Deja vu: Kansas rotates quarterbacks in 65-19 loss against Texas Tech | KUsports.com
Backup Carter Stanley, after showing some promise in the first half in spot relief of Peyton Bender, became the Jayhawks’ new No. 1 QB for the second half. The lineup change didn’t come close to propelling KU out of yet another massive hole, though.
Notebook: Herbert limited in run game, hurts hamstring; Armstrong notches first sack | KUsports.com
“Yeah, his hammy kind of tightened up on him on that run,” KU head coach David Beaty said afterward, adding trainers tried to get Herbert back on the field. “It just wasn’t worth the risk of popping it.”
KU volleyball tops Oklahoma | KUsports.com
Kansas’ volleyball team improved to 5-0 in the Big 12 with a 25-18, 25-19, 24-26, 25-11 victory over Oklahoma on Saturday night in Norman, Okla.
Jayhawks dropped by Texas Tech, 65-19 | KUsports.com
Coming out of its bye week, the Kansas football team endured the same problems that it had prior to Saturday’s 65-19 loss to Texas Tech at Memorial Stadium.
Swain: David Beaty now officially on the hot seat | Sports | kansan.com
After another excruciating loss, it is time for Kansas to put David Beaty on the metaphorical hot seat. What he is currently doing is not working and the Kansas Athletics may need to consider the possibility of moving on.
‘I’m not ready to flush this thing’: KU football steamrolled by Texas Tech, 65-19 | The Topeka Capital-Journal
“I don’t get disappointed,” Beaty said following the 65-19 beatdown administered to his Jayhawks by Texas Tech on Saturday afternoon at Memorial Stadium. “I mean, it’s a job we do, right? We go on to the next play. It is what it is.
KU Jayhawks-Texas Tech Red Raiders game recap, score, 10/7/17 | The Kansas City Star
To be fair, not even Tom Brady likely would’ve saved the Jayhawks in this game — not when a costly fumble, inconsistent run game and shaky defense were completely out of the signal-caller’s control.
College football Winners and Losers, Week 6: Strong showing from state of Texas – CBSSports.com
Week 6 didn’t have multiple compelling games on paper, but as usual, it’s the so-called down weeks that produce the most chaotic results. And chaos did reign supreme on Saturday. Oklahoma, the preseason Big 12 favorite, lost at home to Iowa State, which was already down its starting quarterback and a 31-point underdog. That puts a major dent in the conference’s College Football Playoff hopes since the Sooners had the big nonconference win against Ohio State. However, TCU picked up some of the slack by remaining unbeaten with a win over West Virginia.
Pete Prisco’s NFL Week 5 Picks: Lions win cat fight with Panthers, Jets get to 3-2 – CBSSports.com
Who saw the Buffalo Bills , Detroit Lions and Los Angeles Rams all being 3-1 after the first month, with all three having a piece of first place in their respective divisions?
Titans deny an interested Colin Kaepernick the chance to work out after Mariota injury – CBSSports.com
Kaepernick remains focused on playing in the NFL again and is working out daily in hopes of achieving that goal, according to sources with knowledge of the situation, which was conveyed to Titans brass last week after starting quarterback Marcus Mariota suffered a hamstring injury on Sunday. Tennessee officials were contacted and made aware of Kaepernick’s fitness level, his regimen and his desire to work out for the team, but sources said the matter was unable to advance. Kaepernick’s agents have been diligent about contacting teams whenever any quarterback injuries have occurred, but as of yet no team has been willing to let the former Super Bowl quarterback work out for them.
‘Star Wars: The Last Jedi’ trailer to debut during ‘Monday Night Football’ – CBSSports.com
The official trailer for the eighth installment of the Star Wars franchise will debut during this week’s edition of “Monday Night Football.” Lucasfilm announced on Sunday that it would show the trailer during halftime of the contest between the Vikings and the Bears.
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