- KANSAS SPORTS -
A fifth-year senior (he received a medical red-shirt for 2013-14 after appearing in 11 games as a true freshman), Tyler doesn’t know what thoughts will go through his head just before the opening tip, as a first-time starter in his final game at Allen Fieldhouse.
“I’m just enjoying before Monday gets here, taking it day by day,” Mason said. “Whatever happens Monday, I’m really not ready for it.”
For the second-consecutive year, Kansas swimming and diving finished second in the Big 12 Championship and set a program record for total points. The Jayhawks tallied 683.5 points over the four day meet in Austin, Texas, and were bested only by the Texas Longhorns, swimming in their home pool.
- COLLEGE SPORTS -
Gonzaga’s shocking loss late Saturday at home to BYU means the CBS Sports Top 25 (and one) now has a new No. 1 team. And that new No. 1 team is … Kansas.
Iowa State is tied with West Virginia for second place in the Big 12, and that positioning behind Kansas will be settled when the Cyclones face the Mountaineers in Friday's season finale.
Mayfield had slurred speech, difficulty walking down stairs and food covering the front of his clothing. When the officer called Mayfield over, he began to walk away before sprinting, forcing the officer to chase and tackle him, according to the report. Mayfield then refused to place his arms behind his back, despite repeated orders to do so, according to the report.
- DON'T SEND YOUR DAUGHTERS TO BAYLOR -
“If somebody [is] around [you] and they ever say, ‘I will never send my daughter to Baylor,’ you knock them right in the face,” Mulkey said into a microphone following a win over Texas Tech that secured a seventh straight Big 12 title. Baylor fans cheered her message.
Kim Mulkey is in denial about Baylor sports culture.
In a postgame press conference, Mulkey, a finalist for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame who has coached Baylor to two NCAA titles, expanded on her comments, saying “the problems we have at Baylor are no different than the problems at any other school in America. Period. Move on. Find another story to write.”
For months, I have been hearing from Baylor alum and Baylor fans that Baylor has changed. “Leave us alone, we’ve implemented over 100 recommendations.” The problem is implementing recommendations doesn’t change culture. Culture is based on attitudes and beliefs and Kim Mulkey just verified to the nation, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the culture at Baylor is still toxic and violent.
Texas state representative Roland Gutierrez filed HR 644 on Friday, asking Texas governor Greg Abbot to have the Texas Rangers investigate “the obstruction of justice surrounding the sexual assault of young female students at Baylor University.”