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Kihle gets offense rolling as Shockers beat Oral Roberts

Wichita State scored first again. And it won again.

Yordano Ventura gets first big-league win as Royals beat Astros 4-2

Yordano Ventura picked up his first big-league victory as the Royals beat the Astros 4-2 on Tuesday night in Houston. Ventura limited Houston to a pair of runs in seven innings. He struck out seven. He threw 101 pitches. It was the fifth start of his career, and yet another example of the dynamic potential that so tantalizes this organization.

At basketball banquet, K-State already looking to next season

Spring basketball banquets are a time for players and coaches to reflect on the season that was, and Kansas State did plenty of that on Tuesday, but the Wildcats also looked ahead.

Andrew Wiggins wins Danny Manning ‘Mr. Jayhawk’ Award

In the days before Kansas’ annual postseason basketball banquet, Andrew Wiggins was tipped off that he was an unofficial finalist for the program’s only award: The Danny Manning “Mr. Jayhawk” Award.

NCAA committee approves expanded meal allowance

The NCAA's Legislative Council approved a proposal Tuesday to expand the meal allowance for all athletes.

Kansas State offensive line works at plugging gaps

Kansas State’s offensive line has a problem. It is lost in transition.

Wichita State returns home for 13 of next 17

It falls to Brent Kemnitz to hand out the history lessons, now that he is the remaining Wichita State coach with 36 seasons to draw upon.

Phoenix picks Tiffany Bias in second round of WNBA Draft

Tiffany Bias didn’t spend the WNBA Draft pacing back and forth somewhere in Stillwater, Okla., waiting for her name to be called on Monday night.

Hutchinson’s Kadeem Allen named NJCAA national player of the year

Few basketball players in Hutchinson Community College history will be remembered more fondly than Kadeem Allen.

Royals relievers struggling to hold runners during 4-7 start

Only 11 games have concluded thus far, a mere sliver of the 162-game marathon, with a three-game series starting Tuesday night in Houston. But the Royals bullpen’s performance has been troubling thus far. The relievers are committing a pair of cardinal sins: They are not throwing strikes, and they are not holding runners.

Olympic great Michael Phelps ending retirement

Michael Phelps is coming out of retirement, lured back into the pool by the fun of it and the possibility of swimming at a fifth Olympics in Rio in 2016.

Point guard Devonte Graham to make visit to KU

In its ongoing search for additional options in the backcourt, Kansas will play host this weekend to Devonte Graham, one of the top available point guards in the 2014 class.

Bubba Watson wins second Masters in three years

One of golf’s most exciting players squeezed most of the drama out of the Masters on Sunday. That’s just fine with Bubba Watson.

Shockers snap eight-game skid at Evansville

Wichita State baseball coach Todd Butler sat in the first row of the bus and greeted the Shockers, most of whom hadn’t seen him since home-plate umpire Jason Stidham ejected him in the first inning.

Mistakes cost Royals dearly late in loss

In the precious seconds that cost the Royals on Sunday afternoon, the critical moments of a 4-3 defeat to Minnesota, Wade Davis committed two mistakes. One was physical. The other was mental.

Shocker report: Wichita State 13, Evansville 3

Wichita State coach Todd Butler had nothing to lose by getting ejected on Sunday. All motivational tools are on the table during an eight-game losing streak.

Elite coaching fraternity adds Wichita State’s Gregg Marshall to the club

Gregg Marshall does an impersonation of former UCLA basketball coach Jim Harrick, who is a guy who gets gold buttons on his two-button navy blue blazer.

Young Master: 20-year-old Jordan Spieth tied for lead

While older brother stood on the 18th green, ready to become the youngest 54-hole leader in the history of the Masters, Steven Spieth leaned over to three friends near the back of the gallery, throwing out a line from “Happy Gilmore.”

Gary Woodland shoots 30 on Masters front nine, then cools off

Dan Woodland walked along the ropes on the 17th hole, looking out toward his son, Gary, in the middle of the fairway. It was late on Saturday afternoon at the Masters, and the gallery had swelled, the whispers and buzz filtering through the grounds at Augusta National Golf Club.

Montell Cozart awakens KU offense at spring game

As halftime approached, the burning question was what would become of rule 5.

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