VISIT: Potter keeping quiet
Kansas coach Les Miles and Texas Tech coach Matt Wells are two coaches that have been hard after Potter recently. He has also been picking up some other scholarship offers in the past few weeks, despite his commitment sitting with K-State as of now.
Quentin Grimes' flashes of potential raise familiar question | Smithology | KUsports.com
As the Kansas basketball team keeps trying to leap up and reach its seemingly elusive ceiling, a recurring question persists: When will freshman Quentin Grimes become the assertive, effective perimeter player the Jayhawks need him to be?
KU women's basketball team falls short at TCU | KUsports.com
Despite a valiant comeback effort, the University of Kansas women's basketball team fell short at TCU, suffering a 58-53 loss Sunday afternoon inside Schollmaier Arena.
Former KU golfers Thompson, Woodland finish strong at latest PGA Tour stop | KUsports.com
After making his second cut of the PGA season with a 6-under 66 in Round 2 earlier this week at the Farmers Insurance Open in La Jolla, Calif., former Kansas golfer and first-year PGA pro Chris Thompson finished Sunday tied for 52nd at 4-under for the tournament.
New OC Les Koenning signed five-year deal with KU | KUsports.com
Having now hired two offensive coordinators in the two-plus months since Les Miles took over the University of Kansas football program, the Jayhawks would love to avoid doing so again anytime soon.
Self OK with six-year extension of SEC/Big 12 Challenge: ‘It’s good for the whole’
The Big 12 Conference claimed the SEC/Big 12 Challenge six games to four on Saturday, regaining bragging rights over a league that won the one-day event by an identical 6-4 tally in 2017-18.
Recapping the Big 12/SEC Challenge
As crazy as it might be to believe, the Big 12 Conference got the edge over the SEC for the first time since the 2015-16 basketball season. In the sixth year of the Big 12/SEC Challenge, the Big 12 posted a 6-4 record over teams from the SEC.
John Calipari raves about Dedric Lawson after KU-UK game
Dedric Lawson has already received plenty of national attention for his start to the season. Named as a midseason All-American by 247Sports, Lawson has been consistently featured in most player-of-the-year conversations, and he has been a mainstay around the top of the KenPom national player of the year rankings — even sitting in first through several games.
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Royals, 2B Whit Merrifield agree to 4-year, $16.25M extension
Second baseman Whit Merrifield and the Kansas City Royals have agreed to a four-year contract extension worth $16.25 million, a source told ESPN's Jeff Passan.
Kansas City Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes, New York Jets' Jamal Adams named Pro Bowl MVPs
The AFC beat the NFC 26-7 on Sunday at Camping World Stadium, but it was anything but a typical Pro Bowl.
Americans expected to bet $6B on Super Bowl LIII, survey says
Super Bowl LIII between the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Rams will be the first NFL title game since legal sportsbooks began popping up in states outside of Nevada -- and Americans will have a lot riding on it.
Carmelo Anthony makes appearance at MSG to see Dwyane Wade
Carmelo Anthony returned to Madison Square Garden as a fan Sunday night, but he hopes to play in the arena again in the near future.
Anthony Davis has told New Orleans Pelicans he won't re-sign
Agent Rich Paul of Klutch Sports has informed the New Orleans Pelicans that All-NBA forward Anthony Davis won't sign a contract extension and has requested a trade, Paul told ESPN on Monday morning.
United States vs. Panama - Football Match Report - January 27, 2019 - ESPN
The Gregg Berhalter era for the U.S. men's national team began with a 3-0 defeat of Panama in a friendly on Sunday at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Arizona.
Midwest, Northeast Brace For 'Deadly' Sub-Zero Freeze | HuffPost
A blast of super-cold arctic air is bringing dangerous sub-zero cold to the U.S. Midwest and Northeast as the system cartwheels through the Dakotas into Chicago, Illinois, and on to New England.
U.S. and Taliban Agree in Principle to Peace Framework, Envoy Says - The New York Times
American and Taliban officials have agreed in principle to the framework of a peace deal in which the insurgents guarantee to prevent Afghan territory from being used by terrorists, and that could lead to a full pullout of American troops in return for a cease-fire and Taliban talks with the Afghan government, the chief United States negotiator said Monday.
Daily Inter Lake - Business, Woman turns adventurous side into career
Owner and founder of Rocky Mountain Women Outdoors, Ratcliff, of Kalispell, is in the business of adventure, organizing and guiding day trips and retreats for women like herself. Ratcliff grew up in Billings, thrust outside into nature at a young age by her parents.