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“I can’t tell a difference between me and Carter (Stanley),” said Bender, who finished the scrimmage 11-for-15 passing for 143 yards and two touchdowns. “Like I said before, he’s done a great job this spring. I think I’ve done a good job as well. There’s plenty of stuff we need to improve on."
“I did like the way that we were able to move the ball pretty good down the field, particularly early in the day,” KU’s coach said, referring to a first half in which the two sides picked up 14 of the exhibition’s 21 total first downs. “We’ve just got to do a better job of finishing. I would’ve liked to see more points scored today.”
Kansas basketball players Frank Mason, Landen Lucas and Tyler Self, who as seniors completed their competitive careers at KU, will hold a “KU Barnstorming Tour” exhibition game May 6 at Blue Valley Northwest High School, according to an announcement on Saturday.
Senior Tess Bernard-Feigenbaum's rally in her No. 2 singles match, after a first set loss, proved to be the difference in No. 30 Kansas' 4-2 win against in-state rival Kansas State Saturday afternoon at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.
Following the suspension of play in the second round on Saturday, Kansas men's golf wrapped up its second and third rounds on Sunday afternoon, placing third in the Great River Entertainment Invitational, led by top-10 finishes from senior Chase Hanna and junior Daniel Hudson.
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Moving up the signing period might only serve to condense the NCAA's problem.
What do you do if you're a television station and not allowed to film a team's spring game? Make your own highlights with stick figures, of course.
The Patriots' opening game on Sept. 7 at Gillette Stadium will almost certainly be against the Chiefs, who are coming off a 12-4 season and an AFC West title. A rematch with the Falcons was an option, but they are likely to open the season at home on "Sunday Night Football" to debut their new stadium.