The Kansas women’s basketball team had a promising first half on Senior Night against Iowa State. But in the closing half, the shots rarely fell through the hoop.
After a full season of playing a new role on a team that has nobody else who can play his position, Devonte' Graham has developed into a player without weaknesses.
If last Saturday's victory over Texas Tech produced the celebration of the Kansas basketball team clinching an NCAA-record 14th consecutive Big 12 title — shiny new hats, water flying, Jayhawks jumping — then Monday's 10-point win over Texas at Allen Fieldhouse was the coronation. By Matt Tait
Kansas basketball coach Bill Self did not even attempt to hide his true feelings when asked after Monday's 80-70 victory over Texas how he felt about his team's unusual red uniforms. By Matt Tait
Shaka Smart’s responsibilities as coach of the University of Texas basketball team include making his way to the scorers’ table to do a postgame interview with the Longhorns’ radio crew, win or lose.This night came with a twist that made it a little tougher than normal after his team lost to Kansas, 80-70, on Monday night, Senior Night, the last night at Allen Fieldhouse. By Tom Keegan
There were plenty of key moments, big shots and momentum-changing buckets during Monday's Big Monday showdown with visiting Texas at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait
Kansas seniors Devonte’ Graham and Svi Mykhailiuk already experienced three losses inside Allen Fieldhouse this season, so a repeat performance of that variety wasn’t an option Monday night in the final home game of their careers. By Benton Smith
It turns out that KU's two-point victory over Texas Tech last weekend in Lubbock, Texas, was worth more than Kansas clinching a share of Big 12 title No. 14 in a row. By Matt Tait
Kansas junior right-hander Blake Goldsberry allowed one hit over 6 2/3 innings pitched in relief, leading the KU baseball team to a 6-2 victory over Omaha on Monday at Hoglund Ballpark.
Texas freshman center Mohamed Bamba will miss Monday night's game against Kansas because of a sprained left toe he suffered last week, the school announced Monday afternoon.
The Kansas football program didn’t have any potential signees for next year lined up until Monday, but the Jayhawks kicked off their 2019 recruiting class in style, with news from a familiar high school in Louisiana that a highly sought after quarterback decided to commit. By Benton Smith
A look at some of the keys for eighth-ranked Kansas in tonight's home finale against Texas, which doubles as Senior Night for Devonte' Graham, Svi Mykhailiuk and Clay Young. By Matt Tait
Four years of maturation and memorable moments, big wins and heartbreaking losses, growing hair on their heads and faces, have come down to this. It's Senior Night for Devonte' Graham and Svi Mykhailiuk. By Matt Tait
Heading into Sunday’s rubber match against Northwestern, Kansas baseball coach Ritch Price desperately needed a strong outing on the mound from his hard-throwing righty Ryan Zeferjahn, and he delivered just that.
Now that he’s had a chance to catch his breath, Clay Young can finally think up his speech. Well, he'd better hurry. By Scott Chasen
In an offensive slugfest that featured a combined 36 hits and 30 runs, the Kansas baseball team suffered an 18-12 loss to Northwestern on Saturday at Hoglund Ballpark.
The rapid Kansas ball movement punctuated by swishes from long distance that defined the first half had faded. Relentless Texas Tech was making its charge, drawing within one point. And then, the best basketball player in the Big 12 closed the game the way his team closed the Big 12 basketball race — like a buzz saw with no off switch. By Tom Keegan
Allowing at least 20 points in each quarter, the Kansas women's basketball team was drubbed, 91-67, against Kansas State on Saturday at Bramlage Coliseum.
Want to know what it takes to win the Big 12 Conference 14 times in a row? Just watch the final few minutes of Saturday's 74-72 victory by No. 8 Kansas over No. 6 Texas Tech inside a wild and crazy United Supermarkets Arena and you'll see a clear blueprint. By Matt Tait
Less than an hour after his team clinched its NCAA-record 14th consecutive Big 12 regular-season title, Kansas coach Bill Self was in the hall answering questions about the ongoing investigation into corruption in college basketball. By Matt Tait
The Jayhawks entered Lubbock with a chance at a Big 12 title. They left with a piece of history. By Scott Chasen
A look at some of the keys for eighth-ranked Kansas in today's massive Big 12 showdown against No. 6 Texas Tech in Lubbock, Texas.By Matt Tait
For the first time, Kansas basketball on Friday morning became linked to the FBI's investigation into widespread corruption in college basketball. By Matt Tait
Apples Jones, mother of former Kansas basketball star Josh Jackson, said she received a phone call from a family member Friday and was told to turn on the TV to see herself. “Why am I on TV?” Jones said she asked.
