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Montell Cozart apologizes to team for his performance at Memphis

Everybody needs a little time away

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QB Montell Cozart apologizes to teammates for latest Kansas loss |

“I was sitting in class and it just struck me that I wanted to talk to the guys,” Cozart said. “I just wanted to let those guys know that game was on me. I feel like I let everyone down. I didn’t even give us a chance and I just wanted to let those guys know I’ll be much better this week and then going into Tech next week.”

He Will, He Won't, He Might: Devonte' Graham | Tale of the Tait |

Gifted with good size, great skill and an intense desire to compete and play with passion, Graham has become one of the main keys of this Kansas team and followed in the footsteps of some of the better versatile guards that Self has coached at KU.

KU's Carlton Bragg takes time at NCAA Leadership Symposium to heart |

Bragg found himself most moved by the words shared by former Kentucky and Boston Celtics great Antione Walker, who, after a 16-year professional career that included an NBA title in 2006 and three appearances in the NBA All-Star Game, now claims to be penniless and focused on helping other young athletes in the position he once enjoyed avoid similar pitfalls.

VIDEO - The Vertical Breakdown – Josh Jackson strengths

Mike Schmitz of DraftExpress examines the strengths of NBA Draft prospect Josh Jackson who will play at Kansas.

Women's Soccer - Jayhawks set to host No. 25 Texas Tech in Big 12 opener

Kansas soccer will return to Rock Chalk Park Friday night to kick off conference play when the Jayhawks welcome the 25th-ranked Texas Tech Red Raiders to Lawrence.


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Briles, former AD McCaw removed from lawsuit against Baylor

The men had been named in Jasmin Hernandez's lawsuit against Bayor as co-defendants in their ''official capacity.'' But Briles' lawyers argued both men could not be sued in their official role under the Title IX federal gender discrimination law cited in the lawsuit. Hernandez's lawyer, Alex Zalkin, said he would refile claims against both Briles and McCaw in federal court under Texas state negligence claims.

Baylor coach says comments about ex-DE facing sexual assault charge taken out of context

Wednesday, Grobe opened his news conference by claiming his comment not knowing who the 6-foot-9 former Bear had been taken out of context and that there would’ve been no confusion had he been asked specific follow-up questions.

TCU’s leading receiver/nation’s leading punt returner sidelined indefinitely – CollegeFootballTalk

Head coach Gary Patterson allowed Tuesday that KaVontae Turpin will be sidelined indefinitely because of an unspecified injury sustained in the Week 3 win over Iowa State.

Miami says ‘no indication of inappropriate conduct’ by Hurricane players at App State – CollegeFootballTalk

As Miami looks to focus on its ACC opener against Georgia Tech next weekend, allegations from last weekend may prevent them from doing that in the here and now.

17 ways the world was different the last time Tennessee beat Florida -

If you really think about it, 11 years is a pretty long time, so I decided to do a little research to see just how much has changed since that 30-28 Tennessee victory over Florida on Sept. 18, 2004.

How Michigan shamed Tom Brady into college exile | New York Post

They shunned him, they booed him, they disrespected him -- even after he emerged as an MVP quarterback with four Super Bowl rings. No wonder Tom Brady stayed away from Michigan, his alma mater.

College Football Bottom 25 rankings: Going winless is harder than going undefeated -

There are over four times as many undefeated teams as there are winless teams right now. So, you tell me, which is the more prestigious championship: the College Football Playoff or the Bottom 25? In your heart, you know the real answer.