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There were a record 90 total touchdowns in the 14 NFL games Sunday, six by the Chiefs in their 45-10 triumph at Washington. What made the record so astounding were the frightful weather conditions at most of the games. But footing was not an issue for the Chiefs, whose equipment manager Allen Wright changed his players’ cleats for longer ones before the game.
Did Jamaal Charles play too long Sunday? Charles, the Chiefs’ biggest offensive weapon, picked up 17 and 33 yards on his final two attempts in the 45-10 win at Washington. The Chiefs ran one more play, and that was the end of the third quarter with the Chiefs leading 38-10.
The working plan for putting together the Royals’ rotation, two weeks prior to Christmas, is to give a long spring look to Luke Hochevar and Wade Davis for the final two slots. Either Hochevar, Davis or both could return to the bullpen if any of the club’s three young starters — Danny Duffy, Yordano Ventura and Kyle Zimmer — pitch their way into the rotation in spring training.
Dan Quisenberrys latest chance at the Hall of Fame came up short Monday when he failed to gain sufficient support for induction by the Expansion Era committee. The 16-member panel instead cast unanimous votes for three former managers: Bobby Cox, Tony La Russa and Joe Torre.
Fans filled the Sprint Festival Plaza at Union Station from wall to wall Monday evening to help the team enjoy the Major League Soccer championship won on Saturday. To a loud reception, Sporting KC players lined the stage and passed the Philip F. Anschutz Trophy down the line, some taking a moment to kiss the cup.
Goalkeeper Jimmy Nielsen announced his retirement from soccer Monday, two days after he helped Sporting KC win its first MLS Cup since 2000. The club defeated Real Salt Lake 7-6 in penalty kicks after the two teams played to a 1-1 draw in regulation and overtime.
Kansas coach Bill Self compares Joel Embiid to a young Hakeem Olajuwon, another African center who grew up playing soccer, and Embiid appears to improve a little more each day.
Kansas fell from sixth to 13th in the latest Associated Press college basketball poll Monday after the Jayhawks’ lost again on a late three-pointer last week.
Missouris athletic department announced Monday that the schools allotment of 13,500 Cotton Bowl tickets sold out in less than 10 minutes after they went on sale to the general public.
Missouri’s Michael Sam was chosen Southeastern Conference defensive player of the year Monday by the Associated Press. Sam led the SEC in sacks with 10 1/2 and tackles for loss with 18.
Throughout his time at Kansas State, Thomas Gipson has been known more for his size than his skill. K-State basketball coach Bruce Weber thinks it’s time for that to change. “Overall, he might be our best player,” Weber said of Gipson on Monday.
Kansas State put three players on the Associated Press’ All-Big 12 first team announced Monday. The Wildcats’ Tyler Lockett, who was chosen first team at receiver and all-purpose, was joined by defensive lineman Ryan Mueller, a St. Thomas Aquinas grad from Leawood, and defensive back Ty Zimmerman. Kansas running back James Sims was the Jayhawks’ lone first-team selection.
Look for Grandview, led by Tyrone Taylor, to be one of the area’s most-improved teams this season.
Blue Valley Northwest and Clayton Custer are looking to repeat as 6A champs.
Even with a two-shot lead going into the final round of a tournament he had won five times, Tiger Woods expected a fight to finish from Zach Johnson. He never could have imagined how Johnson would steal the show at Sherwood.
Parity was not the theme of the 2013 LPGA Tour season, as three players clearly distinguished themselves from the pack over the course of the campaign.
Ricky Stenhouse Jr. quickly learned an important lesson in his race with girlfriend Danica Patrick for NASCAR's rookie of the year award.
NASCAR announced sweeping changes to the Hall of Fame election process Thursday, including tweaks that make Bill Elliott and Mark Martin immediately eligible for enshrinement.
When the rare prairie chickens get on a schedule, they get predictable. And that can lead to outstanding hunting in the cropfields at the edge of vast grasslands.
A Liberty couple is worried that their deer farm might be put out of business as the Missouri Department of Conservation strives to contain Chronic Wasting Disease.
In a game where the shorthanded Kings were expected to struggle against a surging Mavericks team, Sacramento's new core made a statement to the rest of the league and perhaps its newest player, Rudy Gay.
Rudy Gay watched from a sky box seat as his new Sacramento teammates easily handled the Dallas Mavericks on Monday night.
Kemba Walker poured in 31 points and the Charlotte Bobcats staved off a comeback effort from the Golden State Warriors to come away with a 115-111 victory at Time Warner Cable Arena. Gerald Henderson added 24 points and Josh McRoberts scored 11 along with 10 rebounds and six assists as the Bobcats earned their second straight win and spoiled the homecoming of Warriors star Stephen Curry. Curry put on quite a show in defeat, with the Charlotte native racking up 43 points -- 19 of which came in the fourth quarter -- in addition to dishing out nine assists. Klay Thompson also overcame a slow start to tally 22 points for the Warriors, with David Lee posting 14 points and 16 rebounds in the loss.
Corey Perry scored two goals and captain Ryan Getzlaf extended his point streak to 12 games in the Anaheim Ducks' 5-2 victory over the spiraling New York Islanders on Monday night.
Usually at this point in the offseason, pro tennis player Melanie Oudin is putting in at least six hours a day of court time and fitness work.
Serena Williams will play Victoria Azarenka in an exhibition match in Thailand next month in a matchup of the world's top two women's players.