- KANSAS SPORTS -
Brothers Dedric and K.J. Lawson from Memphis and Charlie Moore from California have signed grant-in-aid agreements to play men's basketball at Kansas, head coach Bill Self announced Tuesday. All three will sit out the 2017-18 season due to NCAA transfer rules.
Chris Teahan, the younger brother of former KU player Conner Teahan, announced via Twitter Tuesday morning that he was planning to attend KU, where he would walk on to the basketball team.
There's no guarantee it happens, but given how good Kansas is every year anyway, there's no downside to committing to this strategy in the short term and seeing if changes Kansas' endgame in the next few years.
Open about his ongoing recruitment in interviews since committing to Kansas, Jason told SECCountry.com all the programs going after him have a chance. "I’m going to be fair about it. I’m committed to Kansas, but LSU, Mississippi State and Ole Miss are all tied in second," Jason said a few weeks ago.
How does Kansas' depth chart look after spring practice? Here's a breakdown.
The conference weekly accolade is the second for Ridling in 2017. The Sentinel, Oklahoma native batted .533 in four starts last weekend with a team-best three home runs and eight RBIs. She recorded a total of eight hits, including three homers and a double, while registering a 1.200 slugging percentage.
The Kansas baseball team picked up its 10th win in the last 15 games Tuesday night at Grand Canyon when the Jayhawks defeated the Lopes, 9-4, at Brazell Stadium.
- COLLEGE SPORTS -
It was quintessential Paul Johnson to note after his team just handled Kentucky in the TaxSlayer Bowl last New Year’s Eve that Georgia Tech had finished the season 3-0 against the SEC East.
- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -
Russ sat for 46 minutes, and the Rockets outscored his teammates by 58 points.
We haven't seen this since 'Major League 2'.
- VIDEO OF THE DAY -
Sports Illustrated for Kids reporter, Max Bonnstetter stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to interview the legendary Kobe Bryant and in 13-year-old fashion, he asked him about cartoons.