Kansas’s Big 12 Regular Season Championship record (14 straight) may be doubtful but the win over Kansas State helps

Going into Monday night,the Kansas Jayhawks,20-7 (9-5) Big 12, had just got blown out by second place Texas Tech and Kansas State,21-6 (10-4), was easily the favorite going into their game at Allen Field House in Lawrence.Despite the great showing that Kansas made and defeating Kansas State,64-49, all Texas Tech has to do is win two of their last four games, and all Kansas State has to do is win two of their last three games to secure the first and second seeds in the Big 12 Tournament in Kansas City.I don’t see Kansas being able to jump past KSU and TTU,so I’m predicting that Kansas’s streak of fourteen consecutive Big 12 titles will be over.

Arkansas Razorbacks,Dallas Cowboys Weekly Review 8:Gafford,Hogs lose fifth straight to Texas A&M

Arkansas Forward Daniel Gafford scored twenty-three points in the 87-80 loss to Texas A&M.Arkansas falls to 14-13 and 5-9 in the SEC.

The Diamond Hogs beat USC 2-1 in games in their series in Los Angeles.

Zion’s injury overshadows spectacular win for North Carolina,88-72

Duke Forward and the number one NBA prospectZion Williamson’s shoe blew out just around a half minute in to the rivalry game between 1.Duke and 8.North Carolina which led to a grade one sprained right knee,espn reports.Carolina Forwards Luke Maye (30 pts,15 rebs), Garrison Brooks (14 pts,8 rebs) and Guard-Forward Cam Johnson (26 pts,4 assts,7 rebs) led the UNC Tar Heels to easily the best game they’ve played all season.Duke was led in scoring by Guard-Forward R.J. Barrett (33 pts).

SEC Final Class Rankings 2019

()=Overall class rank according to ESPN

1.(1) Alabama
Top three signed recruits (according to ESPN)
4.Evan Neal Bradenton,FL (IMG Academy) OT
7.Pierce Quick Trussville,AL (Hewitt-Trussville) OT
16.Trey Sanders Bradenton,FL (IMG Academy) RB

2.(2) Georgia
Top three signed recruits (according to ESPN)
2.Nolan Smith Bradenton,FL (IMG Academy) DE
14.Clay Webb Oxford,AL (Oxford) Center
24.Nakobe Dean Horne Lake,MS (Horne Lake) OLB

3.(3) Texas A&M
Top three signed recruits (according to ESPN)
3.Kenyon Green Humble,TX (Atascocita) OT
41.Brian Williams Dallas,TX (Bishop Dunne) Safety
60.DeMarvin Leal Converse,TX (Judson) DT

4.(7) LSU
Top three signed recruits (according to ESPN)
11.John Emery Destrehan,LA (Destrehan) RB
18.Derek Stingley Jr. Baton Rouge,LA (The Dunham School) CB
56.Kardell Thomas Baton Rouge,LA (Southern University Lab) OG

5.(9) Florida
Top three signed recruits (according to ESPN)
59.Kaiir Elam North Palm Beach,FL (The Benjamin School) ATH
62.Keon Zipperer Lakeland,FL (Lakeland) TE
90.Arjei Henderson Richmond,TX (Travis) WR

6.(11) Tennessee
Top three signed recruits (according to ESPN)
5.Darnell Wright Huntington,WV (Huntington) OT
9.Wanya Morris Loganville,GA (Grayson) OT

7.(12) Auburn
Top three signed recruits (according to ESPN)
8.Owen Pappoe Loganville,GA (Grayson) OLB
23.Bo Nix Pinson,AL (Pinson Valley) QB
49.Keiondre Jones Hogansville,GA (Callaway) OG

8.(17) South Carolina
20.Zacch Pickens Anderson,SC (T.L. Hanna) DE
43.Jaquaze Sorrells Winter Park,FL (Winter Park) DT
66.Ryan Hillinski Orange,CA (Orange Lutheran) QB

9.(21) Ole Miss
19.Jerrion Ealy Jackson,MS (Jackson Preparatory) RB
4.Lakia Henry Vidalia,GA (Dodge City) LB (JUCO)
216.Dannis Jackson Sumrall,MS (Summral) WR

10.(23) Arkansas
52.Hudson Henry Little Rock,AR (Pulaski Academy) TE
82.Treylon Burks Warren,AR (Warren) WR
213.Devin Bush New Orleans,LA (Edna Karr) CB

11.(24) Mississippi State
78.Nathan Pickering Seminary,MS (Seminary Attendance Center) DT
84.Charles Cross Laurel,MS (Laurel Watkins Campus) OT
135.DeMonte Russell Jackson,MS (Provine) DE

12.(33) Missouri
191.Connor Bazelak Kettering,OH (Archbishop Alter) QB
284.Jalani Williams St. Louis,MO (Parkway North) Safety
Unraked.Jack Buford Chicago,IL (Luther North) OG

13.(36) Kentucky
290.Travis Tisdale Valdosta,GA (Lowndes) RB
Unraked.Jared Casey Lousville,KY (Ballard) OLB
Unranked.JJ Weaver Louisville,KY (Moore) De

14.(62) Vanderbilt
Unranked.Afernee Orji Rockwall,TX (Rockwall) OLB
Unranked.Jayden Harrison Nashville,TN (Pearl-Cohn) WR
Unranked.Christian James Memphis,TN (Christian Brothers) DE

Arkansas Razorbacks,Dallas Cowboys Weekly Review 7:Diamond Hogs sweep first series of season

The number twleve ranked Razorbacks defeated Eastern Illinois twice in a double header on Saturday,winning game one 15-7 and game two 12-3.

Arkansas Razorbacks basketball is back to their losing ways after having leads on both Missouri and Mississippii State before losing both games.Arkansas has a 5-7 conference record now.

Jason Garrett,according to espn.com,sees “Offense taking a big step in 2019” with the hiring of Kellen Moore,a former Dallas QB,and the firing of Scott Linehan.

College Basketball Saturday Review 5:Duke out-shoots Virginia

Hot-shooting Duke defeats Virginia 81-71.Marquette edged Villanova,North Carolina survived a scare from Miami,Clemson upset Virginia Tech,Kansas defeated Oklahoma State,Ole Miss defeated Georgia,Kentucky survived a scare from Mississippi State,Arkansas lost to South Carolina,and Michigan defeated Wisconsin.

Arkansas Razorbacks,Dallas Cowboys Weekly Review 6:Arkansas back to .500 in conference play

Arkansas beat Vanderbilt on Tuesday and lost to South Carolina on Saturday but are 5-5 in the SEC,a month before Selection Sunday.

The Dallas Cowboys need to retain DE DeMarcus Lawrence in the upcoming NFL Free Agency.

Many players signed with Arkansas on Wednesday including Hudson Henry,Treylon Burks,and Jalen Cantalon to finish with a top twenty-five class nationally according to ESPN.