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Mahomes enters the week tied for second in the nation in passing touchdowns, with 14 in three games, even though the FBS leader, Cal’s Davis Webb (18 passing TD’s) and the quarterbacks with which Mahomes is tied — Washington’s Jake Browning and Missouri’s Drew Lock — all already have played four games.
The Kansas football team hits the road to open up Big 12 play Thursday, September 29, under the lights at Texas Tech.
KU football coach David Beaty opens his second Big 12 season on Thursday and will be an overwhelming underdog (again). If he’s in over his head, it’s not his fault, and failure would mean something much bigger than finding a new coach.
While the Jayhawks only are slated to lose seniors Frank Mason III and Landen Lucas to graduation following the upcoming 2016-17 season, Self and his staff are bracing for the departure of more.
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Social justice warriors at the University of Kansas screamed at, swore at and verbally abused members of the Young America's Foundation during a discussion group meant to examine the use of safe spaces.
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Miles was in his 12th season with the Tigers.
LSU contacting coaches to gauge interest does not necessarily mean the coaches will be interested in the position. The Tigers are 2-2 this season and named Ed Orgeron their interim head coach.
With a lead in a tight game against Oklahoma State on Saturday night in Waco, Baylor head coach Jim Grobe appeared to make one of the most ridiculous coaching decisions witnessed in a while when Baylor lined up to go for a first down on fourth and one from its own 24-yard line in the third quarter.
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Fernandez and two others were killed in an early-morning boating accident along the coast of Miami beach. Miami-Dade Fire Rescue reportedly received a call concerning a possible accident around 3 a.m. ET. Upon arrival, they found an overturned boat that had crashed into the rocks.
He passed Sunday at a Pittsburgh hospital, three days after being admitted and one day before he was scheduled to have heart surgery, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
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Chris Hassel was trying to take a seat during a segment on “Goal Line,” but he couldn’t because the chair kept sliding away from him. Eventually he started narrating his own failures at sitting down.
A woman at the LSU-Auburn game on Saturday appeared to try to catch an Auburn kickoff beyond the end zone at Jordan-Hare Stadium.