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Notebook: OU Destroys Kansas; Fans Question Beaty’s Coaching Ability

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Your father can be surprisingly sensitive. When I giggled at his Sherlock Holmes hat, he sulked for a week and then closed his detective agency

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Kansas News

Unfriendly Affair: Despite inspired start, Jayhawks can't keep up with No. 3 Oklahoma | KUsports.com
If the Kansas football team’s defensive captains hoped to rattle Oklahoma quarterback and Heisman Trophy candidate Baker Mayfield by refusing to shake his hand during the pre-game coin toss, the ploy’s effects weren’t nearly enough to upset the No. 3 Sooners.

Lokedi places 44th at NCAA championships | KUsports.com
Kansas cross country standout Sharon Lokedi placed 44th at the NCAA Championships on Saturday at Tom Sawyer State Park in Louisville.

Notebook: Sims plays through injury vs. Oklahoma; Dineen honors late teammate | KUsports.com
The Kansas football team’s receiving corps’ run of injury bad luck continued Saturday during a 41-3 loss to Oklahoma at Memorial Stadium.

Jayhawks dropped by Sooners, Mayfield in 41-3 loss | KUsports.com
There was an icy standoff during the opening coin toss. Some trash talk and unsportsmanlike penalties after plays. But in the end, the result was the same for the Kansas football team as all of its other Big 12 games.

Bill Self on Devonte' Graham: He doesn't need to get 18 a game | KUsports.com
By this point, T.J. Otzelberger has probably had enough of coaching against Kansas guards — even if he can’t quite remember their names.

Other Sports news

WATCH: Boxer knocks opponent out cold with first punch of the fight in 11 seconds - CBSSports.com
Zolani Tete is in the record books. You may not know his name, but the bantamweight fighter delivered one of the fastest knockout punches ever in his bout with Siboniso Gonya in Belfast, Northern Ireland on Saturday night.

LaVar Ball on President Donald Trump's role in UCLA freshmen's release: 'Who?' - CBSSports.com
"Who?" said Ball of Trump. "What was he over there for? Don't tell me nothing. Everybody wants to make it seem like he helped me out."

Luke Walton: Lakers teammate talked to Lonzo Ball about his reaction to scuffle - CBSSports.com
Late in the fourth quarter of the Phoenix Suns' victory against the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday night, Tyler Ulis and Kentavious Caldwell-Pope got into a little scuffle. After a timeout was called, the two players were in each other's way, and neither would yield any ground. A few shoves were exchanged, but other players and referees got into the mix to break things up before it escalated.

The Ben Simmons dilemma, Stephen Curry's show and Markelle Fultz's absence - CBSSports.com
Even before the Warriors became the Celtics' 14th consecutive victim Thursday, Steve Kerr was already sold, saying "Boston is the team of the future in the East." Perhaps he's rethinking that statement after what he saw on Saturday from the Sixers.

LiAngelo Ball scrutiny is getting to be as unnecessarily loud as his dad, LaVar - CBSSports.com
What if we were talking about a similar UCLA freshman basketball player – one who was also not as a top-100 recruit, who was also a bit player on this year's UCLA team, who was also considered a four-year college player instead of a one-and-done player – whose name was LiAngelo Jones?

Butt Fumble News

Butt Fumble Oral History of New York Jets - Inside the NFL's king of bloopers at its five year anniversary
It's Nov. 22, 2012, a crisp, still Thanksgiving night inside MetLife Stadium. Surrounded by 79,088 fans, Mark Sanchez crouches confidently under center at the 31-yard line, his team down 14-0 with 9:10 to play in the second quarter. For a split second, while staring across at the Patriots' defense and waiting for the snap on first down, everything is still possible for Sanchez and the Jets. The game is still up for grabs. A captive national audience is still tuned in. Sanchez still has franchise-quarterback potential. Rex Ryan is still the mastermind who will guide New York's other football team out of a four-decade malaise.

Song of the Day

This one goes out to Mike, Mrs Mikeville, and their new little girl. Welcome to the club pal, its a good one.