Some 24 hours after being publicly anointed Sports Illustrated's No. 1 team in the land, the Kansas men's basketball team falls flat on its face.
Hate is a strong word but maybe not when its the verbage used by two rival football teams describing each other.
Tonight the Jayhawk women were focused on avoiding an upset against another Mid-Continent Conference foe like the the men did last night falling to Oral Roberts.
Here it is mid-November, and Bonnie Henrickson isn't even close to determining a rotation.
It has been more than two years since any one player has done it. Kansas University's football team will be going for consecutive game number 24 on Saturday, while Kansas State looks to smash the streak with some young legs.
The phone lines haven't been cut this week between Kerry and Dylan Meier, though it'd be understandable.
The Kansas University volleyball team lost a three-game match to Baylor on Wednesday night, falling 30-15, 30-18, 30-24, in Big 12 Conference action at the Ferrell Center.
Kansas University softball coach Tracy Bunge announced Wednesday the signing of pitcher Allie Clark, middle infielder Kolby Fesmire, catcher Brittany Hile and first baseman/outfielder Liz Kocon to letters of intent.
So, Kansas University coach Bill Self phones you at 8 p.m. Tuesday to offer you a basketball scholarship. How do you celebrate?
Kansas University's basketball players stared straight ahead, not knowing quite what to say after the No. 3 Jayhawks' shocking 78-71 home loss to Oral Roberts on Wednesday night.
Bill Self on Wednesday afternoon received a signed letter of intent from Tyrel Reed, a 6-foot-3 senior from Burlington High.
At one point during the second half of Kansas State's win over Rutgers Wednesday night, the public-address announcer began to signal a timeout with the words, "Cincinnati calls time," before catching himself and correcting it to, "Kansas State."
The Sports Illustrated jinx has struck again. "I believe in it now. That doesn't happen. As soon as the cover comes out, we lose," Kansas University sophomore guard Brandon Rush said after the No. 3-rated Jayhawks' 78-71 loss to Oral Roberts ...
Great basketball players put the game on a string and control it. They see things others don't. They sucker opponents into making moves so they can counter.
Before Wednesday night, Marchello Vealy made only one three-point shot in his entire career.