Stories for July 19, 2006


Lead stories

6Sports video: Collins offers glimpse of acrobatics to come

Ranked as a five-star recruit by, Sherron Collins is the type of player who should create special memories for the Allen Fieldhouse faithful. But until the freshman guard steps into the Phog this fall, most fans will associate him with one moment of aerial acrobatics.

Ignorance bliss for blossoming Rose

Chicago prep star just discovering how good he truly is

Sprawled on a rumpled bed in Room 325 of the Hasbrouck Heights Hilton, bloated right ankle dangling toward the floor and straining against layers of medical tape, Derrick Rose is still unbelievable.

Lawsuit revises blame in Mizzou case

New allegations surface surrounding sudden death of Missouri linebacker one year ago

A revised lawsuit filed Tuesday by the parents of a Missouri football player who died during preseason workouts last year targets the unfamiliarity of the team's trainers and assistant coaches with the symptoms and exercise-induced complications of sickle cell trait.

Oklahoma State dismisses forward

Torre Johnson averaged 10.1 ppg in reserve role in '05-06

Torre Johnson has been dismissed from the Oklahoma State basketball team, coach Sean Sutton said Tuesday.

Little brother joins Moody on U.S. team

The Moody family will bring home two gold medals from the Williams Jones Cup tournament in Taipei City, Taiwan.

'50s KU great Fiss dies at 75

Galen Fiss, an All-Big Seven fullback and one of Kansas University's most well-known football and baseball players, died Monday night. He was 75.