Okay, let’s get all of the bad news from this weekend out of the way first.
Did any of Saturday’s game against Tennessee look familiar, Missouri fans? The Tigers suffered another frustrating loss at the hands of
Phil Pressey the Tennessee Volunteers on Saturday. Mizzou will be the six seed in the SEC tournament that starts this week.
Kansas State had a late lead against the Oklahoma State Cowboys before things completely unraveled. The Wildcats still ended up with a share of their first Big 12 title because…
Apparently, Cory Jefferson is now an unstoppable offensive force. At least he was against Kansas on Saturday night in Baylor’s 81-58 dismantling of the Jayhawks. KU still earned a share of the Big 12 championship, their ninth straight.
Sporting Kansas City gave up two early goals to Toronto FC and couldn’t recover quick enough in a 2-1 loss at the Rodgers Centre. SKC’s home opener will be Saturday.
Now on to better news…
The Kansas women finished in second place in the NCAA Indoor Track Championship this weekend. Andrea Geubelle won the long jump and triple jump national titles on Friday night with four jumps over 45 feet.
You cannot stop the Royals, you can only hope to contain them. Kansas City pounded out 18 hits in a 17-11 win over Albert Pujols and the Angels. Jeff Francoeur, Billy Butler, and Chris Getz each had three hit.
Central Missouri and Emporia State left Kansas City with MIAA championships on Sunday.
The Kansas City Star has released their all-conference teams as well as their player of the year awards.
Richard Deitsch explains how Fox Sports One intends to compete with ESPN.
Canada and Mexico got into a brawl in the World Baseball Classic. The IOC was not impressed.
Finally, you will not be able to watch this video enough: