Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self used the words pitiful, miserable, terrible, poor and out of synch to describe the Jayhawks' offense Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse.
Like many Jayhawk fans across the country Saturday, Chris Haldin and Perry Warhurst licked their wounds and dissected Kansas University's stunning home-court loss in overtime to Iowa State.
Former Jayhawks Kirk Hinrich (Chicago Bulls) and Billy Thomas (New Jersey Nets) took advantage of the NBA All-Star break to attend Saturday's game.
Christian Moody, who has been slowed by a left ankle injury the past month, now has a nasty left knee infection to deal with.
Iowa State coach Wayne Morgan knew all along -- forced to choose, he rather would have the dinged-up Curtis Stinson finish the game than start it.
Give the Kansas University women's basketball team credit. With a roster of 10 players -- only seven of whom see significant minutes -- the Jayhawks have mustered four league victories while navigating the treacherous Big 12 Conference.
Kirk Hinrich, at liberty during the NBA All-Star break, visited Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday, coincidentally with Kansas playing Iowa State.
Yale University handed Kansas University a heartbreaking 4-3 defeat in tennis Saturday.
Kansas University's track and field team sent 11 Jayhawks to the Sooner Invitational on Saturday for one final tuneup before next week's Big 12 Indoor Championships in Lincoln, Neb.
Apparently, the virtual Jayhawks were sick of it and wouldn't take any more. After the real Kansas University men's basketball team lost back-to-back overtime games last week, our virtual Jayhawks didn't let overtime even enter the minds of the Oklahoma Sooners in this week's X-Factor simulation. Kansas jumped out to an early lead and ran away with the game, defeating Oklahoma, 74-53.