Standing near a stage at Corinth Square in Prairie Village on Friday night, the KU head coach laid out, in rather clear terms, what his players expect out of the 2014 football season: “Our players expect to be playing in December.”
Dorial Green-Beckham will not be allowed to play for Oklahoma this season after the NCAA denied the school's request for a waiver that would have made the talented receiver eligible to play immediately.
In 2008, Southern Illinois University Edwardsville began its transition from Division II to Division I athletics. Today, its men's basketball games are broadcast to millions and ticket sales are at historic highs. Donations more than tripled in 2013 from five years earlier.
This “motion picture review” of MGM’s “The Wizard of Oz” appeared Sunday, Aug. 20, 1939, in The Kansas City Star. The film played a one-week exclusive engagement starting Aug. 18 at Loew’s Midland theater, 1228 Main St.
MADISON, Wisc. - Other than saying quarterbacks Tanner McEvoy and Joel Stave both deserve to play this season, Wisconsin football coach Gary Andersen has been coy about who will start the opener against LSU on Aug. 30 in Houston.
An Oklahoma City police officer arrested on charges of serial sexual assault preyed on women in the rundown neighborhoods he was assigned to patrol — picking some up off the street, pulling others over at traffic stops and in one case taking a woman to a nearby school, according to an affidavit released Friday.
LOS ANGELES - University of Southern California running back Tre Madden, who started the first six games last season, could be sidelined for the Trojans' opener against Fresno State because of a toe injury.
Missouri athletic director Mike Alden said Friday he was aware of a sexual assault allegation against a football player six years ago and that he informed the then-chancellor at MU. But MU never conducted an investigation, as required by Title IX, into the alleged rape, which became public Thursday as part of an ESPN story. “Today, I am aware of all of that,” Alden said of the mandatory-reporting requirements.
Former Missouri running back Derrick Washington denied a rape allegation that surfaced Thursday as part of an ESPN “Outside the Lines” story about deficient Title IX reporting practices at MU. “It’s very frustrating, because I thought I had moved on from that and all of this was over with,” Washington, a Raymore-Peculiar graduate, said Friday by phone.