Kansas State held No. 2 Baylor to its lowest point total of the season, rushed for a season-high 258 yards, quarterback Joe Hubener had his best game in a month and it still wasn’t good enough Thursday night.
With his tongue squarely in his cheek and a smirk on his face, Deante Burton delivered some difficult news to the Kansas State faithful after Thursday night’s 31-24 loss to Baylor at Bill Snyder Family Stadium.
Tasked with slowing down the nation’s top offense, the Wildcats kept Baylor to a season low in points, though still lost 31-24.
Riding a three-match winning streak, the Kansas State volleyball team welcomes Texas Tech to Manhattan looking for a series sweep.
Heading into Saturday's second round of the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic, the Kansas men's golf team will look to climb up on the leaderboard after finishing in 14th place after the first round of the event.
Kansas women's tennis opened the Texas Tech Invitational with six wins on Friday at the McLeod Tennis Center. KU picked up four wins in singles and a pair of victories on doubles courts
Game Notes // Kansas women's basketball wraps up its exhibition slate with Emporia State on Sunday, Nov. 8 at 2 p.m., inside Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks and Hornets meet for the ninth time in program history. The matchup is the second and final exhibition game for KU before tipping off the season on Nov. 15 with Texas Southern. Sunday's game will be broadcast on the Jayhawk Television Network/ESPN3 and the Jayhawk Radio Network.
No. 10 Kansas volleyball (21-1, 9-1 Big 12) hits the road for a rematch against Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon in Norman. The Jayhawks, entering the weekend ranked in the top-10 for the fifth consecutive week, have won the last two meetings against the Sooners (8-13, 2-7) and will need another win to remain in a tie for first-place in the Big 12 standings with No. 5 Texas (20-2, 10-1). The match can be followed on the Jayhawk Radio Network through KUAthletics.com/radio or on the radio at KWOD-AM 1660 in Lawrence.
Coming off its second victory and fifth top-five placing of the fall season, the Kansas men's golf team travels to Lahina, Maui, Hawaii to participate in the Ka'anapali Collegiate Classic on Nov. 6-8.
As the Wildcats look toward a second exhibition on Friday against Fort Hays State at 7 p.m. in Bramlage Coliseum, they look to take another step forward.