Canadas own Andrew Wiggins is one of college basketballs top prospects, and he takes centre stage on TSN this season as the network delivers complete coverage of every Kansas Jayhawks game – all the way to NCAA March Madness. Antowain Smith Jersey . Canadian hoops fans can follow Wiggins and his nationally-ranked Kansas Jayhawks every week throughout the regular season, beginning on Friday, Nov. 8. The majority of games will air live with some having same-day coverage on TSN platforms (see below for November broadcast schedule, and visit TSN.ca for the full broadcast schedule as it becomes available). "As the top prospect in basketball and now a Sports Illustrated cover star, the excitement surrounding Andrew Wiggins is soaring," said Shawn Redmond, Vice-President of Programming, TSN. "We are thrilled to bring Andrew to Canadian fans as he takes flight in the NCAA, the place where the next generation of NBA greats make their debut on the national stage." "There are many Canadian basketball fans who cant wait to watch Andrew and follow the Jayhawks this season," said Bill Self, head coach, University of Kansas Mens Basketball team. "When we have played in Canada in the pre-season, a lot of KU fans have come to see us play. Now they can watch all our games on TSN, which will be great exposure for Kansas basketball." The action tips off with Wiggins first regular season game, as the Jayhawks take on the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks. TSN2 will air the game on Friday, Nov. 8 at 9:30 p.m. ET. The schedule heats up with a clash of perennial powerhouses, as the Jayhawks square off against the Duke Blue Devils as part of the ESPN Champions Classic on Tuesday, Nov. 12 at 9:30 p.m. ET on TSN2. Along with TSNs complete regular season coverage, SportsCentre reporter Jermain Franklin will be on site at the University of Kansas Allen Fieldhouse today to deliver reports from Wiggins first appearance in a Jayhawks uniform during the teams pre-season match-up against Pittsburg State. TSN2 also delivers a string of marquee match-ups as the Jayhawks compete in the third annual Battle 4 Atlantis, an exclusive early-season tournament hosted by the Atlantis Resorts on Paradise Island in Nassau, Bahamas, and airing Nov. 28-30 on TSN2. Wiggins, a native of Vaughan, Ont., is the projected first overall selection in the 2014 NBA DRAFT, which will air live on TSN. He was ranked #1 on ESPNs 2014 NBA Mock Draft and was also the subject of a recent cover profile by Sports Illustrated, an unprecedented honour for a Canadian basketball player. The highly-touted guard brings his game to the NCAA this season after choosing to join the Kansas Jayhawks, who tied for the top spot on the Big 12 Conference pre-season coaches poll. Winners of nine consecutive Big 12 Conference regular-season championships, the Kansas Jayhawks are perennial national championship contenders. TSN is also the official Canadian broadcaster of NCAA March Madness, and will offer wall-to-wall coverage of the tournament from the opening round tipoff on March 18 all the way to the championship game on April 7, 2014, live from AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. TSNs November broadcast schedule for Andrew Wiggins and the Kansas Jayhawks is as follows: Friday, Nov. 8Kansas vs. Louisiana Monroe at 9:30pm et on TSN2 Tuesday, Nov. 12Kansas vs. Duke at 9:30pm et on TSN2 Tuesday, Nov. 19Kansas vs. Iona at 8pm et on TSN2 Friday, Nov. 22Kansas vs. Towson at 9:30pm et on TSN2 Thursday, Nov. 28Kansas vs. Wake Forest at 3:30pm et on TSN2 Cheap Patriots Jerseys . A better question yet may be this: How many times has the same player been involved in both? Morneau hit a two-run homer in the 10th inning and helped the Colorado Rockies turn the third triple play in team history as they beat the San Diego Padres 8-6 on Sunday. Duron Harmon Jersey . Maximilian Arnold put Wolfsburg ahead in the eighth minute, when the stationary Fallou Diagne allowed him to guide Patrick Ochs cross beyond the helpless Freiburg goalkeeper, and Ivica Olic doubled the lead three minutes later after Luiz Gustavo did well to set him up. VANCOUVER -- Kenny Miller made good on a pressure packed do-over to keep the Vancouver Whitecaps unbeaten. Millers goal on a penalty kick in the 58th minute gave the Whitecaps a 2-1 victory over the Houston Dynamo on Saturday. He had to re-take the spot kick, after being successful on the first one, because teammate Darren Mattocks was still in the 18-yard box when Miller put the ball into the net. "It was a little tougher when youve scored the first one, and its easy after a miss," said Miller. "But sometimes that happens. It was a little bit of encroachment there. Sometimes, the referees dont make you take it again. But I was fortunate enough to put it in." The penalty kick was awarded after Houston defender Kofi Sarkodie was called for a hand ball in the box in the 56th minute. The Whitecaps improved their record to 2-0-2 in the