Chiefs receiver Dwayne Bowe pleaded guilty Wednesday in Riverside Municipal Court to amended charges of defective equipment and littering relating to his Nov. 10 arrest for marijuana possession. The city prosecutor, Amy Ashefford, said Bowe paid $610 in fines.
The 2014 NFL Draft will take place May 8-10. Here is The Star’s second projection of the first round. You can find the first version here.
Kansas State athletics director John Currie is obviously pleased with the direction of the Wildcats’ basketball program under coach Bruce Weber. On Wednesday, he awarded Weber with his second contract extension since he was hired in 2012. Both deals added a year to his contract. His new contract runs through 2019 without an increase in pay.
Women’s basketball player from Las Palmas, Spain, wanted to leave after school fired Deb Patterson as coach, but Romero said the school asked her to wait.
Missouri junior shooting guard Jabari Brown won’t be returning next season. Brown, who led the Tigers and the SEC in scoring at 19.9 points per game last season, opted to stay in the NBA Draft, the university announced Wednesday.
Missouri landed another commitment from Georgia on Wednesday when North Gwinnett tight end Daniel Imatorbhebhe committed to the Tigers. Imatorbhebhe (6-4, 220) is a three-star recruit from Suwanee, Ga., according Rivals.com, and projects as a wide receiver in college.
Montell Cozart will be the man for Kansas. Five days after Cozart earned Offensive MVP honors in the annual spring game, KU coach Charlie Weis officially named him the Jayhawks’ starting quarterback.
Myles Turner, a 7-foot prospect from Euless, Texas, will unveil his college decision in a televised ceremony on ESPNU at 4 p.m. on April 30. For now, Turner is deciding amongst a list of schools that includes Kansas, Texas, Oklahoma State, Ohio State, SMU and Duke.
Most of the time, according to his devoted daughter, Bill Freeman lives in 1951. That’s when he was a guard for the Emporia State football team, long before he started winning games as one of the most successful coaches in Kansas high school history.
Though she waited until mid-April to sign, Shawnee Mission East’s Olivia Sneed said it took just one visit to decide she wanted to go to Ohio State.