Streak Stopped: Jayhawks slip against Iowa State, suffer first home loss | KUsports.com
The Jayhawks had been in a similar position once before. Tie ball game. Inside 20 seconds to play. Everyone watching and wondering what would happen. Mason with the ball in his hands, dribbling it out while watching the seconds tick down.
Jayhawks' 2018 recruiting class grows to six late Saturday night | KUsports.com
If David Beaty had gone to bed early Saturday night, after he and his Kansas football assistant coaches secured four verbal commitments for their 2018 recruiting class, the KU head coach could’ve slept well following what already had to be considered a wildly successful day for the downtrodden program.
Self: Jayhawks handling off-the-court issues 'as good as we can do' | KUsports.com
After all, as overjoyed Iowa State coach Steve Prohm pointed out, “The way the league is, win or lose, you gotta move on to the next game because we’ve got a tough road game Tuesday.
Cyclones experience rare 'special day' at Allen Fieldhouse | KUsports.com
The second-year ISU coach couldn’t stop himself from repeating how happy he was for his players during his post-game session with the media. His pleasure didn’t come specifically from snapping KU’s 54-game home winning streak (51 at the fieldhouse), though. Prohm mostly embraced the joy of witnessing his veterans deliver a resume-building win after losing one-possession games to Gonzaga, Cincinnati and Baylor earlier this season.
Two of top 60 prep juniors in nation commit to KU football | KUsports.com
On a day David Beaty and his coaching staff welcomed a long list of high school juniors to campus, the KU head coach got to open his Twitter app and alert followers of the program’s newest pledges with his signature “#NeatDeal” tweet four times over. On the final two signals, Beaty included another hashtag, “Louisianimal,” which seemed appropriate when Devonta Jason, rated the No. 6 junior receiver in the nation by Rivals, and Corione Harris, Rivals’ No. 8 cornerback in the class, announced they had committed with KU.
Cyclones topple No. 3 Kansas in overtime | KUsports.com
Iowa State, like many teams that have encountered Kansas this season, had trouble stopping senior point guard Frank Mason III, Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse.
Bracketology: Carnage at top, Kentucky fading at 4-seed, Syracuse last team in - CBSSports.com
Iowa State ended Kansas' 54-game home winning streak, which ended up not affecting the Jayhawks' seed. However, it had a big impact on the Cyclones. The win over Kansas was the first for ISU over a team that is a lock to make the NCAA Tournament. That will be important when the Cyclones are evaluated by the selection committee.
2017 Super Bowl: Falcons pose the ultimate test for mastermind Belichick - CBSSports.com
By halftime of the NFC Championship Game -- the Falcons led the Packers 24-0 on their way to a 44-21 victory -- we wondered to a friend what the line for Super Bowl LI would look like should the Patriots be the opponent. Based on the Falcons' playoff dominance, first over the Seahawks and then the Packers, we guessed they would be four-point favorites in Houston.
Kings topple Warriors in slugfest behind Cousins while Durant disappears - CBSSports.com
It turns out even the greatest shooting team ever assembled can have bad nights. The Golden State Warriors lost 109-106 in overtime Saturday night to the Sacramento Kings for their eighth loss of the season. The setback dropped the Warriors to 0-3 in overtime games this season.
Super Bowl 2017: Drone caught flying over Falcons practice before game vs. Patriots - CBSSports.com
Security is always a big deal at the Super Bowl, but it's particularly important for paranoid NFL teams who are practicing in advance of the championship. Two years ago, when Dan Quinn was still the defensive coordinator a story emerged about the Seahawks reportedly being told by "multiple teams" to watch out for the Patriots spying on their practice.
2017 Hall of Fame: Terrell Davis, LaDainian Tomlinson, Jerry Jones headline class - CBSSports.com
The 2017 Hall of Fame class is official, headlined by a pair of running backs who epitomized the importance of the running game during the stretch of time they spent in the NFL. The juxtaposition of Terrell Davis and LaDainian Tomlinson is fascinating too, from a Hall of Fame perspective.