AUSTIN, Texas — Texas football has lost another player.
Offensive tackle Paden Kelley has decided to quit football but stay at Texas in order to pursue his degree. With that announcement, Texas has now lost two of the top three players from what was … Continue reading →
For the first seven weeks, he didn’t bother to relive the disappointment. There just wasn’t a reason. Bill Self has seen just a few clips from that Monday night in New Orleans. And for now, that’s enough. Continue reading →
For the first seven weeks, he didn’t bother to relive the disappointment. There just wasn’t a reason. Bill Self has seen just a few clips from that Monday night in New Orleans. And for now, that’s enough.It’s been 61 days s… Continue reading →
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Maybe a sport other than football does matter in college athletics.
At least on days when conference officials are not consumed entirely with membership counts and television deals.
After the Big 12 capped its spring meetings on Fr… Continue reading →
Though just a junior, Hiawatha (KS) High defensive lineman Peyton Newell has been on a tear on the recruiting trail in recent weeks, picking up a large handful of BCS offers. Friday another one came down the pipe, this time from an in-state program wit… Continue reading →
Though he is committed to the University of Kansas, the offers continue to roll in for Roeland Park (KS) Bishop Miege quarterback Montell Cozart. Friday, he added his sixth BCS offer and seventh overall when Kansas State pulled the trigger. Continue reading →
KANSAS CITY, Mo. — After spending his career on college campuses, Bob Bowlsby will see new surroundings when he reports for work later this month at the Big 12 offices in Dallas.
A campus analogy was fitting, then, to articulate Bowlsby’s stance on… Continue reading →