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Despite a report indicating he'd become a candidate for the vacant athletic director job at the University of Kansas, Washington State's Pat Chun has not interviewed for the position and doesn't intend to, a source with close knowledge of the situation confirmed to The Spokesman-Review on Tuesday.
"The Farnham Flatbread," an item at the Historic Davenport's Safari Room, was renamed for ESPN analyst Sean Farnham and will raise funds for the charity Coaches vs. Cancer during March Madness.
Shantay Legans' four-year body of work at Eastern Washington has garnered notice beyond his Big Sky Conference peers. Will he get hired away?
The slow-starting Jayhawks climbed out of a 10-point second-half deficit and turned it on late, downing the Big Sky Conference power 94-83 in front of a sparse, pandemic-limited crowd.
Even before being discovered by Twitter and TBS on Saturday, Tanner Groves had a whole file on his various doppelgangers.
David McCormack piled up 22 points and nine rebounds, helping slow-starting Kansas rally from a 10-point second-half deficit and beat No. 14 seed Eastern Washington 93-84 on Saturday to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament.
David McCormack returned from his COVID-19-caused hiatus just in time to rescue No. 3 seed Kansas. One day after rejoining the Jayhawks in Indianapolis, the bruising big man piled up 22 points and nine rebounds, helping slow-starting Kansas rally from a 10-point second-half deficit and beat No. 14 seed Eastern Washington 93-84 on Saturday to advance to the second round of the NCAA Tournament. — Associated Press
Kansas junior David McCormack's size and presence can alter games, especially on the defensive end of the floor.
The stage is rare, but the task isn't completely foreign for Eastern Washington.
Kansas junior basketball forward David McCormack, who had been in COVID-19 quarantine in Lawrence, Kansas, for more than a week, joined his teammates in Indianapolis on Friday morning, KU coach Bill Self confirmed to The Kansas City Star.
Ali Farokhmanesh wasn't intimidated by Kansas.
The final horn had blown, but the buzzing in Tara Groves’ lap had just begun.
Before lively Eastern Washington coach Shantay Legans' band of deep-shooting commodities enjoyed the distinction of NCAA Tournament team, just two previous Eagles squads saw their logo flash across the screen on Selection Sunday.
Kansas coach Bill Self confirmed on Sunday that he was without three players and, according to reports, two of the current absences are substantial.
Four months before Kansas guard Mario Chalmers' jumper sent the Jayhawks to overtime and eventual national championship game win over Memphis, he was tasked with a lighter duty: a new-look EWU team.
Quick, name a time a college sports program that’s crammed more forms of rotten news into one week than Kansas.
Salvador Perez and Adalberto Mondesi each arrived at spring training a year ago after significant surgeries, and they spent the time leading up to the COVID-19 pause wondering whether they would be ready for opening day.
Marty Schottenheimer’s NFL coaching career was as remarkable as it was flummoxing.
The Kansas City Chiefs were so confident in their Super Bowl-winning roster from the 2019 season that they did everything they could to bring it back intact, signing quarterback Patrick Mahomes and defensive tackle Chris Jones to huge deals and reworking other contracts to make the numbers fit in the salary cap. It almost worked, too.
Tom Brady’s coming back. So is Bruce Arians. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers are already thinking about what it’ll take to repeat as Super Bowl champions. The challenge begins with trying to keep some key components together for next season.