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Five Jayhawks reach ITA Regional quarterfinals - Kansas Jayhawks
The Kansas tennis team continued its high level of play against quality competition at the ITA Regional Championships Sunday. After three days, KU has advanced four singles players and one doubles team into the quarterfinals at the Hawkeye Tennis and Recreation Complex.

Big 12 Hoops Preview: Kansas
College basketball season is right around the corner, and following a year in which the upstart Texas Tech Red Raiders finished second in the Big 12 and reached the Elite 8 for the first time in program history, there is more reason for hoops excitement in Raiderland than ever before.

EerSports Big 12 Power Rankings - Week Seven
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KU's Daniel Wise wants to coach when football career is over
His older brother is in the NFL. His father also had a professional football career. Coming off a game in which he had two sacks, 3.5 tackles-for-loss and was a consistently disruptive presence against West Virginia quarterback Will Grier, it seems likely as ever that Wise will get his shot at the next level.

Silvio De Sousa thinks KU will be 'much better' than last year
"I only take days off on Sundays because I have to go to church," De Sousa told a small group of reporters at KU basketball's media day. "That's pretty much the only day I have off."

KU football's Daniel Wise answers challenge, aiming for more in final weeks | KUsports.com
In the days leading up to the Jayhawks’ Oct. 6 football game at West Virginia, conversations his coaches and teammates had regarding Wise during media interviews centered on his value as a defender who demands double teams. Head coach David Beaty even agreed with a comparison drawn between Wise’s play and that of Dorance Armstrong Jr., in 2017, when the then-KU defensive end wasn’t producing the sacks and tackles for loss many expected.

KU soccer falls in overtime against Texas Tech | KUsports.com
Freshman goalkeeper Sarah Peters couldn’t stand up as the Red Raiders stormed the field in celebration just a few yards in front of her. The Red Raiders scored a goal in the final 90 seconds of the match, then again in the first 90 seconds of overtime off Kansas' own goal.

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Fun college football rankings: Week 7 was Arson Week - SBNation.com
Champs stay champs, even if it happened to be in a one-point, come-from-behind win over a 4-3 Memphis. UCF should be in the College Football Playoff, but will instead have to blow out Auburn in a bowl game again

How Patriots beat Chiefs in the wildest shootout of 2018 NFL season - SBNation.com
With Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs lighting up scoreboards every week and the Patriots catching their stride recently, it promised to be a must-watch game. Seemingly the only person who didn’t care for the pregame excitement was Bill Belichick, who treated the game with his usual grumpiness.

Steelers’ Bengals-beating Antonio Brown TD included a missed penalty - SBNation.com
In the last minute of Sunday’s Steelers-Bengals game, Antonio Brown caught a pass and ran for a 31-yard touchdown that held up as the decisive score: Pittsburgh 28, Cincinnati 21. There’s a strong argument that the touchdown should not have counted, though.

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Ariana Grande and Pete Davidson Split: All the Signs That Pointed to Their Breakup | Entertainment Tonight
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Chris Evans' Last Day on the Avengers 4 Set Was Apparently Not All That Exciting
His last line? “It was something really stupid, it was something really dumb,” he said. “Which I also probably can’t give away. Well, you know, it was reshoots, so you’re doing these little picks and pops, and it’s just little things that they need. It might have been a line to Paul Rudd. He wasn’t there, but it was a stupid line. The line wasn’t memorable to me [laughs]. The day was more memorable than the line.”

KU's Daniel Wise wants to coach when football career is over
His older brother is in the NFL. His father also had a professional football career. Coming off a game in which he had two sacks, 3.5 tackles-for-loss and was a consistently disruptive presence against West Virginia quarterback Will Grier, it seems likely as ever that Wise will get his shot at the next level.

Silvio De Sousa thinks KU will be 'much better' than last year
"I only take days off on Sundays because I have to go to church," De Sousa told a small group of reporters at KU basketball's media day. "That's pretty much the only day I have off."

KU football's Daniel Wise answers challenge, aiming for more in final weeks | KUsports.com
In the days leading up to the Jayhawks’ Oct. 6 football game at West Virginia, conversations his coaches and teammates had regarding Wise during media interviews centered on his value as a defender who demands double teams. Head coach David Beaty even agreed with a comparison drawn between Wise’s play and that of Dorance Armstrong Jr., in 2017, when the then-KU defensive end wasn’t producing the sacks and tackles for loss many expected.

KU soccer falls in overtime against Texas Tech | KUsports.com
Freshman goalkeeper Sarah Peters couldn’t stand up as the Red Raiders stormed the field in celebration just a few yards in front of her. The Red Raiders scored a goal in the final 90 seconds of the match, then again in the first 90 seconds of overtime off Kansas' own goal.