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Khmelnitckaia, Koch each win matches on opening day of pre-qualifying - Kansas Jayhawks
Kansas seniors Nina Khmelnitckaia and Janet Koch began the first day of the pre-qualifying stage at the Riviera/ITA All-American Championships by winning one match each at the Ralphs-Straus Tennis Center on the campus of Pepperdine.

Jayhawks bounce back against Cyclones, 1-0 - Kansas Jayhawks

KU football vs. Oklahoma State: Quick recap and instant analysis
Trailing by 17 in the early stages of the second half, the Kansas football team needed a spark to jumpstart the struggling offense. On first and 10 from the 40, Carter Stanley turned and handed the ball off to Pooka Williams.

David Beaty unwilling to commit to Carter Stanley after OSU loss
After Carter Stanley became the third different KU quarterback to start a half in 2018 — and promptly completed 24 of 32 passes for 247 yards and three touchdowns against Oklahoma State — KU coach David Beaty was asked if he'd seen enough to name Stanley the starter for the rest of the year. Beaty was asked a similar question after Stanley threw for 418 yards in a start against K-State last season.

Carter Stanley's performance not enough in 48-28 loss to OSU | KUsports.com
New starting quarterback Carter Stanley only did so much for the Kansas football team’s chances Saturday at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium, where 18,364 fans saw Oklahoma State dismember the Jayhawks’ defense.

Notebook: Carter Stanley earns start, plays every snap in loss to OSU | KUsports.com
After four weeks of starting Peyton Bender at quarterback and rotating the senior in and out of the lineup to varying degrees each game, Kansas football coach David Beaty took an entirely different approach against Oklahoma State on Saturday.

Quick recap: Oklahoma State cruises past Kansas football | KUsports.com
Oklahoma State scored first and never looked back during a 48-28 victory over Kansas at David Booth Memorial Stadium Saturday. The Jayhawks (2-3, 0-2 Big 12) struggled to move the ball offensively at times, and were overmatched on the defensive end to suffer their second loss in as many weeks during conference play.

Fan reactions: What are the expectations for KU basketball?
Sure enough, Udoka Azubuike and Lagerald Vick both returned to KU after testing the NBA waters in their own unique ways. Azubuike tested the waters through the NBA Combine but decided to return much like Devonte Graham and Svi Mykhailiuk did the year prior.

How big plays through the air cost KU against Oklahoma State
If you were to identify the biggest strength of this Kansas team entering the Jayhawks' homecoming game against Oklahoma State, chances are you would’ve said the defense.

Other Sports News

College football rankings updates: Week 6 top 25s, collected - SBNation.com
The usual disclaimers apply. The only college football ranking that matters in the end is the Playoff selection committee’s ranking on Selection Sunday, and the committee can change its mind suddenly. It doesn’t even start to release weekly Playoff rankings until around Halloween.

Week 5 recap: Ranking college football’s unbeaten teams by oddity - SBNation.com
It’s football. It’s Kentucky. It’s disorienting and makes me question everything about my surroundings. But the Wildcats have a physical, explosive running game and managed to beat South Carolina despite that run game barely eclipsing 4 yards per carry.

Ravens at Steelers: Is Joe Flacco elite again? - SBNation.com
Flacco’s production perhaps peaked in 2014, when he produced a career-best 6.7 ANY/A and a 68.2 QBR. He took fewer sacks than ever and threw for nearly 4,000 yards in fewer than 350 passes. But in the three years since, he appeared to regress, and his 2016 numbers were absolutely horrid: 8.9 yards per completion, 4.7 ANY/A, a 49.8 QBR, etc.

Tennessee kept getting the same really dumb penalty - SBNation.com
It’s seven. Whether you’re playing offense or kicking or punting, the team with the ball has to have seven dudes on the line of scrimmage. No more than four men can be in the backfield. This is not a 400-level football theory class. It’s, like, really basic.

Other News

Elon Musk agrees to pay $20 million and quit as Tesla chairman in deal with SEC
Elon Musk agreed Saturday to step down as chairman of Tesla and pay a $20 million fine in a deal to settle charges brought this week by the Securities and Exchange Commission.

Sorry, not sorry: The problem with Facebook’s sorry campaign | VentureBeat
“I’m sorry, so sorry.” In the 1960s, it was a hit song by the 15-year old American singer Brenda Lee, crooning about unrequited love. In the 21st century, “sorry, so sorry” has become the tragic modus operandi for banks, businesses and social media behemoths. Time and time again, mega companies exploit customer data for nefarious reasons, walk away with a slap on the wrist — and occasionally a hefty fine or two — and spit out a “we’ll do better” PR campaign.