IRIVING, Texas – Kansas’ men’s basketball game at Florida on Dec. 10 will be part of the Big 12/SEC Challenge, the two conferences announced Tuesday. The Big 12/SEC Challenge will begin during the 2013-14 season.
“This will be very good for our league,” Kansas coach Bill Self said. “We have a very difficult draw with our [...] Continue reading →
NCAA SWEET 16
Games Thursday at Washington
Miami (29-6) vs. Marquette (25-8), 6:15 p.m. (WIBW 13.1)
Indiana (29-6) vs. Syracuse (28-9), 30 minutes following (WIBW 13.1)
Games Thursday at Los Angeles
Arizona (27-7) vs. Ohio State (28-7), 6:47… Continue reading →
Conner Murray, so., Parker, Colo; Thomas Taylor, sr., Lawrence; Wes Benjamin, so., St. Charles, Ill.; Frank Duncan, jr., San Francisco, Calif.; Jordan Luvisi, sr., Scottsdale, Ariz.; Colin Toalson, so., Lawrence; Alex Cox, jr., Coron… Continue reading →
KANSAS SOFTBALL DROPS FIRST GAME: A two-run first inning and a solid relief performance from freshman Kelsey Kessler fell one run short of clinching the Florida International Tournament championship as Kansas dropped its first game of the season to NC … Continue reading →
Wisconsin’s tying half-court heave went in, of course. Then Kansas lost again. And in case you were asleep late Saturday night, Notre Dame rallied past Louisville in five overtimes.
March Madness is weeks away, but February Frenzy is already in full swing.
Six more Top 25 teams went down Saturday, including two of the top five. When the next Associated Press poll comes out Monday, it likely will have a new No. 1 for the sixth straight week — marking the second-longest such streak since the first rankings in 1949.
IRVING, Texas — Big 12 athletic directors worked Tuesday to determine the league’s preferred bowl lineup with the anticipation that the Cotton Bowl will become part of college football’s new playoff system.
The 21/2-hour discussion about bowl alignment took up a bulk of the agenda as the ADs wrapped up a two-day meeting with Commissioner Bob Bowlsby and other league officials that also involved football scheduling.
Most of the first day was spent discussing the makeup of the 10-team league and “what-if” scenarios about staying at that number or eventually expanding.
The BCS is a plate of crap. But you knew that already. This year has been a delicious feast of entertainment. A 12-course, 14-week series of delectable goods and indelible moments, and now we’ve arrived at the terminus of the 2012 college football season. We’ve cleared away our dirty plates from the last course, and now only 1 section remains: one hell of a dessert. Okay, actually it’s kind of a crappy dessert for the most part. As I said, we’ve been eating a great meal this year, and now for dessert, the waiter brings out a plate full of poop. The BCS is that poop, and you don’t want to eat it, but you know you… Continue reading →
The Kansas men moved up two spots to No. 10 in The Associated Press’ college basketball poll released Monday.
Indiana is still No. 1 in the poll which was changed a lot because of the holiday weekend tournaments.
Duke moved up to take Louisville’s … Continue reading →
With a week to go in the regular season, it’s the beginning of the end. By John Griffin A heroic goal line stand that will surely go down in Notre Dame lore lifted the #1 Irish past USC and a valiant effort by Trojan QB Max Wittek, who was thrust into action with an injured Matt Barkley unable to start. With USC down 22-13 with 5 and a half minutes remaining, Wittek lofted a 53-yard pass to Marquise Lee, who snagged the ball at the Notre Dame 2-yard line. All of a sudden a game that seemed nearly over was blown wide open, the Trojans had new life and a chance to claw back into… Continue reading →