Plagued by injuries throughout his first three seasons with the program, Kansas senior Udoka Azubuike enters his senior season as the cream of the crop in the Big 12 Conference. By Matt Tait
The Kansas women’s golf team fought the tough course and competition to finish ninth place at the Palmetto Intercollegiate in Kiawah Island, South Carolina Tuesday afternoon.
The third offensive coordinator Les Miles has hired since taking over the Kansas football program in November of 2018, Brent Dearmon’s contract could keep the recently promoted senior offensive consultant with the Jayhawks through the 2025 season. Dearmon’s first two years — which include the remainder of this season, and all of the 2020 and 2021 seasons — are guaranteed and will pay him $250,000 each of those years. By Benton Smith
Longtime friendship between new KU commitment Tyon Grant-Foster and current Jayhawk Christian Braun helped lead the juco standout to Kansas. By Matt Tait
Both before and after his Kansas football team’s midseason bye week, head coach Les Miles spoke of the importance of self scouting during the Jayhawks’ relative downtime. However, as often is the case with Miles, he didn’t allow outsiders much of a peek behind the curtain in terms of how this past week’s practices benefited KU’s defense. By Benton Smith
Kansas goalkeeper Sarah Peters was named the Big 12’s Co-Defensive Player of the Week by the league office Tuesday morning.
A former University of Kansas track and field athlete who was part of the U.S. Olympic team for the 2012 games in London was arrested in Lawrence early Tuesday morning.
Sera Tadokoro powered the Kansas women’s golf team with consistent shooting and helped move the Jayhawks to 11th place in the standings on day two of the Palmetto Intercollegiate in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
Whether it was shortcomings with his game plans, individual instruction or in-game play-calling — or some other reason — that cost former Kansas football offensive coordinator Les Koenning his job, head coach Les Miles didn’t choose to share that information Monday afternoon, during his first press conference since firing Koenning. By Benton Smith
Carter Stanley doesn’t consider himself a skilled basketball player. The senior Kansas quarterback has spent most of his time since about eighth grade focusing his athletic conquests on football, after all. During the past week, though, when Stanley runs the Jayhawks’ offense in practices, under the guidance of new coordinator Brent Dearmon, the QB can picture himself as a distributor on the hardwood. By Benton Smith
The Kansas men’s golf team placed second at the Big 12 Match Play Championship at the Houston Oaks Golf Club in Houston, Texas on Sunday.
The Kansas women’s golf team fell behind a competitive field Saturday afternoon on a tough Turtle Point Golf Course during day one of the Palmetto Intercollegiate in Kiawah Island, South Carolina.
More than 100 minutes was not enough to separate the Kansas Jayhawks and No. 14 Texas Tech Red Raiders as the two squads played to a 0-0 draw Sunday afternoon at John Walker Soccer Complex.
Ahead of the Kansas football team’s midseason bye week, the offense didn’t perform at a high enough level against Oklahoma to satisfy the Jayhawks. But they at least saw running back Pooka Williams start to look like his old self again. By Benton Smith
While he was brought in specifically to give the Jayhawks a serious outside shooting threat, senior grad transfer Isaiah Moss believes the Kansas lineup has more firepower than people may realize. By Matt Tait
After two days and four rounds, the Kansas men’s golf team will await the final round of pool play of the Big 12 Match Play Championships at the Houston Oaks Golf Club on Sunday in Houston, Texas.
It was senior day for the Kansas swimming and diving team on Saturday as part of the second day of the Kansas Double Dual meet against South Dakota and Missouri State. The team sent a strong message by winning both matchups in convincing fashion with a 261-87 win over South Dakota and a 244-101 victory over Missouri State inside Robinson Natatorium.
It was January, and Andrew Parchment didn’t have Timberlands, snow boots, nor anything of the sort. So he put on a pair of slides over some socks and trudged from the student apartments over to KU’s football facility in order to sharpen his skills. Comfortably the Jayhawks’ leading receiver at the midway point of the season, Parchment thinks the time he invested in himself shortly after joining the program this past winter as a junior college transfer paid off. By Benton Smith
Those that have played for Brent Dearmon have become all too familiar with one particular bible verse. “No one can serve two masters.” Shane Jackson
Believe it or not, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self is already talking about playing zone defense. By Matt Tait
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