The FBI's ongoing investigation into college basketball, which produced a number of criminal charges last fall, has uncovered a wide range of impermissible payments from agents to at least two dozen players or their relatives, including the mother of former University of Kansas player Josh Jackson.
Texas Tech point guard Keenan Evans is not Superman. But there does appear to be a direct link between him and saving the day for the sixth-ranked Red Raiders.
When defensive tackle Charles “Codey” Cole decided to sign with the Kansas football program, he didn’t know whether a key Jayhawk who plays the same position, Daniel Wise, would still be around by the time he arrived in Lawrence for the spring semester. The new Jayhawk was glad KU’s star lineman returned for the 2018 season. The 6-foot-3 transfer from Butler Community College plans to pick Wise’s brain as much as he can. By Benton Smith
The melting-pot Jayhawks feature players from four different countries: Angola (Silvio De Sousa), Nigeria (Udoka Azubuike), Ukraine (Svi Mykhailiuk), the United States.
The timing of Kylee Kopatich’s 3-pointer couldn’t have been any better. Hoping to end a 12-game losing streak, Kansas found itself tied with No. 25 Oklahoma State with under three minutes to play at Allen Fieldhouse. By Wesley Dotson
The stage is set. The game is here. And thanks to Oklahoma State's upset victory over No. 6 Texas Tech in Stillwater, Oklahoma, on Wednesday night, the 8th-ranked Kansas Jayhawks will take a one-game lead into their showdown with the Red Raiders on Saturday in Lubbock, Texas. By Matt Tait
Skid Row is lined with gamblers who flouted conventional wisdom and bet against a winning streak.
On the eve of last week’s season-opening series against Murray State, 16th-year Kansas baseball coach Ritch Price said this had a chance to be the best pitching staff he has taken into a season.
After the table session ended and the players were rising from their chairs, third-year sophomore guard Malik Newman imparted a simple message to freshman forward Silvio De Sousa after Kansas dominated Oklahoma, 104-74, Monday in Allen Fieldhouse: “I’m proud of you, young fella’.”
The breakthrough moment for Kansas freshman Silvio De Sousa came a little later than many people had hoped for and expected. But it was hardly out of nowhere. How two months of bonding with teammates and putting Kansas basketball first put De Sousa in a position to finally deliver. By Matt Tait
Eighty minutes before game time Monday night in Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas senior point guard Devonte’ Graham sat in a chair on the Oklahoma bench, eyed his target and launched a shot toward the basket. Swish. By Tom Keegan
Kansas freshman Silvio De Sousa stole a little incentive before Monday's 104-74 victory over Oklahoma straight off of the wrist of teammate Mitch Lightfoot. After a spirited pregame that featured positive vibes flowing and good old Mr. Confidence peeking his head ever so slightly out, like Punxsutawney Phil on Groundhog Day, De Sousa caught a glimpse of Lightfoot's wrist and saw the words “Rebound” and “Defense” written in dark marker on the skin. By Matt Tait
After watching a brief video that flashed highlights from his stellar career at halftime of Monday night's 104-74 victory by No. 8 Kansas over Oklahoma, Sherron Collins, Monday's guest of honor, slowly walked onto James Naismith court to watch his No. 4 jersey officially go into the rafters at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait
The Kansas basketball team’s revenge week started just the way the Jayhawks envisioned Monday night at Allen Fieldhouse. A few weeks removed from its loss at Oklahoma in late January, KU throttled Oklahoma in the rematch, 104-74, ahead of its much-awaited trip to Texas Tech this coming Saturday. By Benton Smith
A look at some of the keys for 8th-ranked Kansas in tonight's Big Monday rematch with the Oklahoma Sooners at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait
During his freshman season at Kansas, Sherron Collins tried a lot of things at full speed and sometimes the game he saw in front of him seemed in his mind to be going even faster than he was.
