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Kansas News

No. 13 Bears dominate second half, top Kansas, 3-1 - Kansas Jayhawks
A trio of second-half goals proved too much to overcome for Kansas soccer as the No. 13 Baylor Bears topped the Jayhawks, 3-1, Sunday afternoon at Betty Lou Mays Field. Senior Grace Hagan put KU on top in the 33rd minute with her seventh goal of the year, however three unanswered goals by Baylor over the final 40 minutes of play completed the Bear comeback.

Top finishes put Jayhawks ahead in Jamboree - Kansas Jayhawks
Kansas rowing brought home two gold medals at the sixth annual Jayhawk Jamboree, bringing its medal count to four for the fall, Saturday afternoon on the Kansas River.

Podcast: Rehashing KU basketball's tie to CBB corruption trial
This week's conversation focuses on KU basketball.

No substitutions: Kansas QB Peyton Bender allowed to play through mistakes | KUsports.com
For the first time this season the Jayhawks navigated an entire game started by Peyton Bender without rotating the quarterback from Fort Lauderdale, Fla., in and out of the lineup or going away from him completely. A senior, Bender, as planned, returned to the starting lineup for the first time since KU’s Big 12 opener at Baylor, and, unlike in his previous four starts, didn’t watch another QB take a snap, let alone handle an entire series.

Jury takes the reins in college hoops trial | KUsports.com
After a three-day break following closing arguments last Thursday, the federal trial on corruption in college basketball will be in the hands of the jury beginning today.

Bill Self pleased with on-court development of Silvio De Sousa
Over the last few months, much has been made of the link between Silvio De Sousa and the FBI investigation into college basketball, which resulted at least in part in a trial in which De Sousa's name has been brought up over and over.

KU football grades: Reviewing the loss to Texas Tech
Peyton Bender didn't get much help from his wide receivers early on, outside of a couple times when they batted away passes that would have been intercepted otherwise.

Other Sports News

Lakers suspensions: Spit take after Brandon Ingram gets 4 games - SBNation.com
On Saturday, on national TV, the Lakers and Rockets got into a brawl. It involved Brandon Ingram shoving James Harden in frustration, Rajon Rondo spitting at Chris Paul, Chris Paul booping Rajon Rondo, Rajon Rondo and Chris Paul punching each other in the face, and Brandon Ingram belligerently tossing a long-range fist at Chris Paul.

10 surprising things from NFL Sunday your co-workers will be talking about - SBNation.com
Before the 1 p.m. games even started, we got a curveball from abroad. The Titans and Chargers finally gave London fans a little bit (emphasis on little) of excitement when the Titans scored a touchdown on fourth-and-1 with 30 seconds left. Rather than go for the tie, Tennessee head coach Mike Vrabel decided to go for 2. The aggressiveness was admirable, the play call was not. Marcus Mariota’s throw fell incomplete and the Chargers got to head back home jet-lagged and sitting at 5-2.

Patrick Mahomes of Kansas City Chiefs sets mark with 22 touchdown passes in first 8 career games
The career of Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes through eight games has been like no other -- at least when it comes to touchdown passes.

Draymond Green of Golden State Warriors -- Defense not an 'emphasis' in NBA anymore
"It's been called pretty tight," Green said after his team's first loss of the season, a 100-98 defeat to the Denver Nuggets. "We were told that. Defense isn't really an emphasis anymore in this league. So I think you're seeing it all around the league with these high scores. We know what the emphasis is. Just got to be better, and we haven't done that in three games. Maybe we win two of them, but it caught us tonight."

Other News

Toys 'R' Us pain continues as Hasbro announces job cuts - CNN
Hasbro will lay off up to 10% of its employees, victims of the fallout after Toys "R" Us closed its doors.

Rae Carruth Released from Prison 19 Years After Ordering Hit on Pregnant GF | TMZ.com
Rae Carruth -- the piece of garbage NFL star WR who hired a hitman to kill his pregnant girlfriend -- was released from prison Monday morning, 19 years after the deadly incident.

Fixing Your Hearing and Vision Loss Can Keep Your Memory Sharper : Shots - Health News : NPR
By age 40, about 1 in 10 adults will experience some hearing loss. It happens so slowly and gradually, says audiologist Dina Rollins, "you don't realize what you're missing." And even as it worsens, many people are in denial.