Jayhawk cornerbacks Chris Harris, Jr., and Aqib Talib added another ring to their collections as they helped lead the Denver Broncos to a win in Super Bowl XLIX Sunday evening.
Kansas came out on top of several back-and-forth battles in singles play to post a 4-1 win against Colorado Sunday afternoon in the Jayhawk Tennis Center.
Kansas (19-4, 7-3) plays host to West Virginia 19-4, 8-2) in a battle for the Big 12 lead Tuesday, at 6 p.m. (Central) on ESPN2.
When No. 1 Oklahoma threatened to make a comeback at Bramlage Coliseum, Kansas State’s most experienced player stepped up to take charge.
Kansas State’s offensive struggles continued Saturday, as the Wildcats failed to break 50 points in a 64-44 loss at WVU Coliseum. It was the lowest point total of the season for the Wildcats (14-8, 4-7 Big 12), who have now lost three straight games.
Big 12 presidents and chancellors came to one agreement Friday: While working through the possibility of a football championship game, expansion and a league-wide television network, they are going to defer comments to Commissioner Bob Bowlsby.
For just the third time this season, Kansas State mixed up its starting rotation. This time, that included taking both Dean Wade and Justin Edwards out of the starting five.
After losing the doubles point in a tiebreaker, as well as dropping the first two singles matches, the Kansas State women’s tennis team erased a 3-0 deficit and came back to beat Colorado, 4-3, on Friday at Body First Wellness and Recreation Center.
RESULTS | Three Jayhawks entered the school's all-time top-10 800-meter charts while senior Casey Bowen notched another victory in the pole vault as Kansas track & field concluded its weekend at the Husker Invitational Saturday inside the Bob Devaney Sports Center. Bowen posted the nation's sixth-highest pole vault mark of the season, while junior Whitney Adams' career best in the 800 meters moved her among the top-25 in the NCAA ranks.
Box Score // Three double-digit scoring efforts including a career-high afternoon for freshman guard Aisia Robertson weren't enough for Kansas to mount an upset over No. 4 Baylor, as the Lady Bears defeated the Jayhawks, 81-49, Saturday inside the Ferrell Center.