Gusty winds proved to be a factor for Kansas baseball righty Ryan Zeferjahn before he even took the mound against Murray State, but coach Ritch Price walked away impressed with the electric outing his starter ultimately turned in.
With his wife, Britt, by his side, and his dad, Walt, and brother, Grant, there to support him, as well — dad decked out in a No. 45 Kansas basketball T-Shirt, no less — former Kansas big man Cole Aldrich returned to Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday for the moment of a lifetime. By Matt Tait
West Virginia basketball coach Bob Huggins cooled down almost as quickly as he flipped his lid in a way that earned him back-to-back technical fouls and an ejection with eight seconds remaining in Saturday night’s game in Allen Fieldhouse. By Tom Keegan
After Kansas sophomore Udoka Azubuike dropped 21 points in 31 minutes to help lead the Jayhawks to a wild, 77-69, comeback victory over West Virginia on Saturday evening at Allen Fieldhouse, one of the most popular questions tossed KU's way was whether the game was the best of Azubuike's still-young career. As is so often the case, KU coach Bill Self delivered the best answer, tying in Saturday's celebration of the 10-year anniversary of the 2008 national title team to emphasize his point. By Matt Tait
For the eighth time this season, the Kansas basketball team found itself in a double-digit deficit. Saturday night at Allen Fieldhouse, the Jayhawks rediscovered the Morgantown magic that helped them pull off a major comeback in their first meeting with West Virginia. Although six other KU opponents have sent the perennial Big 12 champion home with a loss after leading by 10, WVU failed to do so again in an incredible 77-69 Kansas victory. By Benton Smith
Baylor coach Kim Mulkey has often said she never tells a shooter to stop shooting when they go into a slump. That philosophy paid off Saturday.
A look at some of the keys for 13th-ranked Kansas in tonight's rematch with 20th-ranked West Virginia at Allen Fieldhouse in front of ESPN's "College GameDay" crew. By Matt Tait
Part attorney, part NCAA watchdog, part basketball analyst, ESPN’s Jay Bilas is one of the better thinkers in our ever-expanding sports world.
It only took one at-bat for Brendt Citta to begin the Jayhawks’ baseball season—and his collegiate career at KU—with a bang on Friday at Hoglund Ballpark.
An unnamed source who has been briefed on the details of an FBI probe into corruption in college basketball told Yahoo Sports that far more than four assistant coaches arrested in September have cause for concern. By Matt Tait
Ritch Price’s KU baseball squad was picked to finish sixth in the Big 12, but he’s setting his sights a little higher. By Scott Chasen
If Kansas basketball coach Bill Self trusted another player enough to put the basketball and game in his hands, Devonte’ Graham wouldn’t have a streak of nine consecutive 40-minute outings.
Forever linked for their time together as Jayhawks, former KU greats Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich will share the spotlight one more time when their jerseys are retired, two days apart, at Allen Fieldhouse this weekend.By Matt Tait
Now in his second year with the University of Kansas football program, running back Khalil Herbert spent some of his formative years attending Marjory Stonemason Douglas High School, in Parkland, Fla., site of a deadly shooting on Wednesday. Herbert stated his shock over the mass shooting, which left 17 dead. By Benton Smith
The West Virginia women’s basketball team easily handled Kansas, 76-46, with 1,880 in attendance at WVU Coliseum on Wednesday night.
The old rules no longer apply in Big 12 basketball. Not long ago, you could look at the rest of a team’s schedule and come pretty close to projecting the wins and losses.
