Kansas Volleyball will tip off against #5 Texas tonight on ESPNU at 8 PM Jayhawk time.
Ainise Havili is on pace to shatter the school record for assists.
I may have to start a new segment called “What David Beaty said this week” because there are some gems in this press conference.
I mean, things like, “my faith level (in Clint Bowen) is as high as it’s ever been” were said. Also, Herbert is a game-time decision for Saturday after pulling a hamstring in the third quarter last weekend.
KU travels to Iowa State this week for an 11 AM kick, and guys, I don’t think the cleats are gonna make a difference in this one.
Beaty says he already knows who will start against Iowa State, but won’t reveal that information.
Beaty says there is more parity in college football now than there has ever been before, and he takes inspiration from Iowa State’s win at Oklahoma.
Too bad that parity hasn’t made it Lawrence, KS, amirite?
Why is the East Oregonian writing about KU and K-State quarterback situations?
Three-star QB Trae Hall will take an unofficial visit to Kansas during the K-State game.
Kansas basketball expects a big visitor this weekend in Quentin Grimes, while still awaiting a decision from Devin Dotson.
Once committed to K-State, Kylee Kopatich is now a leader on the Kansas women’s basketball team.
Hopefully now I don’t have to listen to a bunch of soccer nerds drool over the World Cup next year, as the USMNT failed to qualify.
Let’s just get the soccer links for the next four years out of the way now:
Something about a phantom goal in another match affected the US? I don’t know, soccer is weird.
How the US can win the 2018 World Cup (whoops).