Kansas University men's basketball assistant coach Tim Jankovich is one of several coaches in the running for the UTEP head basketball coaching job.
Roy Williams waited and waited for his turn. Sitting outside closed doors at a Kansas City hotel, Kansas University's new men's basketball coach just wanted to let the NCAA Committee on Infractions know how it was going to be under his watch.
Graham Harrell drops back quickly, wheels to his left and zips a screen pass to an inside receiver. Seconds later, Chris Todd lines up and fires the exact same pass with equal sharpness.
Preparing for a photo shoot, linebacker Joe Mortensen answered questions in his blue No. 8 jersey, which he changed symbolically from No. 37 for the 2006 season.
The Kansas University women's golf team will tee off next season with the Kansas Women's Golf Association Amateur champion, two participants at the U.S. Women's Amateur and one All-Big 12 Conference golfer.
For more than 50 years, Al Frame was the only Kansas University cross country runner to win back-to-back conference championships - in 1954 and 1955. Benson Chesang added his name to that list last year.
As one star in the shot put leaves the Kansas University track and field squad, another one begins to shine bright - though the one leaving is one of the brightest ever to don a Kansas uniform.
Gary Woodland hopes he won't have to walk alone again this year.
With 11 new swimmers and two new divers, the Kansas University swimming and diving team will look different this season.
Kansas University rowers will look to build off a season that produced wins over Texas and Kansas State - the only other Big 12 universities that field rowing teams.
Kansas University men's basketball coach Bill Self continued his stellar recruiting ways last school year, adding two McDonald's All-Americans to the roster.
After a full year of playing "under the radar," Kansas University's men's basketball team will be in everybody's field of vision this season.
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If you want South Florida's answer, look to the Hills. All three of them.
Starting under center, Toledo won't be the same football team Kansas University routed, 63-14, back in 2004.
Surprisingly, Kansas University and Louisiana-Monroe have a few ties within their football programs.
After its most successful season in recent years, the Kansas University tennis team has realistic hopes of reaching the NCAA Tournament in 2007.
Kansas University will open its season Sept. 2 with an NCAA Division I-AA foe, and while that usually points to a sure victory, that's hardly the case when you consider the opponent.
Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard has the bodies this year. Now he just needs a little luck.
Caroline Smith was the scoringest soccer player in Kansas University history, but her four years are up and it's time for the Jayhawks to move on.
Kansas University defensive coordinator Bill Young is banking on the innocent - and praying for the injury gods to look away - if he wants the 2006 season to work out.
Serena Settlemier is playing as a professional. So is shortstop Destiny Frankenstein. Second baseman Jessica Moppin has been working with the Russian national team.
Ritch Price has elevated the Kansas University baseball program where he wants it to be.
David Lawrence swears his daily routine won't change.
Chris Piper, a four-year letter-winner who played forward on Kansas University's 1988 national-championship basketball team, will replace Max Falkenstien as analyst on Jayhawk radio broadcasts next season.
The representation is unmatched - further giving credence to the theory the Big 12 Conference is college football's most powerful league.
Really, Kansas University running back Jon Cornish was no different than any gifted playmaker coming off a high school football field.
The 1966 football season was a great one for Lawrence High, a lousy one for six former Lions. They were on the Kansas University roster but sometimes wished they were back home enjoying the delights of LHS success.
Bonnie Henrickson only knows one way to approach a season in which half of her scholarship players will be freshmen.