Ed says: Dollar signs!!)