Kansas Dad Gets Head Tattoo Resembling Son's Brain Tumor ScarThe father of a Kansas boy who was self-conscious about scarring following brain cancer surgery has got a tattoo that resembles his son's scar on the side of his head.
Must-See Sites Along Route 66A look at five must-see sites along one of America's most famous highways -- Route 66
Shockers Beat Jayhawks 78-65 In NCAA Tournament ShowdownBehind another steady performance from Fred VanVleet and the hot shooting of Evan Wessel, the No. 7 seed Shockers rolled past the second-seeded Jayhawks 78-65 on Sunday, earning a trip to the Sweet 16 at the expense of the school that has caused them so much chagrin.
Kentucky Stays Atop AP Poll; Seton Hall Slips To No. 24With a national-best six ranked teams, the Big 12's conference race is having an every-week impact on the AP Top 25.
Shootings At Kansas Jewish Center, Retirement Community Prompt Increased Security Around New YorkAuthorities say three people died in a shooting at a Jewish community center and retirement community, and two were shot at but not injured.
Five Things: NCAA Tournament Bids And Wichita’s PerfectionIn the major conferences, Florida completed an undefeated regular season in the SEC and Cincinnati and Louisville tied atop the American.
Rising Star: Kansas Guard Naadir TharpeThe 5’11” Tharpe is averaging 30 minutes, 8.9 points, and 5.1 assists per game while shooting 45 percent from the field, 39 percent from deep, and 82 percent from the line.
Rothstein: Monday Morning College Hoops Notebook; Virginia, Arizona State & MoreThe Cavaliers have lost one game in 2014 and it was a four-point defeat against Duke at Cameron Indoor Stadium. This team is very much a threat to both Syracuse and Duke at the top of the ACC.
Rothstein: Monday Morning College Hoops Notebook; Cooley Rallies Friars & MoreThe Friars are now legitimately in the NCAA picture after five consecutive victories including wins over Creighton and Xavier.
Rothstein: Monday Morning College Hoops Notebook; Mizzou, UMass & MoreMissouri's perimeter triumvirate of Jordan Clarkson, Jabari Brown, and Earnest Ross wasn't mentioned in the same breath at the start of the season with the back courts at UConn, Memphis, Louisville and Oklahoma State, but that will all change moving forward.
Rothstein: This And That Around NCAA Basketball; Kansas' Most Consistent Player & MoreWayne Selden doesn't enter next season with the cache of fellow freshmen Andrew Wiggins or Joel Embiid, but he's more than capable of having a big time first year in Lawrence.
Rothstein: Revised Early Top 25 For The 2013-14 College Basketball SeasonKentucky is back, and in a major way.