Kansas senior Devonte' Graham needed just three words to describe the improved effort and extra energy that sophomore guard Malik Newman played with during the Jayhawks' 83-77 road victory at Iowa State on Tuesday night. By Matt Tait
Iowa State’s Solomon Young went up for a short baseline jumper, and Kansas center Udoka Azubuike went up with him and made contact. The whistle blew, and 21 seconds into the second half, Azubuike picked up his third foul. He stole a glance toward the bench, figuring he would see Mitch Lightfoot being summoned to replace him. Lightfoot remained seated. “I thought (Kansas coach Bill Self) was going to take me out, to be honest with you, but he kept me in the game,” Azubuike said afterward. By Tom Keegan
The first time Iowa State faced Kansas this season, they put 6-foot-9 freshman power forward Cameron Lard on 6-foot-3 shooting guard Malik Newman and dared the Kansas sophomore to beat them. Newman did, scoring 27 points on that early January afternoon to lead Kansas to a five-point victory. Tuesday night at Hilton Coliseum, the stage was set for a similar matchup, and this time Iowa State coach Steve Prohm elected to put Lard on KU's slumping junior Lagerald Vick instead of Newman. By Matt Tait
On Monday afternoon, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self said he knew what his struggling Jayhawks needed to be successful again. On Tuesday night, his team proved him right. With Lagerald Vick and Malik Newman both back in the starting lineup, the KU starters played the lion's share of the minutes in Hilton Coliseum (162 of 200), scoring all but eight points to lead Kansas to a tough, 83-77 road victory over Iowa State. By Matt Tait
Despite three early fouls, Udoka Azubuike showed exactly why he’s so hard to take off the court. By Scott Chasen
A look at some of the keys for 13th-ranked Kansas in tonight's showdown with Iowa State at Hilton Coliseum in Ames, Iowa. By Matt Tait
Against the backdrop of stories about ailing team chemistry and Bill Self talking about having to coach effort in February for the first time at Kansas, encouraging news broke on the recruiting front for the 13-time-defending Big 12 champion. By Tom Keegan
Kansas basketball coach Bill Self is smart enough to sense what's happening with KU's beloved fan base, even though he has spent very little time interacting with them of late and spends basically no time on social media sites and message boards where thousands of Jayhawk fans are happy to let their feelings be known. By Matt Tait
Unless and until the NCAA, its affiliated television networks and all media covering college basketball denounce and distance themselves from the dreaded RPI rankings, March Madness seeding won’t approach anything that resembles fair. By Tom Keegan
Freshman Shelby Gayre drilled a three-run, pinch-hit homer in the sixth inning and the Kansas softball team finished the weekend with a 6-1 victory over the College of Charleston on Sunday in Deland, Fla.
Asked for a “big picture” assessment of his Kansas basketball team following Saturday's disheartening, 80-74 loss at Baylor, KU coach Bill Self wasted no time getting to the point. By Matt Tait
If the 2018 NCAA Tournament began today, the Kansas Jayhawks would be a No. 2 seed in the West region. That was the message sent by this year's selection committee, which on Sunday revealed the top four seeds in each region, as things stand today, during an afternoon special on CBS Sports. By Matt Tait
After a cold shooting start, Kansas women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider saw his team fall into a hole he was hoping they could avoid. The Jayhawks were never able to dig themselves out of it.
The Kansas softball team split its two games at the Stetson Leadoff Classic, losing, 6-4, to the College of Charleston before earning a 4-1 victory over Akron in Deland, Fla.
You know it’s not your day when you can’t escape pregame warmups without an injury to a key player. By Tom Keegan
A quick glance up and down the box score following Saturday's 80-64 victory by Baylor over 10th-ranked Kansas at Ferrell Center revealed a fact that was probably obvious to anyone who watched the game. By Matt Tait
If you were to pick a single play that summed up just how out of sorts the Kansas men's basketball team was on Saturday during an 80-64 loss to Baylor at Ferrell Center — and, if we're being honest, there were more than a dozen of them — it came early in the second half on, of all things, a Kansas 3-pointer. By Matt Tait
A lackluster first half put the Kansas basketball team in a troublesome spot Saturday afternoon at Baylor, so much so that a second-half surge couldn’t save the Jayhawks in an 80-64 road loss. The Bears ended an 11-game losing streak versus KU by shooting 57 percent from the floor and turning the Jayhawks’ offense into a shell of itself most of the first half. By Benton Smith
A look at some of the keys for 10th-ranked Kansas in today's Big 12 road battle at Baylor. By Matt Tait
Kansas junior standout runner Sharon Lokedi broke her second school record of the indoor track season Friday, running a time of 8:59.69 in the 3,000-meter run at the Iowa State Classic.
With strong pitching, Kansas softball opened the season with back-to-back wins Friday over Akron and Stetson in Deland, Fla.
University of Kansas football fans can get their first glimpse of the 2018 team on the final Saturday of April, when the Jayhawks will play their annual spring game at Memorial Stadium. By Benton Smith
The case of a former University of Kansas basketball player who was arrested last weekend on suspicion of distributing marijuana is still under investigation, the Kansas Highway Patrol said Friday.
