- KANSAS SPORTS -
KU coach Bill Self said Graham told the coaching staff of his decision last week and elected to announce it on Twitter to keep the whole thing as low-key as possible.
Dewanna King says there was good reason her son, Kansas guard Devonté Graham, announced he was returning to KU on Sunday: It marked three years to the day since he was released from his original letter-of-intent from Appalachian State.
The unveiling of Kansas' 10 best players who are with the team this spring reveals strengths on defense and in the receiving game.
Here’s a quick recap of the seven-on-seven, which featured a series apiece for quarterbacks Carter Stanley and Peyton Bender.
Kansas defended just 357 passes last season. That’s the fewest by any team in the Big 12.
The Jayhawks (14-17, 4-5 Big 12) tied a season-high 15 hits against four Mountaineer (19-11, 6-3 Big 12) pitchers, but none was bigger than the leadoff home run by junior catcher Tanner Gragg in the top of the seventh inning to break a 2-2 tie.
Despite the series finale loss, the Jayhawks (21-18, 3-6 Big 12) won the 2017 series with victories in the first two meetings of the weekend. KU recorded 10 or more hits in both the first and second game of the weekend, but scattered only seven hits on Sunday.
Kansas soccer will continue its spring exhibition season on Monday, April 10 when the Jayhawks welcome FC Kansas City for a 7 p.m. match at Rock Chalk Park. Admission will be free to the public.
- COLLEGE SPORTS -
According to Illini Inquirer’s Derek Piper, Illinois assistants Orlando Antigua and Jamall Walker have been in recent contact with Kansas transfer Carlton Bragg.
- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -
Garcia is the third golfer from Spain to win the Masters and did so while capturing his first major.
The presumptive top pick will have vengeance on the Browns if they don't pick him No. 1
Fitting in with the Braves and their tomahawk chop, the beer is Chopsecutioner, a bat wood aged IPA.
- VIDEOS OF THE DAY -
During Friday’s home opener against the Atlanta Braves, the Pirates showed off their newly installed right-field video board by introducing their version of “Super Mario Run,” only with real people running the course.
“Saturday Night Live” star Kate McKinnon touched on the soccer world during this weekend’s episode. As part of the show’s “Weekend Update,” McKinnon played a Spanish sculptor and brought up the now infamous Cristiano Ronaldo statue that looks nothing like him.