David Glass witnessed the apex of his club firsthand. Glass flew from his home in Arkansas to Detroit during the middle of June, the hottest stretch of Royals baseball in 2014, a 10-game winning streak that culminated three consecutive victories over their American League Central rulers and a temporary stay in first place.
Kansas State's Tyler Lockett and Kansas' Nick Harwell were named to the Biletnikoff Award watch list. The top receiver in the nation earns the honor.
Before selecting former Kansas star Andrew Wiggins with the No. 1 overall pick in late June, the Cleveland Cavaliers also had interest in Jayhawks mens basketball coach Bill Self.
Editor’s note: This column originally appeared in The Eagle on Dec. 25, 2005.
Editor’s note: This column originally appeared on June 8, 1982, during WSU’s first College World Series appearance.
Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in The Eagle on July 17, 1981.
Derek Jeter was an elite shortstop winning World Series championships not long after many of baseball's current greats were born.
With two quick and sublimely deft touches, Mario Goetze ended Germany’s 24-year wait for another World Cup title.
The top five hitters in the Wingnuts batting order have eliminated the need to project.
It took 33 2/3 innings and nearly 12 hours of baseball for the Royals to take a lead during a four-game series with the Tigers.
Colt Knost’s last few months as an amateur golfer couldn’t have played out much better.
Life has been rapidly changing for Andrew Wiggins lately. No longer the freshman phenom at Kansas, he's now the prodigy, the No. 1 pick in the draft. He's also changing positions.
Goddard baseball coach Tom Campa thought Derek Norris could become an all-star as early as 2006, when he moved the current Oakland Athletics standout from high school third baseman to catcher.
Leading their division by eight games with an eight-game winning streak and the best record in the American Association, it seems all the Wingnuts need is a challenge. And it doesn’t get much more challenging than trying to rally in the bottom of the ninth.
Early Saturday morning, Baltimore Ravens linebacker Arthur Brown donned a fisherman’s hat and went to work. Unglamorous work at that.
NEWTON – When the sprawling Sand Creek Station Golf Course opened on Newton’s southwest side eight years ago, general manager Chris Tuohey hinted at ambitious possibilities.
Like clowns from a tiny car at the circus, fishing rods kept coming and coming from Jerry Howard’s boat. They came from stacks on each side of where he sat at the back of the 18-foot boat. Others were carefully pulled from the boat’s side, where they’d been threaded through narrow openings to rest within the craft’s hull.
No fatalities in Kansas state parks, or the reservoirs they serve, over the Fourth of July holiday weekend was the best news Linda Lanterman could hear. Second was that attendance and revenue were high.
Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in The Eagle on July 12, 2005.
Editor’s note: This story originally appeared in The Eagle on Feb. 24, 1989.