For many KU fans, seeing the Orange Bowl on a big screen TV just doesn't do it.
As KU prepares for its Orange Bowl appearance, some fans are thinking of a similar game.
Mark Mangino and the Jayhawks were forced to practice in some unexpected elements in Miami on Tuesday.
Head coach Bonnie Henrickson and the Kansas women's basketball team rang in the new year by hosting their annual Holiday Hoops clinic.
When it comes to picking the pocket of opponents on the hardwood, there are few better in the nation than KU's Mario Chalmers and Russell Robinson.
Not all Lawrencians will be donning crimson and blue for Thursday's Orange Bowl. There are some Virginia Tech Hokies in town. Steve and Ashley Strand are two local Hokies who bleed maroon and orange, even though Steve is a native Kansan. "I figured we were going to play either KU or Mizzou," Steve Strand said. "I was a little hesitant at first because I didn't want to root against KU because I love KU, but I've got to go with the alma mater."
Oklahoma defensive tackle DeMarcus Granger will miss the Fiesta Bowl after being sent home from Arizona following an arrest for shoplifting.
Dayton was impressive with its road win over Louisville. The Flyers went a lot further with their 25-point rout of previously unbeaten Pittsburgh last weekend, a victory that moved them into The Associated Press' Top 25 for the first time in four years.
Virginia Tech standout cornerback Brandon Flowers is from nearby Delray Beach, Fla., meaning that Thursday's Orange Bowl at Dolphin Stadium will be a great chance for family to see him play.
It sounded like a cliche six months ago, the kind of quote you've heard before. Ed Warinner sat behind the desk in his second-floor office over the summer, trying to explain Kansas University's new offensive approach on the football field without giving away too many secrets.
Jayhawk fans hope the third time's a charm in the Orange Bowl, but perhaps none more so than members of Kansas University's first team to make that trip to Miami.
Kansas University freshman Cole Aldrich's parents, Walter and Kathleen, made the trip from Bloomington, Minn., to watch their son score five points and grab seven boards while playing 12 minutes in KU's rout of Yale on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.
There was nothing subtle about Xavier's approach. The Musketeers were going to make a point by making it painfully tough to get any points.
Two Kansas University basketball players appear to be ahead of the rest in early-season running for the Jayhawks' most-improved-player award.
Happy New Year. You have questions about 2008 and I don't have answers, of course, because I don't have a crystal ball. But I do have opinions.
Back in September, Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy made headlines by ranting "I'm a man!" But Zac Robinson is the man for the Cowboys.