Advertisement

News

Stories for March 16, 2012

Subscribe

Lead stories

Early Morning

Pay heed: Veteran Conner Teahan’s advice: Listen up

Conner Teahan, the only remaining Kansas University basketball player to clip the nets after the 2008 national title game, has shared with his 2011-12 teammates the secret to winning it all.

Stories
Tease photo

Norfolk State (!) sends Tigers packing, 86-84

The ink hadn't even dried on the boxscore and already T-shirts were on sale on the official Norfolk State website: "This Was No Upset."

How former Jayhawks fared (March 16)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 15.

Indiana State baseball tops KU

Kansas University managed just one run off six hits in a 2-1 college baseball loss to Indiana State in the first game of the Irish Baseball Classic on Thursday. James Stanfield had three of KU’s hits.

Report: Irish TE to transfer to Kansas

Thanks to a report from the South Bend (Ind.) Tribune, we now know the identity of at least one of the transfers that Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis talked about back on signing day in February.

KU plays waiting game

Kansas University’s basketball players will have a lot of time to kill before today’s 8:57 p.m. tipoff against Detroit in Century Link Center.

Tease photo

Two Jayhawks get All-Region nods

The good news keeps rolling in for Kansas University’s women’s basketball team.

Titans ‘flying high’

Detroit Mercy point guard Ray McCallum Jr., the coach’s son, brings the leadership qualities and basketball instincts stereotypical of a coach’s son. He also brings so much leaping ability he placed second in the 2010 McDonald’s All-American dunking competition. The winner? Josh Selby. The name rings a vague, almost silent, bell, but I can’t quite place him.

Tease photo

Big man meant no disrespect

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know by now that University of Detroit Mercy big man Eli Holman made a somewhat shocking statement about Kansas University forward Thomas Robinson after learning that the 15th-seeded Titans would face No. 2 seed Kansas at 8:57 tonight in the second round of the NCAA Tournament.

Tease photo

Pay heed: Veteran Conner Teahan’s advice: Listen up

Conner Teahan, the only remaining Kansas University basketball player to clip the nets after the 2008 national title game, has shared with his 2011-12 teammates the secret to winning it all.

Travis Releford keeping eye on baby brother

A little before 1 p.m. today, eight hours before the Kansas University men’s basketball team hits the floor to take on 15th-seeded Detroit in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, KU junior Travis Releford figures to have his eye on the Midwest region’s 8-9 game in Greensboro, N.C.