Things are not getting any better for Bonnie Henrickson's team. Last night the Jayhawks dropped their ninth game in eleven tries. This time to Nebraska at Allen Fieldhouse. Wednesday night set back will not help the ladies get back in the locker room. Since falling to Colorado on February 1, Jayhwaks have only been allowed in the locker room before games and not before or after practices.
Christian Moody wants another chance to beat Missouri. Asked on Wed. whether or not he would like to be put on the free throw line on Saturday in a tie game with .4 seconds on the clock, and Christian responded by saying he would love to have that opportunity again.
Thursday the Kansas Board of Regents announced the name of KU's future football facility at Memorial Stadium. The name the Anderson Family football complex, in addition the field inside Memorial Stadium will be known as Kivisto Field.
This weekend's mission for the Kansas Baseball team, "back it up." Last weekend Ku knocked off 8th ranked Stanford twice in Palo Alto. This weekend at the Public Storage Classic in L.A. the Jayhwaks will take on two more ranked teams.
Collegebaseballinsider.com on Wednesday named Kansas University senior outfielder Gus Milner its Co-National Player of the Week. On Tuesday, Milner also was named Big 12 Conference player of the week.
Here's hoping Missouri steps up to the plate and crushes a tape-measure shot when it hires a coach to replace Quin Snyder, who already has been replaced on an interim basis by Melvin Watkins.
Anybody remember December? Anybody recall when Kansas University's women's basketball team was the talk of the town following a 12-0 start?
Kansas battled Nebraska to seven ties and 13 lead changes Wednesday night at Allen Fieldhouse, but eventually it was the Jayhawks who fell, losing their six games in seven tries in a 65-57 defeat at the hands of the Cornhuskers.
Since Kansas' overtime loss in Columbia earlier this season, the Jayhawks have been on a streak, tearing through opponents. Things haven't gone so well for the Tigers, who have only won once since and have lost their coach in the process.
Seeking redemption, Kansas University senior Christian Moody hopes he's sent to the free-throw line with :04 left on the clock with KU and rival Missouri deadlocked on Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse.
It wasn't without a little bit of 11th-hour sweating. But Kansas University completed its 2006 football schedule Wednesday and, really, got exactly what it wanted out of its nonconference slate - three home games and a slow progression in challenge.