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KU football ready to 'go forward' following loss to TCU
The on-field product was not flashy by any means. From its first offensive drive, TCU controlled the pace of the game with its ground attack and running back Darius Anderson. Anderson rushed for 115 yards on 18 carries as TCU amassed 319 yards on the ground — the most rushing yards KU has allowed since it allowed 342 yards to Kansas State in 2016.
‘Decision soon’ after Miller releases top six
On Saturday, the top-50 senior released his top six schools: Arizona, Arizona State, Kansas, Illinois, Louisville and Wake Forest.
Les Miles addresses Khalil Herbert's absence, redshirt potential
The timing of the Herbert news was called into question considering a new rule enacted last year that allows players to appear in four games and still receive a redshirt. Situations have appeared throughout college football where players in their fourth season of eligibility play four games, sit out and then leave as a graduate transfer, which would make them eligible to play right away.
TCU outscores Kansas, 51-14 – Kansas Jayhawks
On a hot and humid day in Texas, TCU outscored Kansas, 51-14, behind seven touchdowns, each by a different Horned Frog except for Max Duggan’s two. TCU compiled 625 yards of total offense at Amon G. Carter Stadium, 306 through the air and 319 on the ground.
Doubles duo captures title at SMU Fall Invite – Kansas Jayhawks
Sonia Smagina and Roxana Manu captured the doubles championship of the top-flight highlighting day two of the SMU Fall Invitational on Saturday. Julia Deming advanced to the singles quarterfinals of the Mustang Draw before falling in the semifinals, while the Jayhawks posted five wins in the Hilltop draw.
Jayhawks placed eighth at William H. Tucker Intercollegiate – Kansas Jayhawks
After 72 holes, Kansas men’s golf placed eighth on the team leaderboard at the William H. Tucker Intercollegiate at the UNM Championship Golf Course in Albuquerque, New Mexico
Jayhawks thumped, 51-14, by Horned Frogs in 1st Big 12 road game | KUsports.com
Drenched in sweat as he left the steamy field at Amon G. Carter Stadium on Saturday afternoon, Hakeem Adeniji slowly walked toward the tunnel that led to the visitors locker room.
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Oklahoma, Notre Dame (again) earn 900th victories in program history
Oklahoma and Notre Dame became the sixth and seventh FBS teams to earn 900 wins in program history on Saturday -- a feat the Irish accomplished for the second time.
Errol Spence Jr. edges Shawn Porter, unifies welterweight titles
Errol Spence Jr. and Shawn Porter waged the possible fight of the year, but it was Spence who got the nod in an action-packed victory by split decision to unify two welterweight world titles Saturday night at Staples Center.
How Clemson-UNC nearly turned the entire season upside down, plus more from Week 5
Here's how close we came to having the college football world turned on its head Saturday evening: Against Clemson, North Carolina's Sam Howell got hit at the 3-yard line, was spun upside down, and then half-flipped/half-fumbled the ball into the hands of Tar Heels receiver Dazz Newsome.
Frank Vogel sets defensive tone for Lakers in 'physical' first practice
LeBron James collided with Alex Caruso, causing both of them to fall to the floor. Anthony Davis and Dwight Howard got tangled up going for a rebound, and the pair hit the hardwood.
Mike Leach rips 'fat, dumb' Washington State players after loss
After two tough losses, including a 38-13 thrashing by No. 19 Utah on Saturday night, Leach let loose on his feelings about his team and its performances, describing the Cougars as "fat, dumb, happy and entitled."
Montana is blanketed in feet of snow and it's not even October yet - CNN
So far, parts of Montana have received almost two feet of snow. Browning was blanketed by 23 inches and East Glacier Park by 21.
The Josh Jackson Saga Has Gotten Bleaker
Josh Jackson, drafted by the Suns with the fourth overall pick in the 2017 NBA draft and hailed as a do-everything wing, has not demonstrated a clear ability to do much of anything. He’s struggled with shooting, decision-making, defense, and virtually every identifiable element of basketball. After his sophomore campaign in Phoenix, he came in 85th of 92 small forwards in real plus-minus, and dead last in the NBA in win shares.
Only 17% of Americans surprised by Trump's actions tied to Ukraine: POLL - ABC News
Nearly two-thirds of Americans believe President Donald Trump's encouragement of a foreign leader to investigate Trump's political rival and his family is a serious problem, but only 17% said they were surprised by the president's actions, according to a new ABC News/Ipsos poll.
Power outages are being reported across Flathead Valley
As well as, Flathead Co-Op had reported 1,427 people have been affected in at least six power outages in the Flathead Valley.
National Coffee Day Deals 2019: Everywhere to Get Free Coffee Today - Thrillist
National Coffee Day is kind of the perfect food holiday. Coffee is just low-cost enough for restaurants and coffee shops in every state to offer you a free cup to start the day. If you wanted -- and were physically capable of handling it -- you could probably have a cup of coffee once an hour, all day and never pay for it. And while good coffee is worth the price of admission, it's hard to turn down a good deal on beans or a cup. Check out the list below for all the places you'll find cheap and free coffee today, including Bruegger's Bagels, Peet's Coffee, Nekter Juice Bar, and many other places.
China gives away over 620,000 TVs ahead of big military parade — Quartz
China wants images from its upcoming military parade to be inescapable. To that end, it’s given away over 620,000 TVs