Tom Keegan: KU's undisciplined football showing grants chancellor chance at mulligan | KUsports.com
At what point will the power brokers at the University of Kansas pretend to care about the football team enough to be embarrassed into action?
Lawrence's Amani Bledsoe enjoys 'fun' homecoming game against KU | KUsports.com
There were more family and friends in the stands than usual, but Amani Bledsoe tried to treat Saturday’s football game against Kansas like all of the others.
‘Crazy decisions’: KU overcomes turnover woes, sneaks past Yale | KUsports.com
The sound of the final buzzer following KU’s 81-75 win over Yale brought joy to many of the 1,918 fans in Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday. Six-year-old Cole Schneider was not one of them.
KU's offense once again falls flat in loss to Oklahoma | KUsports.com
The No. 3-ranked Oklahoma Sooners are known for their highly effective offense and a tough-to-defend quarterback in Baker Mayfield, who just might win the Heisman Trophy, in spite of his combustible personality.
Self thrilled by 2018 recruiting haul, but still searching for more | KUsports.com
With last Wednesday signaling the end of college basketball's early signing period, Bill Self and his coaching staff emerged with four high-level, Class of 2018 players officially signed on to be Jayhawks.
Kansas basketball: 2017 Jayhawks are finding an identity
Over the past two seasons, I believe that the Kansas Jayhawks were the best basketball team in the country. Two years ago, they were an elite, well rounded unit that had no real weaknesses. Last year’s squad may not have been as well rounded, but it was very probably better due to having the National Player of the Year, Frank Mason, and the draft’s fourth overall pick, Josh Jackson.
Kansas Jayhawks to continue to bench Billy Preston pending car investigation
No. 4 Kansas will keep forward Billy Preston on the bench at least until its investigation into an on-campus incident involving a vehicle is completed.
KU Jayhawks-South Dakota State basketball analysis, 11/17/17 | The Kansas City Star
These Jayhawks will fire up more threes than any other Bill Self team, and that’s basically because they have to. KU is short on big men and long on shooters, meaning those sorta-guarded threes — ones that would have gotten players benched in the past — have now become tries that should at the least be forgiven and perhaps even encouraged.
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Trump: NFL should suspend Marshawn Lynch for standing during Mexican anthem - CBSSports.com
Nearly two months after Donald Trump told supporters that the league should "fire" players who kneel during the national anthem, the president returned to the topic early Monday morning.
The Monday After: It sure is good to be Chip Kelly these days - CBSSports.com
Currently working as an ESPN analyst, Kelly has at least two schools currently fawning over him. According to reports, Florida was in New Hampshire on Sunday to meet with him and discuss its job. Kelly is supposed to be meeting with UCLA -- which just fired Jim Mora -- on Monday to discuss the Bruins job. If Kelly doesn't make a decision soon, other schools will come calling once they have openings as well.
NFL Week 11 Grades: Collapsing Chiefs get a 'D,' Vikings get an 'A+' for throttling Rams - CBSSports.com
For one, Andy Reid is nearly unbeatable after a bye. Before Sunday, Reid had a record of 16-2 in games played after a bye, including a record of 5-0 against teams that had a losing record going into the game. The other reason things were supposed to be looking up is because the Chiefs had a week off to fix an offense that has basically been struggling since Week 6.
LOOK: Tom Brady apologizes to Gisele after hilarious slip-up at press conference - CBSSports.com
If Tom Brady is sleeping on the couch when he gets back from Mexico City this week, it's probably because Gisele wasn't too thrilled with a few of the words her husband decided to use during his press conference on Friday.
WATCH: Atlanta's Georgia Dome implodes in seconds after 25 years of games - CBSSports.com
With the $1.6 billion Mercedes-Benz Stadium open fully operational, the Georgia Dome's days were numbered. And that number came up on Monday morning when the home of the Falcons for 25 years was imploded.