Kansas sophomore signee Miles Kendrick doesn’t look at a tall quarterback through green-tinted glasses of envy. He’s more likely to look at him and wonder how much better Stretch might be if only had the advantage of being shorter than the prototypical passer.
Returning the heart of the batting order from last season, the Kansas softball team will look to frustrate opposing pitching staffs in a different way than past years. By Bobby Nightengale
When David Beaty said during his National Signing Day press conference Wednesday he doesn’t care about national team recruiting rankings the Kansas football coach wasn’t kidding. By Benton Smith
Already armed with a star-studded 2018 recruiting class ranked No. 3 in the nation by Rivals.com, the Kansas men's basketball program added to its haul on Thursday with a pledge from Oak Park High guard Ochai Agbaji, who orally committed to join the Jayhawks during a 2 p.m. ceremony at his school. By Matt Tait
Fourth-year Kansas football coach David Beaty came to Wednesday’s press conference on signing day armed with numbers. He was eager to use them to demonstrate his point that he was not putting the Kansas football program right back in the same rut that he inherited from his predecessor. By Tom Keegan
Not many college football coaches recruit 4-foot-10, 70-pound wide receivers, but when David Beaty heard about Tayber Witt, the Kansas coach couldn’t resist. Beaty included Witt, an 11-year-old from nearby Tonganoxie, among the Jayhawks’ National Signing Day additions Wednesday, highlighting the relationships the elementary school student is developing with KU football players and staff members. By Benton Smith
Fourth-year Kansas coach David Beaty finally got to discuss one of his favorite topics, recruiting, on Wednesday, otherwise known as National Signing Day in the realm of college football. Speaking with media members for the first time since the Jayhawks lost their 2017 season finale at Oklahoma State, on Nov. 25, capping a 1-11 season, Beaty reveled in hailing the program’s newest additions. Eventually the coach also responded to queries on the presence of 11 junior college signees in a 2018 class that currently features seven known scholarship players from the high school ranks. By Benton Smith
After a whirlwind two weeks, Free State senior offensive tackle Jalan Robinson decided to press pause on his recruitment Wednesday and opted not to sign with any school on National Signing Day. By Bobby Nightengale
With his mother and grandmother sitting in the stands after making a last-minute decision to travel to Allen Fieldhouse for Tuesday's 71-64 Kansas victory, KU sophomore Mitch Lightfoot made sure the trip from Arizona was worth it.By Matt Tait
On a night when nothing came easy for the 10th-ranked Jayhawks, Devonte' Graham's rattle-clang-dip-bang 3-point make with 6:06 to play gave Kansas the breathing room it needed to avoid utter disaster and get back into the win column at Allen Fieldhouse, 71-64 over visiting TCU. By Matt Tait
Someone had to lend Devonte' Graham and Udoka Azubuike a hand Tuesday night against TCU. Slowly, Lagerald Vick crept out of his hole, not all the way out — not yet — but just enough to at least make TCU pay a little for sending extra attention the way of Azubuike and for not leaving Svi Mykhailiuk. By Tom Keegan
Sophomore forward Mitch Lightfoot started the first game of his Kansas career on Tuesday night and helped the 10th-ranked Jayhawks win a battle over TCU, 71-64, at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait
No victory is guaranteed or a foregone conclusion this season in the Big 12 — not even inside Allen FIeldhouse. The Kansas basketball team survived a serious test from visiting TCU Tuesday night, though, 71-64. By Benton Smith
Former Kansas football defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. will be one of 326 prospects hoping to impress pro coaches and decision-makers at the upcoming 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. The league announced its full list of participants Tuesday, and Armstrong, who left KU a year early to enter the draft, was one of 29 Big 12 players deemed worthy of an invite. By Benton Smith
One of the most productive high school quarterbacks in the state of Missouri this past year, Park Hill senior Billy Maples plans to walk on with the Kansas football program. By Benton Smith
Kansas had started showing up as a No. 1 seed in various NCAA tournament projections until Oklahoma State knocked off the Jayhawks in Saturday's stunner.
