Falling Short: Khalil Herbert's career day not enough in 56-34 loss to West Virginia | KUsports.com
The sophomore running back’s at times Herculean performance inspired hope within his teammates on both sides of the ball, for certain. Herbert and the Jayhawks even kept the announced crowd of 23,901 at Memorial Stadium entertained into the fourth quarter.
Notebook: Jayhawks disappointed by 'unacceptable' penalties in loss to WVU | KUsports.com
Among the miscellaneous errors that made it impossible for the upset-minded Kansas football team to topple West Virginia Saturday at Memorial Stadium, the penalties and turnovers bothered head coach David Beaty most of all.
'Glimpses' of defensive progress not enough in KU football loss to West Virginia | KUsports.com
After struggling to get the West Virginia offense off the field in the first half of an eventual 56-34 loss at Memorial Stadium, the KU defense had rebounded in the third quarter, forcing three punts and coming away with an interception.
Donor David Booth explains his $50M gift for KU football stadium | KUsports.com
“I buy a lot of art,” Booth said. “This would buy a lot of art. But every now and then you’ve just got to stand up because you realize nobody else is going to. And I’m able. Not that many people can, right? A lot of people would give $50 million to the university if they had it.”
Recent weeks marred by one nightmare after the next for KU volleyball's Patricia Montero | KUsports.com
“It seems like a lot,” Montero admitted in an interview with the Journal-World. “At first, I was like, ‘Oh my God, again? Why is this happening to me? This is like the worst that could happen.’ But then the hurricane hit back home and I realized my knee’s nothing compared to people losing their homes and food and having no power and having no way to communicate with their families. My knee just seems small right now.”
Carmelo Anthony's messy, painful and complicated legacy with the New York Knicks - NBA
It's a transaction that shakes up the NBA and makes a Western Conference power even more dangerous. It was eerily similar in scope to the three-team, 12-player trade that sent Anthony to New York seven years ago. In many ways, Anthony's legacy as a Knick can be summed up in the same way you'd describe these two trades: extremely complicated.
Roger Goodell, DeMaurice Smith discussed how to handle Donald Trump's statements about player protests
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell and NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith spent part of Saturday discussing how to best handle President Donald Trump's statements about player protests, according to league sources.
New York Knicks agree to trade Carmelo Anthony to Oklahoma City Thunder
The Thunder will send center Enes Kanter, forward Doug McDermott and a 2018 second-round pick (via the Chicago Bulls) to New York, league sources said.
President Donald Trump says Golden State Warriors not welcome at White House
"My stance is the same as it was [Friday]," Curry said Saturday. "And even kind of cemented even further about how things in our country are going, especially with [Trump] representing us in a very damaging way.
Trump in angry row with sports stars after withdrawing Warriors invitation | Sport | The Guardian
The Cleveland Cavaliers star forward LeBron James called the president a “bum” while the Buffalo Bills running back LeSean McCoy went further, calling Trump an “asshole”. Even NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was critical, saying in a statement: “Divisive comments like [Trump’s] demonstrate an unfortunate lack of respect for the NFL.”
Hurricane Maria: Puerto Rico officials describe 'apocalyptic' conditions - CNN
Days after Hurricane Maria pounded the island of Puerto Rico, killing at least 10 people, authorities are starting to see firsthand the scope of devastation that left the US territory off the grid.
Dam failure 'imminent' in Puerto Rico after Maria, thousands urged to evacuate - ABC News
At a press conference Friday afternoon, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello said all available resources were sent to evacuate people near Lake Guajataca, where the dam at the northern end is in danger of breaking. This evening NWS San Juan tweeted that nearly 8,000 people live in the could be affected. Earlier in the day the number given had been an estimated 70,000 people.
Crisis grows in Puerto Rico as towns without water, power and phone service | World news | The Guardian
A humanitarian crisis grew on Saturday in Puerto Rico as towns were left without fresh water, fuel, power or phone service following Hurricane Maria’s devastating passage across the US territory.
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