Advertisement

News

Stories for February 19, 2012

Subscribe

Lead stories

Early Morning

Bench-clearing rout: Ex-walk-on Jordan Juenemann hits for 7, career high

The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Jordan Juenemann resembled a true scholarship athlete in exploding for a career-high seven points off 3-of-3 shooting (1-for-1 from three) while playing the final four minutes of an 83-50 rout of Texas Tech on Saturday. He was one of nine KU players to score on a night the bench chipped in 31 points.

Stories

Kansas tennis sweeps Bradley

Kansas University’s tennis team swept the Bradley Braves, 7-0, in doubles and singles competition on Saturday at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.

Tease photo

Tech doesn’t have horses

Billy Gillispie likens Red Raiders to Seabiscuit

Texas Tech coach Billy Gillispie seemed to understand his team’s underdog status following its 83-50 loss to Kansas University on Saturday night.

Pille strikes out 11 for Jayhawks; softball wins seventh in a row

Kansas University’s softball team won both ends of a doubleheader at the Charlotte Classic on Saturday, extending its win streak to seven games.

KU baseball starts 3-0 for first time since 2007

Kansas University baseball’s team picked up two more victories Saturday to jump out to 3-0 — the best start for KU since it went 5-0 in 2007.

Notebook: Giants’ Lawrence Tynes among fans in ’house

New York Giants placekicker Lawrence Tynes, whose team won the Super Bowl, attended the KU-Texas Tech game and was introduced to the crowd as a Tynes highlight video appeared on the big screen.

How former Jayhawks fared (Feb. 19)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Feb.18.

Bobby Knight only semi-right

The Kansas University basketball team’s reserves finally proved ESPN color commentator Bob Knight right. It just took them a few months.

Tease photo

Bench-clearing rout: Ex-walk-on Jordan Juenemann hits for 7, career high

The 6-foot-3, 195-pound Jordan Juenemann resembled a true scholarship athlete in exploding for a career-high seven points off 3-of-3 shooting (1-for-1 from three) while playing the final four minutes of an 83-50 rout of Texas Tech on Saturday. He was one of nine KU players to score on a night the bench chipped in 31 points.