Thursday, November 26, 2015         


Jayhawks win 92-73 over UCLA at Maui Invitational

By Brian McInnis
It might just look like Perry Ellis is 40 years old, and seem as if the Kansas forward has been plying his trade in Lawrence for the past decade or so. It’s true Ellis has been a Jayhawk for a while, and one of the team’s most recognizable faces on the national stage for his strong all-around play — but only for the past four years.

UNLV opens it up on Chaminade

By Brian McInnis
Like a show on the Las Vegas strip, Chaminade’s smoke and mirrors kept UNLV engaged for about an hour. Then the Runnin’ Rebels had seen enough.

UH not giving up, will play its best players to the end

By Stephen Tsai
A football adage is the most popular players are the backups. Even though the University of Hawaii football team is approaching the final game of a season to nowhere, don’t expect seldom-used players to be called to duty for Saturday’s game against Louisiana-Monroe.

’Bows to take sharing show on the road

By Jason Kaneshiro
As the season of giving approaches, the University of Hawaii basketball team’s generosity has contributed to the Rainbow Warriors’ hot start. UH enters its first road trip of the season at 4-0 and as the top scoring team among Big West schools at 84 points per game.

On the path to greatness

By Billy Hull
Marcus Mariota has owned the front page of the local sports section for the past year. In the past 12 months, the Saint Louis graduate won the Heisman Trophy, led the Oregon Ducks to the title game of the first College Football Playoff, was taken second overall in the NFL Draft, and became the starting quarterback for the NFL’s Tennessee Titans.

Snuka sets Arizona’s all-time digs mark

By Billy Hull
Snuka sets Arizona’s all-time digs mark • Grugier-Hill earns second first-team nod • Around the Nation

Wake Forest upsets No. 13 Indiana in a rude awakening

By Brian McInnis
Welcome to Maui, Wake Forest. And welcome back to you, Danny Manning. The Demon Deacons announced their presence loudly in their Valley Isle debut Monday, channeling the play of their college legend of a head coach in a rousing 82-78 upset of No. 13 Indiana in the first round of the Maui Jim Maui Invitational.

Kansas routs Chaminade

By Brian McInnis
It wasn’t exactly the kind of history Chaminade wanted to make. The Division II host of the Maui Jim Maui Invitational tried to stare down No. 5 Kansas in Monday’s first round, but instead ended up staring down the barrel of a 51-point rout.
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