- KANSAS SPORTS -
KU grad Dwight Coleby elects to transfer
Having earned his degree, Coleby will be a graduate transfer and eligible to compete during the 2017-18 season.
Senior forward Dwight Coleby leaving Kansas basketball program | KUsports.com
One over the scholarship limit of 13 with Coleby in tow, KU now is right at the limit and would stay there if junior guard Svi Mykhailiuk were to elect to return to KU for his senior season.
Former Olathe D-lineman Zach Burks commits to Kansas | KUsports.com
The Olathe native will play one more season of junior college football at Coffeyville C.C. before joining KU ahead of the 2018 season.
VIDEO - Recruiting Update with Kansas Jayhawks Commit QB Clayton Tune - Football Recruiting - Scout
Scout caught up with Kansas quarterback commit Clayton Tune, who looks very strong after coming off an ACL injury.
Stock watch: Could Josh Jackson break into the top 2 picks of the draft? | Smithology | KUsports.com
Jackson’s overall ability on both ends of the floor, along with his instinctive passing and willingness to defend make him a coveted player and a rare rookie who can compete and contribute immediately. It will be interesting to see if his stock fluctuates at all in the weeks ahead, as various teams invite him in for individual workouts, following Tuesday’s draft lottery.
What if Kansas' Bill Self were a football coach? | The Kansas City Star
Compare the coaching records of Kansas basketball coach Bill Self and Alabama football coach Nick Saban and you’ll see they’ve had comparable success in the regular season. But the football postseason is much shorter, which may be one reason why Saban is considered one of the best coaches ever, while Self has a reputation of underachieving on a big stage.
- COLLEGE SPORTS -
5-star point guard Trevon Duval commits to Duke | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
Duval, the No. 4-ranked player in the Class of 2017 and the top point guard in the country according to Rivals.com, confirmed his intention to play his college basketball at Duke, giving the Blue Devils another impressive piece in a stellar recruiting class.
LSU gets richer: Texas Tech leading receiver announces transfer to Tigers - CBSSports.com
Jonathan Giles led the Red Raiders with 1,158 receiving yards in 2016.
College Football Playoff planning Super Bowl-style halftime show for title game - CBSSports.com
Expect a big-name artist to perform at halftime of the 2018 CFP National Championship in Atlanta.
9 things Charlie Weis can buy with the $19 million Notre Dame paid him to leave - SBNation.com
There are a lot of possibilities here.
- PROFESSIONAL SPORTS -
Kelly Olynyk saved the Celtics in Game 7 like no one expected - SBNation.com
The Boston Celtics held on as victors of a bizarre back-and-forth Game 7 against Washington Wizards in which backup big Kelly Olynyk heard chants around TD Garden in the fourth quarter. Isaiah Thomas stayed the Celtics’ offensive star with 29 points and 12 assists, but Olynyk was the series-saving MVP nobody saw coming.