Advertisement

News

Stories for April 3, 2012

Subscribe

Lead stories

Early Morning

Not this time: KU falls to UK, but not without a fight

Thomas Robinson stood at the free-throw line closest to Kansas University’s basketball bench, bending over at the waist as tears streamed down his cheeks late Monday night in the Superdome. KU’s big, bruising junior forward needed assistance from teammates Tyshawn Taylor and Kevin Young, who consoled the 6-foot-10 future NBA lottery pick after the Jayhawks’ 67-59 loss to Kentucky in the NCAA title game.

Stories

Weis announces dismissal of D-Lineman Julius Green

Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis announced Tuesday via a press release that defensive lineman Julius Green had been dismissed from the team for violating team rules.

Jayhawk fans invited to greet men's basketball team at airport, Allen Fieldhouse

The Kansas University men’s basketball team is returning to Kansas today and is scheduled to arrive about 6:30 p.m. at Forbes Field in Topeka, according to associate athletics director Jim Marchiony.

Tease photo

Elijah Johnson: T-Rob’s KU career ‘all over’

Kansas University junior Thomas Robinson, who is expected to be a top-five pick in the 2012 NBA Draft, obviously played his last game as a Kansas Jayhawk on Monday night. Juniors Elijah Johnson and Jeff Withey, however, indicated they’ll definitely return for their senior seasons.

Tease photo

Not this time: KU falls to UK, but not without a fight

Thomas Robinson stood at the free-throw line closest to Kansas University’s basketball bench, bending over at the waist as tears streamed down his cheeks late Monday night in the Superdome. KU’s big, bruising junior forward needed assistance from teammates Tyshawn Taylor and Kevin Young, who consoled the 6-foot-10 future NBA lottery pick after the Jayhawks’ 67-59 loss to Kentucky in the NCAA title game.

Tease photo

Take-away: Jayhawks didn’t quit

When all that is forgotten, the memory that will endure has so little to do with basketball and so much to do with team bonding, relentless effort, embracing adversity as a challenge to be confronted, never making an excuse.

Tease photo

Anthony Davis dominates for Wildcats

During Monday night’s 67-59 victory over Kansas University in the national championship game at the Superdome, Kentucky center Anthony Davis shot 1-for-10, finished with just six points and was the best player in the game. And it wasn’t even close.

Tease photo

Elijah Johnson regrets travel call

Elijah Johnson’s biggest regret was the shot he made.