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KU football coach David Beaty: 'I’m going back to the way that I was' | KUsports.com
Whether it came in the form of taking over the play-calling, coaching the quarterbacks, instructing the punt returners or any other number of smaller tasks that often go unnoticed, Beaty, in recent months, added a lot to his unending role as the head coach at Kansas. Tuesday, he vowed to change that in the coming weeks by falling back on a core philosophy he leaned on when putting together his staff in the first place.
Grading Kansas in David Beaty's three areas of emphasis | CJOnline.com
The Jayhawks rank dead last in the nation with 11 turnovers surrendered on the year. And as Beaty pointed out, there hasn't really been just one issue inside that statistic to correct.
Beaty discusses bye week and upcoming game at Texas Tech
Kansas head coach David Beaty conducted his weekly press conference in advance of the Jayhawks' bye week and Thursday night (Sept. 29) showdown in Lubbock at Texas Tech. Beaty met with the media inside Mrkonic Auditorium.
AUDIO - Bye week Q&A: David Beaty on locker room renovations and lessons learned from losses (Press Conferences & Post-Game Interviews) | KUsports.com Audio
After a 43-7 loss against Memphis last week, Kansas football coach David Beaty met with the media to talk about what changes are needed, how the team needs to develop, locker room renovations and a look ahead to Texas Tech.
Finishing touches complete, Kansas football team gets new locker room and player's lounge
The Kansas football team permanently moved into it's remodeled locker room and player's lounge which cost around $2 million.
Volleyball - No. 8 Kansas hosts Oklahoma in Big 12 opener
Kansas begins Big 12 Conference play on Wednesday in front of a national television audience as the Jayhawks play host to Oklahoma on ESPNU at 6 p.m. Central.
He Will, He Won't, He Might: Frank Mason III | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
Known for his toughness and attacking style, Mason worked on his body in the offseason and appears to be more fit, athletic and explosive than ever before. Here’s a look at what that could mean for his 2016-17 campaign.
Landen Lucas eager to help, watch freshman Udoka Azbuike develop | KUsports.com
There’s a difference, though, between being a big presence and an effective big man and Lucas is hoping to help impart some of his wisdom on the rookie during his first season as a Jayhawk.
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Riding high again at Louisville, Bobby Petrino is remade as a coach and person - CBSSports.com
"Forget the football coach," athletic director Tom Jurich said. "He remade himself as a person." On that, we will mostly have to take Jurich's word. It's been 32 months since Jurich put his reputation on the line by hiring back Petrino.
Coaches try to keep players from tossing back touchdowns - AP
''After the play, I just told him, first of all, what a great play. What an awesome run. Tremendous,'' Swinney said. ''Now, secondly, you are going to be on SportsCenter for the rest of your life because you didn't hand the ball to the ref. How many times do I have to tell you to hand the ball to the ref?''
Here's how competitive North Dakota State could be in the Big Ten West - SBNation.com
Let's just have some fun here.
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Vegas releases 2016-17 NBA season over/under win totals for every team - CBSSports.com
The Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas revealed its over/under win totals for the 2016-17 NBA season Tuesday, and it's time to start poring over the odds.
Andy Reid calls out Texans player, says he flopped on a would-be Chiefs touchdown - CBSSports.com
"[James] knew he was outflanked, so he literally flopped," Reid said, per the Kansas City Star. "Nelson put his hands out, put him down and the kid just jumped into his body. Obviously from the officials' perspective it didn't look like that."
VIDEO - The story of a Chiefs fan's amazing artwork honoring his father's legacy - SBNation.com Video
Chris Sembower's relationship with the Kansas City Chiefs runs deeper than a typical fan's. After becoming inspired by the powerful decibel levels that Arrowhead Stadium is known to generate, Sembower embarked on a journey to visually display that -- and turned his artwork into a profession to honor his father's memory.