Les Miles: Penalties upsetting for coaches, players at spring practice | KUsports.com
Already past the halfway mark of his first spring in charge of the Kansas football program, head coach Les Miles admitted following Tuesday’s practice that there has been some dissatisfaction with the Jayhawks’ progress — and that lack of fulfillment isn’t only being expressed by Miles.
KU baseball drops midweek tilt with Wichita State | KUsports.com
Cool temperatures and cold bats plagued the Kansas baseball team Tuesday night at Hoglund Ballpark in a 9-1 loss to in-state rival Wichita State.
Kansas junior Dedric Lawson earns consensus All-American nod | KUsports.com
If the 2018-19 season does in fact go down as the only season for Dedric Lawson at Kansas, the junior forward from Memphis sure got his money’s worth.
Kansas tennis duo ranked No. 1; team ranking jumps to No. 14 | KUsports.com
"Anytime you achieve being the best doubles team in the country it should be celebrated," Kansas head coach Todd Chapman said in a team release. "Janet and Nina have had a great year and were really close a few weeks ago when they reached No. 2 in the rankings. The most impressive part is they have been consistent all year long and maintained a high level the whole year."
Jennifer Marwitz named Big 12 Player of the Week | KUsports.com
Senior outfielder Jennifer Marwitz has been named Big 12 Player of the Week for her performance against Baylor this past weekend.
Report: SDSU standout guard 'has received interest' from KU
Ellie Lieberman, a reporter with SB Nation, tweeted that South Dakota State's David Jenkins Jr. — who previously announced he was granted a release after a coaching change at his school — has heard from 16 colleges, among which are Big 12 destinations of TCU, Oklahoma State and Kansas.
Dedric Lawson receives AP All-America honors
Lawson and the Jayhawks concluded their 2018-19 season with a Round-of-32 loss to Auburn. Lawson posted two 20-point, 10-rebound double-doubles in the NCAA tournament, and he finished with 22 double-doubles on the season, setting a new career-high mark.
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KD ejected; 1 tech shy of 1-game suspension
Golden State Warriors forward Kevin Durant was ejected from Tuesday's game against the Denver Nuggets for arguing a call early in the third quarter.
Russ honors slain rapper with 20-20-20 game
Russell Westbrook sat alone on the Thunder bench some 15 minutes before tipoff Tuesday against the Los Angeles Lakers, with a basketball between his legs, singing and dancing along to Nipsey Hussle's "Grindin' All My Life," intent on playing a game to honor the recently slain rapper.
Lakers' Ball files suit against BBB co-founder
Los Angeles Lakers guard Lonzo Ball filed suit late Tuesday night against the former co-founder and manager of Big Baller Brand, Alan Foster, for damages of more than $2 million plus interest, alleging that Foster "conspired to embezzle millions of dollars and then divert those funds for his personal use, including to acquire assets in Ethiopia."
McCarthy didn't like how Pack handled firing
"Frankly, no I did not," McCarthy said. "As a head coach, I've always tried to stay immune to and stand in front of all the outside noise. That was always my focus with my players. It was always to protect them as much as possible from the drama. I think that's important. And I stayed true to that to the last day. If we missed the playoffs, I expected change might happen. But the timing surprised me. Actually it stunned me. But time provides the opportunity for reflection and clarity, and that's where I'm at now. And it's clear to me now that both sides needed a change."
Sources: Texas A&M to hire Va. Tech's Williams
Williams has been considered the heavy favorite to replace Billy Kennedy since the end of last season and was essentially the only candidate for the Aggies once they parted ways with Kennedy last month. Virginia Tech's season ended with a loss to Duke in the Sweet 16 last Friday, and Williams and A&M finalized a deal in the past few days.
LeBron: Pass on World Cup, '20 Olympics in play
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James has told The Athletic he will not play for Team USA in this summer's FIBA World Cup in China -- and never intended to.
Tributes as Chicago elects first black woman as mayor - CNN
Chicago elected Lori Lightfoot as its first black female mayor in a historic victory applauded beyond the nation's third-most populous city.
Pilots followed Boeing's emergency steps before 737 Max crash: report
Pilots of the 737 Max jet that crashed in Ethiopia in March initially followed Boeing's standard emergency procedures to try to get control of the plane, but ultimately failed, the Wall Street Journal reported Wednesday.
Bridge safety: It'll take more than 80 years to repair the 47,000 structurally deficient bridges in America, report finds - CNN
More than 47,000 bridges in the United States are in crucial need of repairs, says the American Road and Transportation Builders Association, or ARTBA. The group, which advocates for investment in transportation infrastructure, analyzes data from the Federal Highway Administration and releases an annual Deficient Bridge report.
Parents charged in college cheating scam turn to consultant to understand prison life - CBS News
The most high-profile defendants charged in the massive college admissions scandal are due in federal court Wednesday afternoon. Actresses Lori Loughlin and Felicity Huffman are among the 15 parents expected to go before a judge, accused of cheating to get their kids into elite universities.