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The Kansas football team looks to ride the wave of momentum following a 55-6 victory over Rhode Island, as the Jayhawks welcome Ohio to Memorial Stadium Saturday, Sept. 10 for a 1:30 p.m. kickoff on Fox Sports Net.
Like Booker, Beaty expects senior linebacker Marcquis Roberts and sophomore defensive tackle D.J. Williams back for Week 2 after missing the opener. The coach didn’t state the reason Roberts and Williams — both projected starters — didn’t play in KU’s first game.
“He was asking me why I committed here, what I liked about the coaches and the program,” Garrett said of Brown. “I just told him it’s a great basketball program and it really doesn’t get any better.”
The Gardner, Kansas native helped No. 4 Kansas improve to 6-0 with three wins during the Kansas Invitational, in which she earned all-tournament team recognition.
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Auburn tried something unique, and Clemson’s staff had to be ready for it.
The Seminoles shook off a terrible first half, rallied from a 22-point second quarter deficit and dominated in the second half to hold onto their Top 5 ranking for at least one more week.
"The only adjustment," Bears running back Shock Linwood said following the 55-7 clobbering of an FCS opponent, "was the head coach."
"I can play without a head coach," Linwood added. "I mean, it's football."
What may be the most vicious, violent, ill-intentioned foul — an aggravated assault in and on other fields of endeavor — occurred live on ESPN, was shown in a replay on ESPN, was shown and discussed from a studio on ESPN, and couldn’t be missed by those watching ESPN. Yet, ESPN missed it.
Not only is Henderson a top-100 player in the Class of 2018, but he gives Arkansas four commitments in the Class of 2018 — and commitments from the entire starting five of the Arkansas Hawks 16U team.
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