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Monday was a day of sightseeing for the Huskers, as the team visited the historic city of Toledo, which is located about an hour outside of Madrid.
In the ever-expanding world of positive thinking, a timeless thought is as relevant today as it ever was, especially if you ask Joe Kirby about the best advice he's ever received.
Videos Daily Video // Following a Sunday filled with worship, meetings and bowling—yes bowling, the Jayhawks returned to their normal work schedule Monday.
For the first time in a long time, Kansas volleyball won't merely face off against one another in its annual Crimson and Blue Match. On Saturday, Aug. 22, the Jayhawks will welcome a list of heavy hitters to form an alumni team to oppose the 2015 squad.
There is no Jake Waters, Tyler Lockett or Curry Sexton to bail out the Kansas State running game this season. A year ago, while the Wildcats struggled to go anywhere on the ground, they turned into one of the most prolific and efficient passing offenses in the Big 12. Now K-State ...
Lincoln, Neb.- The Nebraska football team continued its 2015 Fall Camp Monday morning as the Huskers practiced inside the Hawks Championship Center
Incoming freshmen Jordan King and Anton Stephenson took second and fourth, respectively in the all-around at the 2015 P&G Championships in the junior men's age 17-18 division over the weekend.
Tai Webster scored nine of his team-high 17 points in a 12-0 run to open the third quarter, as Nebraska began its four-game exhibition trip with a 79-64 win over Eurocolegio Casvi Sunday evening.
The Chicago Bandits, featuring former Husker All-America twins Tatum and Taylor Edwards, defeated the USSSA Pride, 1-0, on Sunday in the first game of a best-of-three series to decide the 2015 National Pro Fastpitch champion.
Kansas head football coach David Beaty took part in "KU Day at the K" Sunday evening as the Kansas City Royals helped promote Kansas Athletics at Kauffman Stadium before a nationally-televised ESPN audience.