A look at some of the keys for 10th-ranked Kansas in tonight's rematch with TCU at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait
As the hours leading up to National Signing Day tick down, more commitments for the Kansas football program’s 2018 recruiting class continue to trickle in. The latest came on Monday afternoon, when junior college offensive tackle Reuben Lewis announced his intentions to sign. By Benton Smith
If you ever have wondered what the price is for a lackluster home loss by a program not used to dropping games in its home venue, you now have your answer.By Matt Tait
Thanks to a home loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday which negated the gains from a big road win over Kansas State earlier in the week, the Kansas men's basketball team fell three spots, from No. 7 to No. 10, in the latest Associated Press Top 25, released Monday. By Matt Tait
The best round of his Web.com Tour season behind him, Chris Thompson returned to his hotel room in Panama City, Panama and shifted from competitor to TV spectator with a strong rooting interest.
Less than 72 hours before Wednesday’s National Signing Day, the Kansas football program picked up a new commitment for its 2018 recruiting class Sunday night. A dual-threat high school quarterback from Rockdale, Texas, Torry Locklin announced his intentions to join the Jayhawks via Twitter. By Benton Smith
SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Gary Woodland was surprised to see infant son Jaxson with wife Gabby late Sunday afternoon at the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
The goal coming into Saturday's 84-79 home loss to Oklahoma State was for the Kansas men's basketball team to find a way to bring back to Allen Fieldhouse the same kind of energy, effort and focus that had staked them to a 4-1 start on the road during Big 12 play. It didn't happen. By Matt Tait
Loryn Goodwin had 25 points, nine rebounds and six assists and Kaylee Jensen scored 23 points with nine boards to help Oklahoma State beat Kansas on Saturday night.
Kansas looked more foggy than Phoggy from the start Saturday in trying and failing to stave off a 21st-century first. By Tom Keegan
One by one, they marched onto the Allen Fieldhouse floor, just as they had done all those years ago. Players, assistant coaches, managers and staff members who competed for six of the eight head coaches in the 120-year history of Kansas basketball walked together for a halftime ceremony during Saturday's 84-79 loss to Oklahoma State. By Matt Tait
Five years and a day after Marcus Smart's backflip on the Allen Fieldhouse floor put an exclamation point on a surprising Oklahoma State victory over Kansas, Smart's alma mater left Lawrence on Saturday with a downright shocking 84-79 victory that put a serious damper on the day-long celebration of 120 years of Kansas basketball. By Matt Tait
As hundreds of people packed into the concourse at the Booth Family Hall of Athletics, Isaac "Bud" Stallworth asked for the former players in attendance to stand. He had the right idea, although the initial request drew some laughter. By Scott Chasen
On the day the vaunted Kansas basketball program celebrated its 120-year history, the Jayhawks weren’t able to dominate or cruise like they have so many times through the years inside Allen Fieldhouse. In fact, KU found lost at home for the third time this season on Saturday. By Benton Smith
A look at some of the keys for seventh-ranked Kansas in their weekend clash with Oklahoma State at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait
According to the Star-Telegram, TCU filed a motion for the university to be removed from a lawsuit that claimed head football coach Gary Patterson and some of his assistant coaches harassed former receiver Kolby Listenbee into returning from an injury too soon. TCU countered that Listenbee’s lawsuit — which named then-TCU co-offensive coordinator Doug Meacham, now offensive coordinator and receivers coach at Kansas — should not include the university. By Benton Smith
An in-town lineman from Free State High, Spencer Roe on Friday announced his plans to join the Kansas football program. A defensive tackle and offensive guard during his senior season at FSHS, Roe will join the Jayhawks as a walk-on. Dylan Freberg, a 6-4, 220-pound tight end from Blue Valley North, plans to stay in state and join KU as a non-scholarship player, as well. By Benton Smith
Well-run plays and clutch shots from thrilling games tend to echo the longest and loudest. Yet, as Kansas has shown in winning most of its cliffhangers this season, sound defense plays just as big a role.
Kansas offensive coordinator and receivers coach Doug Meacham, who previously was co-offensive coordinator and coached inside receivers at TCU, has been named in a lawsuit by a former player who says he was harassed by TCU’s coaching staff, according to a Fort Worth Star-Telegram report. By Benton Smith
At the midway point of the Big 12 race, the Kansas men's basketball team has built a one-game lead over Oklahoma and Texas Tech in large part because of the Jayhawks' ability to play well and win on the road. By Matt Tait