Kansas to close out regular-season at No. 13 West Virginia Thursday - Kansas Jayhawks
Kansas soccer close out the 2018 regular season when the Jayhawks travel to Morgantown, West Virginia to take on the 13th-ranked Mountaineers. KU, looking to put an end to a three-game losing skid, will kick off against WVU, winners of four-straight, from Dick Dlesk Stadium at 6 p.m. (CT).
Jayhawks take third at Palmetto Intercollegiate, marking third-straight top-five finish - Kansas Jayhawks
Kansas women's golf carded an impressive even-par 288 on Tuesday's final round of play at the Palmetto Intercollegiate, helping earn them a third place finish at the par 72, 6,005 Turtle Point Golf Course, its third-consecutive top-five finish of the season. The Jayhawks posted a three-day score of 8-over 872, placing behind Campbell and College of Charleston.
Beaty on 2019 recruiting class: 'We don't have a whole lot to give' | KUsports.com
Either during college football’s early December signing period or on National Signing Day in February, one would have to believe, some football players will join lone wolf Cole Mueller, the only prospect from the Class of 2019 currently committed to the University of Kansas.
Jury deliberates 2nd day with no verdict in college basketball corruption trial | KUsports.com
A jury has completed a second day of deliberations without a verdict in the trial of three men accused of defrauding schools by giving cash to families of college basketball recruits.
'Heated' about targeting ejection, KU's Mike Lee eager to return to action | KUsports.com
Injured for the Kansas football team’s previous game, high-energy safety Mike Lee arrived at Jones AT & T Stadium, in Lubbock, Texas, this past Saturday even more eager to play than usual.
TCU down 2 offensive starters for game at KU | KUsports.com
When TCU plays this Saturday at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, the Horned Frogs will be without two regular starters at key offensive positions as they take on the reeling Jayhawks.
'Now's the time': Daylon Charlot seeking larger role post-injury
He had played in games before and even caught a touchdown pass. But for the first time in a long time — maybe since high school — he approached nearly two-thirds of the offensive snaps for a game.
KU basketball's Dedric Lawson named preseason AP All-American
Already with several preseason honors to his name, KU basketball forward Dedric Lawson was named as a preseason All-American by the Associated Press on Tuesday.
Mike Lee on Texas Tech: 'I had them terrified' before ejection
"It hurt to get kicked out of the game. I was doing so good. I had them terrified," Lee recalled of the outing. "I had them terrified: Texas Tech's offense and their running backs."
ESPN: Kansas should win its 15th straight Big 12 title
Kansas came in at No. 1 in Monday’s preseason Associated Press Poll, naming the Jayhawks the favorite to cut down the nets in April. It stands to reason, then, that Kansas is the favorite to cut down nets before then as the Big 12 Champion.
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Suns’ Josh Jackson Diary: ‘I am not going to lie. I threw a water bottle.’
I was looking around and everyone was throwing something onto the court. I am not going to lie. I threw a water bottle. Why? It’s my home team. I’m a Pistons fan. What? The Pacers came in here throwing punches on my favorite players. I couldn’t have that. But that is neither here nor there.
Jon Gruden and the Raiders would like you to trust the process, please - SBNation.com
The veteran head coach was brought back to the sidelines with one goal in mind; make the Raiders look good for their scheduled move to Las Vegas in 2020. With an unprecedented 10 year, $100 million contract, he’s got plenty of runway to get there — and plenty of time to trust the process.
World Series Game 1: Red Sox beat Dodgers in battle of the bullpens - SBNation.com
The excellent pitching duel we expected in Game 1 of the World Series didn’t fully materialize on Tuesday night at Fenway Park, with neither Clayton Kershaw nor Chris Sale able to record an out in the fifth inning. The contest became a battle of the bullpens, won by the Red Sox in a landslide 8-4 over the Dodgers.
USA Skateboarding's Neal Hendrix accused of sexually assaulting teenage skater
USA Skateboarding has placed executive committee member Neal Hendrix on interim suspension following allegations of improper sexual contact with a then-14-year-old skateboarder. Hendrix is under police investigation for the same allegations.
Joel Embiid of Philadelphia 76ers says he owns 'a lot of real estate' in Andre Drummond's head
"I think I own a lot of real estate in his head," Embiid told reporters after the Sixers' 133-132 loss to the Pistons. "We lost, so I'm not supposed to talk trash, but he knows damn well that he can't guard me. But that was a team effort. You know, Blake [Griffin] had a good game, and they were able to pull it off, so we got another one tomorrow, and we got to do a better job."
Mega Millions record $1.537 billion jackpot: One ticket a winner, in South Carolina - CBS News
One winning ticket was sold for the record Mega Millions jackpot of what turned out to be just under $1.6 billion. The winning ticket was purchased in South Carolina.
US white nationalist Richard Spencer's wife says he abused her - BBC News
In papers filing for divorce, Nina Koupriianova said on one occasion in 2011 Mr Spencer dragged her down the stairs, resulting in bruises.
'Jersey Shore' star Mike 'The Situation' Sorrentino to start prison bid in January | NJ.com
Michael "The Situation" Sorrentino, one of the stars of MTV's hit reality show "Jersey Shore," will start his eight-month prison bid in January.