Both teams battled until the end, but the Spiders overcame KU in the final moments.
Who knows? Maybe No. 12-ranked Kansas University's stunning home loss to unheralded, unranked Richmond just might help the Jayhawks.
Nobody knew how Kansas University's men's basketball team would react to playing a nonconference game in the midst of the conference season. Everybody knows now: not well, not well at all.
Last winter, Kansas University's football team started its offseason workout program without its director of strength and conditioning. Chris Dawson, who spent the previous two seasons at Minnesota, didn't take over KU's program until February, and the Jayhawks didn't move into Anderson Strength and Conditioning Center until March.
Kansas University has been picked to finish eighth in a preseason poll of Big 12 Conference baseball coaches.
Holy sticky web, Spiderman. Richmond -- they're the Spiders, you know -- produced the most stunning men's basketball victory over Kansas University in Allen Fieldhouse since ... well, the Arachnids joined a club, that's all. A select one, granted.
The Kansas University track squad travels today to Columbia, Mo., for the Kansas-Kansas State-Missouri triangular.
Richmond guard Tony Dobbins couldn't pinpoint the exact moment when he knew a stunning victory was brewing Thursday night against No. 12 Kansas University, but he had a good idea why it happened.