Kansas Jayhawks News and Notes: 6.18.18

Shout! Shout! Let it all out! Bill Self says he is eager to get back to Lawrence and “see the commitment level” of the transfer players Charlie Moore, KJ Lawson, and Dedric Lawson. A talk with Bill Self after the second game in the U18 FIBA tournament helped spur Quentin Grimes to earn MVP honors. […]

Tech beats Florida to open College World Series

No. 9 Texas Tech started the College World Series on a high note, defeating top-ranked Florida, 6-3, on Sunday, June 17, at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha, Nebraska. Source: DailyToreador.com Powered by WPeMatico

SLATE: Monday droppings

Some recruiting stuff, and some, well, other stuff Not a ton of stuff today, but there is some recruiting news amidst some random silliness. First, let’s direct you to BracketCat’s latest offerings, as on Saturday he profiled #77, offensive lineman Nick Kaltmeyer, and gave another lineman, Josh Rivas, his turn at #76 on Sunday. From […]

Texas Tech defeats number 1 seed Florida in the first game of the College World Series

The Red Raiders outlast Florida 6-3 and will play Arkansas on Tuesday. For the first time in program history, the Texas Tech Red Raiders (45-18) won their first game in the College World Series against defending National Champions, the Florida Gators (47-20), 6-3. It was also the second time this year that the Red Raiders […]

Big inning sends Baseball to 11-5 loss in CWS opener

Texas Baseball (42-22) allowed a season-high eight runs in the sixth inning en route to a 11-5 loss at the hands of Arkansas (45-19) on Sunday afternoon at TD Ameritrade Park. The Longhorns will face the loser of tonight’s Texas Tech/Florida game on Tuesday in an elimination matchup. Source: Texas Sports Powered by WPeMatico

A long road awaits Texas at the College World Series after a lengthy loss to Arkansas

OMAHA, Neb. — A sixth inning that lasted over 3 1/2 hours has Texas within one loss of an off-season that’s even longer. At TD Ameritrade Park on Sunday, Texas dropped an 11-5 game to Arkansas in its opener at the College World Series. The defeat sends Texas to the loser’s bracket at the NCAA’s […]

The Double Technical: Live (at the time) from Cap City

A Post-Cap City podcast from the boys of what went on at Valley High School Sunday night. Source: Iowa State Daily Powered by WPeMatico

Mason and friends entertain at charity softball game

Highlighted by athletes like national championship point guard Sherron Collins, Frank Mason hosted a charity softball game for Children’s Mercy Kansas City and the National Youth Foundation on Saturday. Source: Rock Chalk Talk Powered by WPeMatico

Sunday Lookahead: University of Texas San Antonio

This week’s Sunday lookahead peaks at the second team the Baylor Football team will play in the 2018 season, the UTSA Roadrunners. Bears fans will surely know not to take UTSA lightly this season, as the Roadrunners got the best of the depleted and disarrayed Bears in the second game of last season at McClane […]

Countdown To Kickoff: 76 Days! | Red River ‘Spygate’

Decades before Eric Mangini accused the Patriots of spying, Darrell Royal accused Oklahoma of all sorts of things. The year was 1976, America was celebrating it’s Bicentennial, Bob Stoops was playing high school football in Ohio, Lincoln Riley was seven years away from being born, and Oklahoma was involved in an alleged spygate scandal with […]

Texas blown out again by Arkansas, 11-5

The Razorbacks were just too good at the plate and the Longhorns too lacking. A disastrous sixth inning split by a nearly three-hour weather delay sunk the Texas Longhorns as the Arkansas Razorbacks once again dominated David Pierce’s team, 11-5, this time at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha in a matchup that wasn’t even as […]