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Keller Deals, but KC Unable to Top Tribe in Loss

Royals.comSeptember 6, 2018

CLEVELAND -- Royals rookie right-hander Brad Keller was very good again on Wednesday afternoon. But Cleveland's Corey Kluber was better. Keller and Kluber locked up in a pitchers' duel in the series finale at Progressive Field, and the Indians came out victorious, 3-1, in the rubber game. Keller knew going in that he couldn't make many mistakes. "You just try to keep your team in the game...

Three Big Monday Appearances Highlight Big 12 Schedule

K-State Athletics ReleaseSeptember 5, 2018

MANHATTAN, Kan. – Three marquee matchups on ESPN’s Big Monday, along with five Saturday home games, including each in the last four weeks of the regular season, highlight the Big 12 Conference portion of the Kansas State men’s basketball schedule released today (September 5). The Big 12 season tips off on Wednesday, January 2 when K-State hosts Texas at 8 p.m., CT and ends on Saturday, Ma...

Four ESPN Big Mondays No Surprise as Kansas Completes 2018-19 Schedule

KU Athletics ReleaseSeptember 5, 2018

LAWRENCE, Kan. - For the 13th year in a row Kansas men's basketball will be featured four times on ESPN Big Monday, according to the 2018-19 Big 12 Conference schedule released by the Conference Wednesday. And for the 27th-consecutive season, dating back to 1992-93, every game on the Kansas men's basketball schedule will be televised. Kansas will have 31 of its 33 contests televised on the ESPN...

Duffy’s Year Likely Over After Injury Recurs in Loss

Royals.comSeptember 5, 2018

CLEVELAND -- Seven batters and 26 pitches into Tuesday's 9-3 loss to Cleveland, Royals left-hander Danny Duffy's night was finished because of an injured left shoulder. After the game, Duffy made it pretty clear that the rest of his season was over, too. "I'd assume I'm done for the season," Duffy said. "Not even 'assume' -- they're going to shut me down for sure. It's nothing we need to con...

AUDIO: K-State Weekly Football Press Conference

Pat StrathmanSeptember 4, 2018

Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder and select players met with members of the media Tuesday at the Vanier Family Football Complex to preview Saturday’s contest against No. 18 Mississippi State.

AUDIO: Beaty Previews Central Michigan at Week Two Presser

Pat StrathmanSeptember 4, 2018

Kansas football coach David Beaty previewed week two opponent Central Michigan on Tuesday at his weekly press conference at the Anderson Family Football Complex.

Junis Dominates as Royals Win Sixth Straight

Royals.comSeptember 3, 2018

CLEVELAND -- Royals right-hander Jakob Junis continues to look like the dominant pitcher he was early this season. One start after tossing his first career complete game, Junis handled the American League Central-leading Indians in Monday's 5-1 win at Progressive Field. Junis tossed seven shutout innings, giving up just two singles. The Royals extended their season-high winning streak to six...

K-State’s Zuber Named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week

KSU Athletics ReleaseSeptember 3, 2018

MANHATTAN, Kan. – With an 85 yard punt-return touchdown that changed the momentum of the game in addition to a 10 yard game-winning touchdown reception, Kansas State junior Isaiah Zuber was named Big 12 Special Teams Player of the Week, the conference office announced Monday. It was Zuber’s first-career player of the week honor and the 49th by a Wildcat since 2011 to rank second the Big 12....

Lopez turns in best start for KC in sweep of O’s

Royals.comSeptember 3, 2018

KANSAS CITY -- This is the Jorge Lopez that the Royals wanted to see. Lopez, the rookie right-hander acquired from Milwaukee in the Mike Moustakas trade, turned in his finest outing of the season, and his longest, going seven innings and giving up just one run in the Royals' 9-1 win over the Orioles on Sunday at Kauffman Stadium. The Royals swept the Orioles and have won a season-high five s...

KWU Handles Texas Wesleyan in Season Opener

Pat StrathmanSeptember 2, 2018

In the past two years, Kansas Wesleyan started slowly in the season opener. That maybe was the case for the first 29 minutes of the first half against Texas Wesleyan. Then the Coyotes didn't look back. Junior tailback Demarco Prewitt ran for over 100 yards, junior quarterback Johnny Feauto threw four touchdowns, and the No. 21 Coyotes whipped the Rams in downtown Fort Worth, Texas, 42-7. ...




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