adidas red KU basketball game is sold out
Sunday’s Mizzou KU basketball game is sold out
Tickets to Sunday’s Missouri Kansas Showdown for Relief exhibition basketball game in Kansas City sold out within minutes of going on sale Tuesday. The Sprint Center announced Tuesday that the game has completely sold out. Virgin Islands. and sold out at 2:10, the school announced. Student tickets were gone in two minutes. tipoff, will not be televised, according to the agreement decided on by both schools. The game will be broadcast on Mizzou’s radio affiliates around the state, including KTRS 550 AM in St. Louis. (Dave Matter)
Irish get QB back No. 13 Notre Dame will have quarterback Brandon Wimbush ready for Saturday’s home game against No. 11 Southern California.
Coach Brian Kelley says Wimbush is “100 percent” after missing the win over North Carolina two weeks ago because of a foot injury.
Last weekend’s open date allowed Wimbush to heal. Wimbush completed 52.3 percent of his passes for 782 yards and six touchdowns with two interceptions in the first five games for Notre Dame (5 1). He was second on the team to Josh Adams with 402 yards rushing and a team leading eight TDs on the ground.
Kelly says senior linebacker Greer Martini, who is third on the team in tackles, is day to day with a knee injury for the game against the Trojans (6 1).
Other college football Auburn wide receiver Kyle Davis has been dismissed from the team. Coach Gus Malzahn announced the decision Tuesday, saying only that Davis broke team rules. . Two key starters, defensive tackle Trenton Thompson and wide receiver Terry Godwin, have returned to practice for No. 3 Georgia during its bye week.
Pitino sues Adidas Former Louisville coach Rick Pitino is suing Adidas and says the sportswear maker “outrageously conspired” to funnel money to the family of a Cardinal recruit without his knowledge.
Pitino’s lawsuit comes a day after Louisville’s Athletic Association fired him for cause after acknowledging the program’s involvement in a national federal bribery investigation of college basketball. Ten people, including an Adidas executive, were arrested in the probe, but Pitino is not named in the federal complaint.
Hours after his firing Monday, Adidas terminated its personal services agreement with Pitino.
The coach’s lawsuit states that Adidas’ activities made it appear he was aware of the practices and says, “That could not be further from the truth.” Pitino’s suit seeks a jury trial along with compensatory and punitive damages. to play England The United States will play England in soccer on Saturday in Goa, India, in the quarterfinals of the Under 17 World Cup.
England advanced Tuesday by defeating Japan 5 3 on penalty kicks after a 0 0 tie.
Nya Kirby, who left Tottenham’s youth system this year for Crystal Palace, scored the decisive spot kick.
Sharapova loses in first round Maria Sharapova was beaten by Magdalena Rybarikova 7 6 (3), 6 4 in the first round of the Kremlin Cup in Moscow. Sharapova won the Tianjin Open last weekend.
Nadal out of Swiss event Top ranked Rafael Nadal has withdrawn from the Swiss Indoors tennis tournament next week to rest his injured right knee.