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Kansas News

Missed Chances: Longhorns capitalize on KU's mistakes; Jayhawks fall at Texas | KUsports.com
The Texas football team made a point to exploit Kansas for its most glaring flaws Saturday night. When the Jayhawks failed to do the same, the Longhorns had little trouble avenging their storied program’s infamous 2016 loss to forlorn KU.

Notebook: Tyler Patrick exits with injury; KU's defense without three starters | KUsports.com
The third quarter of the Kansas football team’s 42-27 loss at Texas Saturday night got off to a somber start. On the offense’s first series after halftime, junior receiver Steven Sims Jr. converted a third-and-10 by making a wicked cut in the open field for a 26-yard gain.

Turnovers cost Jayhawks in 42-27 loss to Texas | KUsports.com
The Kansas football team committed four turnovers in the first half Saturday and lost its 45th consecutive road game against Texas, 42-27, at Darrell K. Royal Stadium.

Tennessee State coach Ford on KU's Graham: 'You really can't guard him' | KUsports.com
After putting up stellar statistics that did not officially count during KU’s three exhibition games, Kansas point guard Devonté Graham finally got his senior season off and running on Friday night and nearly recorded a triple-double in the process.

Class of 2018 point guard Devon Dotson officially a Jayhawk | KUsports.com
With Frank Mason III now playing in the NBA and Devonté Graham playing his final season as a Jayhawk, KU coach Bill Self knew he needed a lead guard to replace them and zeroed in on Devon Dotson, a five-star point guard from Charlotte, N.C.

‘Wake up’: KU volleyball swept by Baylor, ‘ripped’ in locker room | KUsports.com
Midway through the first set of No. 23 Baylor’s sweep over the Jayhawks (25-17, 25-21, 25-18) at Horejsi Family Athletics Center on Saturday, the Bears challenged a point in the midst of what would become a 7-1 run. The Jayhawks waited to hear the result as Hare, the assistant athletic director for equipment services, slid onto the court, kneeling down to fiddle with the black shoelace on Ainise Havili’s left blue and black Adidas shoe.

Other Sports

Missed Chances: Longhorns capitalize on KU's mistakes; Jayhawks fall at Texas | KUsports.com
The Texas football team made a point to exploit Kansas for its most glaring flaws Saturday night. When the Jayhawks failed to do the same, the Longhorns had little trouble avenging their storied program’s infamous 2016 loss to forlorn KU.

Notebook: Tyler Patrick exits with injury; KU's defense without three starters | KUsports.com
The third quarter of the Kansas football team’s 42-27 loss at Texas Saturday night got off to a somber start. On the offense’s first series after halftime, junior receiver Steven Sims Jr. converted a third-and-10 by making a wicked cut in the open field for a 26-yard gain.

Jerry Jones losing credibility, influence with owners over recent tirades - CBSSports.com
Jerry Jones has long been painted as one of the most powerful men in sports. He has achieved a significant cache within the NFL in making the Cowboys one of the most valued commodities in all of global sports, but that is quickly eroding, according to numerous league and ownership sources. Jones' recent outbursts in public and in private, and his attacks on commissioner Roger Goodell, are being seen by his peers as a direct reaction to his anger of Ezekiel Elliott's six-game suspension, the sources said, and are diminishing his respect and influence among other owners.

Lonzo Ball makes triple-double history, but winning-obsessed rookie doesn't care - CBSSports.com
Thirty-one seconds into the fourth quarter of the Los Angeles Lakers' 98-90 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks on Saturday night at a packed Bradley Center, Lonzo Ball made history. And he didn't even have to move to do it.

Report: LiAngelo Ball, other players arrested have to stay in China for 'a week or two' - CBSSports.com
The three UCLA basketball players arrested on shoplifting charges Tuesday -- LiAngelo Ball, Jalen Hill and Cody Riley -- will not be on the team's flight back to Los Angeles following UCLA's season-opening win over Georgia Tech on Saturday. Instead, according to ESPN, they will remain in Hangzhou for "a week or two" longer.

College football winners and losers, Week 11: Miami, Auburn, Oklahoma make cases - CBSSports.com
There's a bias here, of course. And this statement conveniently skips over the fact that many college football games are not great because most amateur athletes are amateur for a reason. When you put the sheer number of games into perspective, the math says that more college football games will be bad than good.

Beer News

Overall beer market to see lower volumes, but craft to see 5 to 6 percent growth
Craft brewer retail sales growth in 2017 is projected to slow from last year's double-digit pace.

Story of the Day

Dear David (with images, tweets) · moby_dickhead · Storify
Documenting the ghost in my apartment (ed note - this might be bullshit but its still an entertaining read)