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What Bob Huggins had to say after the loss to Kansas
“I wouldn’t say (Kansas) shot us down, I would say we shot ourselves in the foot,” said Huggins. “We missed so many one and two footers. We missed so many step-in shots…. we go 12-of-22 from the free throw line, and that wasn’t because we had a bad free throw shooter up there. We continue to miss free throws (in spite of) how many we shoot (at practice).”
Kansas impresses media in win over West Virginia
The Jayhawks’ games against the Mountaineers are often described as fistfights or rock fights. And West Virginia got the better of Kansas early on. Thanks to freshman Oscar Tshiebwe, an NBA-bodied first-year player with a terrific motor, West Virginia went into the locker room up 30-24, with Tshiebwe dropping a double-double. From Kansas’ side, giving up 12 first-half offensive rebounds and 10 first-half turnovers wasn’t the ideal start the Jayhawks hoped for against the nation’s No. 16 team.
WATCH: Azubuike alley-oops help Kansas past West Virginia
Kansas center Udoka Azubuike helped the Jayhawks land a big win over a ranked West Virginia team on Saturday by his ability to get on the move and throw down lobs.
Udoka Azubuike battles with ‘grown man’ Oscar Tshiebwe in KU win
“I thought Doke played huge,” Kansas coach Bill Self said. “Doke was the best player in the second half. He was great.”
KU basketball players thank fans for support after win over WVU
KU basketball coach Bill Self made several notable comments following his Jayhawks’ 60-53 win over West Virginia on Saturday, among which was his thought that had the Jayhawks not had the crowd behind them, they likely would have lost Saturday’s showdown.
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Derrick Henry rolls up 182 yards rushing to carry Titans by Patriots
Henry is the first player to rush for over 100 yards against New England in the postseason since the Seattle Seahawks’ Marshawn Lynch gained 102 yards in Super Bowl XLIX after the 2014 season, and he joined Hall of Famer Marcus Allen as the only former Heisman Trophy winners to record multiple 150-yard rushing games in the postseason in NFL history.
Deshaun Watson rallies Texans to 16-point comeback win over Bills
In the Texans’ 22-19 victory over the Buffalo Bills, Watson spun out of what looked to be a certain sack on second-and-6 to stay upright and find running back Taiwan Jones for 34 yards to set up first-and-goal at the Buffalo 10. Watson flexed both arms as the crowd at NRG Stadium went wild. On the next play, Houston won the AFC wild-card game on a 28-yard field goal by Ka’imi Fairbairn.
Clippers hear boos amid Grizzlies blowout — ‘We’re not a great team’
Down 24 at the end of the third quarter to the Memphis Grizzlies on Saturday, the LA Clippers heard their first boos of the game, before walking off their home floor at the end to more jeers.
Kevin Love visibly frustrated on court in Cavs’ loss
“We were making a playcall,” Love said. “We were in the bonus, and Chris Paul was on me, so I felt swing it to me and try to throw it in the post, see if they double-team and get a good shot out of that. That’s not what we did, and yeah, I was frustrated.”
Tom Brady says retirement ‘pretty unlikely’ as Patriots exit playoffs
New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady said it was “pretty unlikely” that he would retire this offseason, before adding it was “hopefully unlikely” after the team’s 20-13 loss to the visiting Tennessee Titans on Saturday night in the wild-card round of the AFC playoffs.
A Coca-Cola tractor trailer crashed into a Pennsylvania home – CNN
A Coca-Cola tractor-trailer crashed into a Pennsylvania house on Saturday, destroying the front of the home and causing road closures.
Daily Inter Lake – Local News, Old Navy coming to North Kalispell
Old Navy plans to build a new store in North Kalispell, on the south side of Hobby Lobby at 2250 U.S. 93 North.
Iraqi Lawmakers Vote to Expel U.S. Troops as Iran Mourns a Slain General – The New York Times
The vote, after the killing of Maj. General Qassim Suleimani in a U.S. drone strike, is not final until Iraq’s prime minister signs the draft bill. But he had indicated that he would do so.
5 Reasons the Dave Matthews Band Should Be in the Hall of Fame
If the Dave Matthews Band’s legendary live concerts are any indication, a potential appearance at the Public Auditorium on May 2, 2020 in Cleveland would be epic. The group tours every year in the U.S., and often plays internationally, as well – so they’ll arrive sharp as a tack. They’ve also retained an easy sense of interplay that turns familiar songs like “#41” into these extended musical explorations. (Featured on 1996’s Crash, that tune was originally known as “41 Police” because of the reggae-tinged New Wave group’s obvious influence.)
‘Iran Cyber Security Group’ hacks US government agency as chilling image put on website | World | News | Express.co.uk
The hackers replaced the website of the Federal Depository Library Program (FDLP) with images of Iran’s supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and the Iranian flag. They titled the page “Iranian Hackers” and included a graphic of Donald Trump being punched in the face by a fist from Iran as missiles fly past. Below the President’s bleeding face were the words “hacked by Iran Cyber Security Group Hackers” and “this is only a small part of Iran’s cyber ability”.
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