Advertisement

News

Stories for May 11, 2011

Subscribe

Lead stories

Early Morning

Back on the line: Offensive lineman Spikes matures through injury

Major injuries have a way of haunting players well after they’re healed. Kansas University offensive lineman Jeff Spikes learned that firsthand this spring.

Stories

Judge restrains former KU associate athletic director Ben Kirtland and ex-wife from transferring property

Property involved in the divorce case of a former Kansas University athletic administrator — a former associate athletic director awaiting sentencing for his role in a ticket-stealing scheme — cannot be sold, transferred or otherwise assigned, a federal judge ruled Wednesday.

Tease photo

Jayhawks, Yellow Jackets to kick off at 11:30 a.m. central time on Sept. 17

The Kansas Jayhawks and Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets will kick off at 11:30 a.m. central time on Sept. 17, KU announced on Wednesday.

Tease photo

KU releases post-spring depth chart; Lewandowski back to DE, Patmon 2nd team

The Kansas University football program released its first official depth chart of the spring this week, and more than a couple of things popped off the page about the new pecking order.

CU, NU to continue meeting

The University of Colorado football team will play its season finale on the day after Thanksgiving, continuing a tradition it had with Nebraska for 15 seasons in the Big 12.

Hey Terps, give Turgeon a chance

Let’s acknowledge the obvious right away: The hiring of Mark Turgeon won’t have Maryland basketball fans dancing in the streets.

KU softball game canceled

Due to schedule conflicts, the Kansas University softball game versus UMKC on Tuesday was canceled and will not be rescheduled.

Sprinter earns award

Kansas freshman sprinter Diamond Dixon was named Big 12 Female Track and Field Athlete of the Week Tuesday. Dixon was honored for the first time in her KU career and was just the third freshman to receive the award this season.

Track athletes honored

A total of 28 Kansas University athletes have been named to the 2011 Academic All-Big 12 Men’s and Women’s Track & Field Teams, the league office announced Tuesday.

Gary Bedore’s Kansas basketball notebook

ESPN’s NBA draft expert, Chad Ford, watched former KU guard Josh Selby work out on Tuesday in Las Vegas.

Tease photo

Jeff Withey, Thomas Robinson putting on pounds

Kansas University’s two biggest returning basketball big men are faring well in the weight room this offseason.

Tease photo

Back on the line: Offensive lineman Spikes matures through injury

Major injuries have a way of haunting players well after they’re healed. Kansas University offensive lineman Jeff Spikes learned that firsthand this spring.

NDSU to meet K-State in 2013

The North Dakota State University football team is heading back to the state of Kansas to face an NCAA Football Bowl Subdivision school.