NOV 17, 2019 - STILLWATER — When Oklahoma State safety Kolby Harvell-Peel isn’t on the field during practice, you can often find him somewhere close to Jim Knowles’ ear. Harvell-Peel, an emerging star...
by: Matt Galloway — The Topeka Capital-Journal 7h
Kansas football on Saturday made a significant switch at quarterback for the first time in the Les Miles era. But the team doesn’t, the first-year KU head coach later stressed, have a full-blown controversy at the position. KU made the decision to...
by: @mswain97 — 247 Sports 8h
Here's how the Jayhawks looked on Saturday.
by: Benton Smith — KU Sports 8h
The 10th consecutive start of Carter Stanley’s final season with the Kansas football program might go down as the most frustrating one for the senior quarterback. After so often this year expressing how much he appreciated Les Miles and the coaching...
by: Sports Network — NCAA: Kansas Jayhawks 15h
Week 11 of the NFL season continues on Sunday, with four pro Jayhawks playing in the noon slate of games. In action this week are Dorance Armstrong Jr. (Dallas Cowboys), Chris Harris Jr. (Denver Broncos), Steven Sims Jr. (Washington Redskins) and...
OSU 31, Kansas 13: OSU Safety Kolby Harvell-Peel gets two interceptions for the second consecutive game
by: Frank Bonner II Tulsa World — Tulsa World 21h
STILLWATER — Oklahoma State fans were advocating for safety Kolby Harvell-Peel on Twitter as a potential Big 12 Defensive Player of the Year and All-America candidate after he had multiple
by: Jimmy GillispieCNHI Sports Oklahoma — The Enid News: OU/OSU 23h
STILLWATER — Saturday’s contest at Boone Pickens Stadium didn’t resemble a typical conference game fans in Stillwater are used to watching.
by: Jason Elmquist firstname.lastname@example.org — Stillwater News Press 15h
The day started with backup quarterback Dru Brown getting recognized by the Oklahoma State coaching staff, and ended with him getting an opportunity to play.
by: https://www.facebook.com/JenniCarlsonOK — The Oklahoman 22h
NOV 16, 2019 - Oklahoma State dominated Kansas 31-13 on Saturday, and the grades reflect the Cowboys’ control of this game from start to finish. Containing Pooka: A Kansas running back Pooka Williams...
OSU football: Les Miles not as high on Bullet now, but has high regard for Boone Pickens and his return to Stillwater
by: Dekota Gregory Tulsa World — Tulsa World 17 Nov
Les Miles, who coached OSU from 2001-04, returned to Stillwater on Saturday as KU's head coach.
by: Benton Smith — KU Sports 17 Nov
Stillwater, Okla. — Carter Stanley wasn’t injured. Nor was he demoted. But for the entire third quarter Saturday at Boone Pickens Stadium, the Kansas football team’s starting quarterback watched from the sideline.
by: @mswain97 — 247 Sports 17 Nov
Here's a look at KU football's loss to Oklahoma State.
by: Matt Galloway — The Topeka Capital-Journal 16 Nov
Les Miles has long insisted his first-year Kansas football squad would play meaningful games into November. Saturday may have been the last of those for the suddenly struggling Jayhawks. Three different KU quarterbacks threw interceptions in the team’
Didn’t get to this last night, but the Pac-12 is looking good for the playoff as long as LSU beats Georgia in the SEC title game. If the Bulldogs win, they’re in with Ohio State and Clemson, and I find it hard to believe committee puts P-12 champ over LSU.Beat Writer / Columnist
I know Jim. He wrote this at 28-3 and went to sleep.Watching Baylor go from a doormat to a college football powerhouse BACK to a doormat and now back AGAIN to a powerhouse all in the last decade is one of the most remarkable things I’ve seen in college football in my lifetime...Beat Writer / Columnist
RT @Snoopy: Celebrate @NFL International’s Game Day with Snoopy as the Los Angeles Chargers take on the Kansas City Chiefs at Azteca Stadium in Mexico City on November 18. Followed by the launch of a brand-new Peanuts collection from New Era in stores and online! (excluding the US) https://t.co/G9EZwCPMTCTV / Radio Personality
RT @BentonASmith: “It’s tough to tell if it helped me. I don’t think it really did. It was an experience.” What KU QB Carter Stanley, as well as his teammates, had to say about him getting benched in the 3rd quarter of the Jayhawks' loss at Okla. St.: https://t.co/AFk2wFuNqi #KUfballBeat Writer / Columnist
RT @TomRyleBTB: It's interesting how so many hardcore conservatives, including a lot of NCAA coaches, are so committed to a truly communistic model regarding college athletes. The players give their talents, and the "state" keeps all the proceeds. https://t.co/KQKMek5UK3Beat Writer / Columnist
Well then there’s a broken system. First fix is giving athletes the same economic rights as everyone else. Figure out the rest from there. NIL is a good way to do it because it doesn’t have to come from the school budgets.@BradyMcCollough @RexChapman B/c we can all say things out loud and make this seem like it’s such an easy process to pay these players “millions” of dollars. Now break down your math of exactly how this would work across all of college football without ruining the competitive balance and not violate title9Beat Writer / Columnist
RT @BradyMcCollough: After LSU beat ‘Bama, I drove on to Baton Rouge to see college football’s best coaching tale. It’s a Louisiana story, but even here, Ed Orgeron had to prove legions of doubters wrong. They’ve since been converted. “We’re just glad y’all didn’t hire him.” https://t.co/GiMukiyMwHBeat Writer / Columnist
Today, I’ve been called a “liberal pile” of (use imagination) and a “snowflake” because I happen to think Tua Tagovailoa should already have millions in the bank. Whatever your political leaning, why have a problem with a person being paid his worth? https://t.co/gIDG9Ma7AiBeat Writer / Columnist
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