Justin Gatlin, Allyson Felix and Maurice Greene will all be at Memorial Stadium on Saturday for the Goldzone II. But they won't be the only reasons to head to the hill this weekend. The University of Kansas wants to make it more than just a track and field meet, and that's just what the committee did by adding two pre-zone activities.
In last Friday's scrimmage, Kerry Meier answered all questions as to who will be KU's starting quarterback in 2006. The focus now shifts to the defensive side of the ball.
Kansas University defensive back Jerome Kemp, 22, and former KU running back John Randle, 21, were involved in a fight with each other shortly before 3 a.m. Saturday in an alley in the 1000 block of Kentucky Street, according to a police report released Monday.
For the fourth straight Sunday, Kodiak Quick earned the win and Don Czyz the save for Kansas University's baseball team.
Even though the 2005 Kansas University football defense gave the highlight-film editors so much to work with, the plays that trigger the biggest ovations at alumni gatherings are easy to recall.
Kassie Humphreys admitted she was surprised. Nicole Washburn raised her eyebrows, too.
Former Kansas University basketball players Keith Langford and Aaron Miles will play for the NBA Development League title Saturday.