The Chiefs got their mojo back on Sunday. The Chiefs, taking advantage of a seemingly uninterested Washington team, snapped a three-game losing streak with a 45-10 win at FedExField.
On Sunday, the Chiefs did what any good team should: They came right out and punched a distracted opponent in the mouth.
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On one end of the court, Thomas Gipson fought his way to the rim and made a contested layup. On the other, he blocked back-to-back shots and helped his teammates score in transition. The crowd at Bramlage Coliseum, easily the largest of the season, roared in approval. That sequence didn’t go down as the decisive moment in Kansas State’s 61-58 victory over Mississippi in Thursday’s Big 12/SEC challenge, but it might have been the most important.
Despite its 59-42 loss to Auburn in the SEC championship game Saturday, Missouri remained in the top 10 of the Associated Press college football poll, dropping four spots to No. 9 on Sunday.
Auburn steamrolled Missouri for 545 yards rushing en route to a 59-42 victory in the SEC championship game Saturday at the Georgia Dome. Auburn scored seven rushing touchdowns against a Missouri defense that had only allowed 11 during the regular season.
Colorados Askia Booker hit a running three-pointer in the final seconds as the Buffaloes took down No. 2 Kansas 75-72 on Saturday afternoon in Boulder.
In the end, it didn’t really matter. Kansas freshman Andrew Wiggins missed a free throw that would have tied the game at 71-71 and given the ball back to Colorado for one final shot with 12 seconds left.
Look for Grandview, led by Tyrone Taylor, to be one of the area’s most-improved teams this season.
ACE Prep: Oliver 0, Brown 5, Vurge 9, Marshall 8, Roberson 5, Johnson 6, Flowers 20, Burns 0, Franklin 1. Totals 20 13-20 56