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It’s not so much that the fans can’t handle losing. If anything, they’ve become experts on how to do that. And, for the most part, I don’t think any of them are expecting a reversal of fortunes immediately. What they are expecting, however, is progress. And, whether it’s there during the offseason and practice or not, it’s not showing up on Saturdays and that is creating quite a problem when it comes to support.
According to Lucas, a fifth-year senior who has been through several of these, Day 1 was a success on a lot of levels, but the KU forward believes that better days are ahead the rest of the week now that the anticipation is behind them.
Listed in last season’s media guide at 6-foot-9, 220 pounds, Bragg said Monday that he actually played closer to 215 a season ago and now stands 6-10, 245.
Schultz should score in the Big 12 Conference Championship. Last season, she would have been an A finalist in the 100 butterfly and in the B final of the 100 and 200 freestyle and 200 butterfly.
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Louisville’s sophomore QB might've had a Heisman moment (or three) against Florida State. He’s surprised lots of us, but not the people who knew him back when.
The indicted former Bears player showed up in their locker room last week. The coach says he didn't recognize him, and the university now says Oakman isn't allowed to return.
During Monday’s Big 12 teleconference, Texas coach Charlie Strong was asked about his defense and all he could do is sigh.
Look out Texas, there is a new bully of the Big 12 and their name is the Iowa State University Student Government.
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According to the Vikings, this is the shortest, quickest way to the locker room, although there is another tunnel that leads there. Peterson refused a cart on the sidelines, so trainers chose to take him through this bar area on floor level, where the footage of him was caught clearly by cameras. That's an unfortunate look.