- KANSAS SPORTS -
KU coach Bill Self says Dwight Coleby is considering his future at Kansas | KUsports.com
Kansas coach Bill Self told the Journal-World on Sunday that Coleby was at least considering leaving KU and that a final decision should come in the next few days.
Former KU and NBA forward Drew Gooden basks in joy on his college graduation day
“They gave me the option 6-foot-4 to 6-foot-6. This is the longest one (gown) they’ve got,” the 35-year-old Oakland, Calif., native who now lives in Orlando, Fla., said with a big smile.
Rowing - Kansas concludes season at Big 12 Rowing Championship
KU's top boat, the First Varsity Eight, finished sixth in the Grand Final with a time of 6:45.203. The Jayhawks' 1V8 time is the program's fastest at Melton Hill Lake in the three years it has hosted the Big 12 Championship.
Baseball - Kansas falls in Sunflower Showdown finale
The loss wrapped up the Jayhawks' 11-game homestand where they finished with a record of 8-3 and accomplished three of their goals: finish the season above .500, beat rival Kansas State and make the Big 12 Baseball Championship. Those three goals came on the heels of a series victory against the Wildcats after KU won the first-two games of the three-game set.
Track & Field - Sunday champions lead Kansas men to runner-up finish at Big 12 Championship
Four gold medals and a pair of meet records were collected by Jayhawks on the third and final day of the Big 12 Championship hosted at Rock Chalk Park. For the second-straight year, the Kansas men posted a runner-up finish in the team standings after collecting a program-record 143 points. The women finished the weekend fifth overall after amassing 84 points.
- COLLEGE SPORTS -
Recruit dropped by Wisconsin for Georgia offer tells his side of the story | CollegeFootballTalk
These situations are always impossible to navigate for college coaches, because they aren’t allowed to comment on unsigned recruits. Even speaking off the record to team-friendly recruiting sites and letting them get the message out through “sources” looks bad, because it appears a bunch of adults are throwing a teenager who wanted to play for them under the bus.
- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -
Golden State uses huge second-half rally to take Game 1 - CBSSports.com
The Spurs were up big until Kawhi Leonard left the game after reinjuring his ankle.
Cowboys see big improvement in ex-basketball player Rico Gathers | ProFootballTalk
Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says a year on the practice squad did Gathers a world of good, and he now appears to be ready to play tight end in the NFL.
'Parks and Recreation' co-creator riles up Twitter by roasting Derek Jeter - SBNation.com
Grab some popcorn.
Former MLB umpire Steve Palermo dies at age 67 - CBSSports.com
He was forced to retire immediately during the 1991 season when he was shot coming to the aid of two waitresses being mugged in a Texas parking lot. The injury left him paralyzed from the waist down, though after being told he'd never walk again he worked his way back to being able to walk with the help of a cane.