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The Week in the Big 12: Kansas in Familiar Territory

Much has been made about the Kansas Jayhawks struggles this season. Three home losses, two in Allen Fieldhouse, and an almost hard-to-believe lack of depth in the frontcourt have shocked many fans, who have become accustomed to seeing Kansas win the conference year after year. 658 more words

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Mixed Emotions

Let me be the first to wish you a happy Ditch New Year’s Resolution Day. A day when a large number of people abandon their New Year’s resolutions but if you’re like me you didn’t make one so you’ve been living the good life. 372 more words

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Oklahoma Sooners Downed By Kansas State 87-69

Bramlage Coliseum has been a difficult place to play for the Oklahoma Sooners under the direction of Lon Kruger. On Tuesday, the program hoped to change the narrative by securing their first win over the Kansas State Wildcats in Manhattan since 2012. 286 more words

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Kansas State routs Oklahoma as Trae Young held in check

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Barry Brown missed a potential game-winner at Kansas last weekend, an off-balance shot he was never supposed to take, and spent the next couple days ruing the missed opportunity. 932 more words

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KU vs. KSU Live Stream: How To Watch NCAA Men's College Basketball Game Online

This Saturday, get ready to see Kansas take on…Kansas? Okay, Kansas State Wildcats and the Kansas Jayhawks are facing off for a basketball game and we have all that you need to watch the game live! 249 more words

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Saban vs. Osborne vs. Snyder: NO CONTEST!

For those who have been buried under a rock today, Alabama is the champion of major college football AGAIN.

The Crimson Tide won its fifth title in nine seasons last night, rallying from a 13-point deficit to defeat Southeastern Conference rival Georgia 26-23 in overtime. 1,590 more words

Texas Women Use Second-Half Surge To Beat Kansas State 75-64

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) – For the first 15 minutes, Kansas State gave Texas all the No.8 Longhorns could handle.

Then Lashann Higgs knocked down a three from the corner to give Texas the lead and the Longhorns never looked back. 500 more words

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