During this afternoon's 30-minute media teleconference with the NCAA, infractions committee members applauded the efforts the efforts of athletics director Lew Perkins.
A loss of scholarships for the KU men's basketball and football programs today as part of the punishment handed down by the NCAA to KU.
Last season the KU women's basketball team won its first 12 games en route to its first winning season in six years.
The NCAA committee on infractions is taking away scholarships for KU football and men's basketball.
Chancellor Robert Hemenway, athletic director Lew Perkins, and counsel Rick Evrard answer questions about the NCAA penalties. Then coaches Mark Mangino, Bill Self and Bonnie Henrickson respond to the penalties.
Kansas University programs in football and men's basketball will lose scholarships as part of penalties announced today by the NCAA.
The following is a press release sent out by the NCAA concerning additional penalties imposed on Kansas University's football, men's basketball and women's basketball penalties.
The NCAA Division I committee will hold a press conference in Hadl Auditorium at the Wagnon Student-Athlete Center at 4:30 p.m. to announce its decisions regarding KU's self-reported violations. Chancellor Robert Hemenway and Athletics Director Lew Perkins will be available to answer questions.
Media conference at 4 p.m.
Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino said Wednesday that his offensive personnel as a whole was much healthier than it was a week ago.
With both state Big 12 Conference rivals mired in losing steaks, something had to give Wednesday night at Horejsi Center.
Never having seen a volleyball match, the mission was to attend one at Horejsi Family Athletics Center and learn as much as possible in one night about the sport.
Kansas University freshman Kerry Meier will end his three-week absence from the football field and start at quarterback Saturday against Oklahoma State.
In studying Kansas University's star-studded men's basketball roster, Big 12 Conference coaches simply couldn't decide which player was best.
A standout football quarterback/basketball power forward, Kyle Singler decided to concentrate on hoops his senior year at Oregon's South Medford High.