When quarterback Dayne Crist fumbled into the end zone from the three-yard line on Kansas University's final offensive play of Saturday's 20-6 loss to TCU, the turnover put an end to KU's chances and the game was all but over.
Kansas University volleyball lost the match but won the tournament.
Anyone needing proof that the Kansas University football team’s defense has taken a step forward from the woeful performances that were common during the past couple of seasons need look no further than the company the Jayhawks keep in total turnovers.
Upsets happen when a football team feels disrespected. They happen when an underdog realizes what it does well and has the confidence to do it repeatedly, stubbornly believing it will work.
Kansas University’s volleyball team extended its winning streak to nine, tying the fourth-longest in program history, as KU defeated Xavier at the Golden Dome Invitational on Saturday, 25-15, 25-21, 25-17.
Elite senior point-guard prospect Anthony “Cat” Barber on Saturday orally committed to play basketball at North Carolina State during his campus visit to the Raleigh, N.C., school.