young season before a sellout crowd of 21,000 at B.C. Place Stadium. The Dynamo (2-1-0) suffered their first loss. "I dont think you could ask for much more (to start the season)," said Miller. He scored what proved to be the winning goal as he put the hosts ahead 2-0 with his spot kick, rolling a shot into the right corner of the net. He had put his first penalty-kick attempt over Houston goalkeeper Tally Hall. "(Miller), obviously, has got a cool head (to score on) the second penalty," said Vancouver rookie head coach Carl Robinson. "The first (penalty kick) was driving me mad. I just prayed that hed put it in, and he did. Hes a very clever player and a very cool character, so Im delighted for (Miller) but delighted for all the guys." Jordan Harvey, in the 14th minute, also scored for the Whitecaps while Ricardo Clark, in the 75th, was the lone Houston marksman. "I think we got the result we deserved," said Robinson. "But we showed a lot of heart and character in todays performance." The Whitecaps effectively negated Dynamo striker Will Bruin, who had shared the MLS scoring lead after netting three goals in his clubs first two games to start the season. "I thought we did okay. We just came out on the wrong end of the result," said Houston coach Dominic Kinnear. Harvey, a left back, gave the Whitecaps a 1-0 lead as he bounced Andy OBriens header past Hall. The assist was the first point in MLS for OBrien, a central defender, who joined the Whitecaps midway through the 2012 season. The play originated off a long cross from the left flank by Pedro Morales. "I like to think I can contribute, not just with assists and things like that," said OBrien. "But Im pleased that I could contribute on the goal." After assisting on the goal, OBrien made several timely defensive plays with some key plays and a blocked cross that he took in the groin. He lay on the ground briefly but continued to play well after. Houston started with a charge and forced Whitecaps goalkeeper David Ousted to knock a Giles Barnes header over the crossbar in the first minute. John Hannah Jersey. But that was the only attempt Houston put on net in the first half. Afterwards, aside from getting back-to-back corner kicks in the eighth minute -- the second of which Ousted leaped out to catch -- the Dynamo rarely penetrated a staunch Whitecaps defence. On the other hand, Hall was forced to make three saves in the first half, including two on Morales. The second stop on Morales came in stoppage time and prevented the Whitecaps from going into halftime with a bigger lead and considerable confidence. The Dynamo again attempted to get off to a strong start in the second half, but the Caps held them off fairly easily as Robinson switched to a diamond-shaped midfield that he had not used previously. "The system that we played today gave us more options when we had the ball," said OBrien. "It exposed the channel areas for (Mattocks) to run into, and hes not the guy that you want to be chasing with the ball a as a defender." Vancouvers penalty kick was awarded after Mattocks tried to deke Sarkodie a few yards inside the Houston box. Sarkodie fell and swept his arm out, getting a hand on the ball. Clark pulled the Dynamo within a goal as he headed home a Brad Davis free kick. But the Whitecaps managed to hold Houston off the scoreboard the rest of the way as Robinson made substitutions to keep his attackers fresh and the defenders and midfielders remained solid in their play. "Were going to concede goals, but its about how you bounce back and we didnt look (like we were) under any pressure," said Robinson. "They pushed time after time, and theyre a big, physical team, but while they were putting bigger players on, I was putting smaller players on." Morales, a 28-year-old Chilean midfielder who is in his first season with the Whitecaps, continued to draw rave reviews from his coach and teammates for his vision and passing ability. He now has a goal and two assists in his first four MLS career games. "Hes a joy to watch, he really is, and I think hes a joy to play with as well," said Robinson. "He just gives us a different dimension to our team." Notes: The Whitecaps honoured retired defender Y.P. Lee before the game. The former Korean international was presented with a photo of himself and his two children, taken prior to the final game of his career last season. Lee continues to live in Vancouver and works with the Whitecaps business operations while pursuing his education. a The game marked a rare time when a female official, Felisha Mariscal of Chula Vista., Calif., served as an assistant referee in an MLS contest. Mariscals brothers Apolinar (Polo) and Eduardo, who are twins, are also soccer officials. a Vancouver captain Jay DeMerit played the whole game a week after Robinson kept him at home to rest while the Caps earned a draw in Philadelphia. a Vancouver midfielder Gershon Koffie was solid in place of the injured Nigel Reo-Coker (concussion.) ' ' '