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oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

If De Sousa really wanted to disrespect the man, instead of standing over him after he blocked his shot he should have helped him up. That adds insult to injury. That sends a stronger message and punctuates the idea of winning with class whereas KSU plays the role of the sore loser. If he had done this, today everybody would be laughing at this clown who tried to steal the ball with 5 seconds left and got what was coming to him. It would have been the number 1 play on Sports Center. Instead KU lowers itself to KSU's level and gets another black eye.

Anyone who disagrees with Pollard should ask themselves one question: if De Sousa had it to do over again, would he have done it the same way? Pollard is spot on.

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

Step aside, Mizzou.

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

It would be interesting if someone kept these stats and created rankings based on the highest rate of retaining early commits. I'd bet schools like Alabama and OU would be at the top around 90% while our beloved Jayhawks would be down around 67%.

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

By having Snoop Dog perform (and knowing full-well what was going to take place--and yes, they moved the performance to the end of the night for just that reason) they got to update their image to a younger generation in this brave new world. By apologizing afterwards, they get to appear magnanimous to an older generation who took them at their word when this event was billed as a "family atmosphere." Best of both worlds. Everybody's satisfied in the end.

No, KU and the "two white dudes" are not stupid.

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

Looks like the PAC-10 just became relevant again. What could KU possibly say to a 5 star athlete to compete against this?

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

We would have lost that game last year. The difference was coaching. We didn't have the head-scratching timeouts or delays of game from late plays coming in. Furthermore, there was a calm on that last drive that we just didn't see last year. Part of that was Carter Stanley being the competitor we know he is, but that calm resonated from Coach Miles and was good to see. It was like he wasn't worried. On a different note, Parchment is a beast! He and Charlot make a pretty good WR duo. I can't wait to see what our offense looks like next when we get Pooka back now.

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

So we did much better in the turnover department this time around. I wonder what we can attribute that to?

On Postgame Report Card: Kansas 64, K-State 49

Posted 26 February 2019, 9:29 a.m. Suggest removal

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

In my opinion, OL is our greatest need. I am scratching my head at this too.

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

If I par one hole on my local course, I do a happy dance. This girl just parred a hole on a PGA golf course (coming out of the bunker, no less!) with thousands of fans watching! Clutch player!

oklahawk58 (Anonymous) says...

Robert is right. This is a quote from an article yesterday. If this information is true, then KU hasn't yet taken the first step, but it sounds as if they are about to.

"When reached by the Journal-World last month for clarity in De Sousa’s case, an NCAA spokesperson said that NCAA rules require KU to first rule the player ineligible, then submit a request for reinstatement before the NCAA can even begin to review the case."