When last we spoke, indomitable Abby Vestal, one of my all-time favorite athletes, was busy making arrangements before heading out of town to chase a dream. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self said “everything,” when asked what he’s looking for in recruiting. By Gary Bedore
Mistakes are commonplace in season openers across the country, but Kansas University football coach Beaty does not believe they’re necessary. By Matt Tait
Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self said on Monday he’s “confident” that 6-foot-9 freshman forward Cheick Diallo will ultimately be cleared by the NCAA Eligibility Center and compete for the Jayhawks during the upcoming season.
The Kansas University football program on Monday revealed the identity of its three captains for the 2015 season. The team vote last Friday elected junior quarterback Montell Cozart, senior defensive end Ben Goodman and junior safety Fish Smithson as this year's leaders.
Alabama has emerged as a major player for Kansas University basketball recruiting target Marques Bolden, a 6-foot-10, 240-pound senior center from DeSoto, Texas, who according to reports made an unofficial visit to Tuscaloosa over the weekend. By Gary Bedore
Every time Kansas University safety Bazie Bates IV takes a seat in Mrkonic Auditorium at Anderson Family Football Complex, the junior from Trinity Valley Community College can look over his shoulders and see larger-than-life reminders of what is possible for a Jayhawks defensive back. By Benton Smith
It’s that time of year: time to predict the Kansas University football team’s record, and then get ready to duck from verbal darts accusing me of a “negative” slant. By Tom Keegan
Freshman Anna Courtney knocked in the game-winner in the 76th minute to give Kansas University a 2-1 soccer victory over North Texas on Sunday inside the Mean Green Soccer Complex.
Kansas University’s volleyball team picked up wins over McNeese State and Arkansas on Saturday in the Arkansas tournament to stay perfect at 3-0 on the season.
Kansas University senior forward Perry Ellis is featured on the regional cover of Athlon’s College Basketball 2015-16 Preview Magazine.
From the time he arrived in Lawrence through the start of preseason camp, first-year Kansas University offensive line coach Zach Yenser made clear the details of his search for the five linemen who would work hard, play smart and not be afraid to battle their butts off.
The college head coaching careers of West Virginia’s Dana Holgorsen and first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty have more than a few similarities.
Led by 15 kills from senior outside hitter Tiana Dockery, Kansas University cruised to a three-set victory over Army to open the Arkansas Invitational — and the 2015 season — on Friday at Barnhill Arena.
Kansas University freshmen Grace Hagan and Parker Roberts each shot in the first goals of their collegiate careers to lift the Jayhawks to a 2-1 soccer victory over SMU on Friday at Westcott Field.
Haiti native Schnider Herard, a 6-foot-10, 255-pound senior power forward from Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano, Texas, has announced his final list of five prospective schools via Twitter. By Gary Bedore
Maybe the coaching staff can get creative and find ways for junior-college transfer Ke’aun Kinner and senior De’Andre Mann to play at the same time, with Kinner lining up in the slot or motioning out of the backfield and lining up as a wide receiver. By Tom Keegan
The city of Lawrence is again offering an alternative to searching for parking around Kansas University’s Memorial Stadium — and walking for blocks to the game — this football season. Park downtown and catch the bus.
A spectacular one-handed dunk by former Kansas University/current Team Canada guard Andrew Wiggins at Wednesday’s Tuto Marchand Cup has drawn over 50,000 views on Youtube.com. By Gary Bedore
The extent of the information we’ve learned about Kansas University defensive end Damani Mosby — from the day he arrived on campus, and even a little before that — has started and ended with his ability as a pass-rusher. But as it turns out, Mosby has focused on much more than sacking the quarterback. By Matt Tait
Every school’s football schedule has a litmus test. The season opener vs. South Dakota State of the Football Championship Subdivision qualifies as Kansas University’s. By Tom Keegan
The New York Jets have waived quarterback Jake Heaps and signed quarterback Josh Johnson.
Kansas University’s basketball team will play 25 games on the ESPN family of networks and one apiece on CBS and the CBS Sports Network, KU’s athletic department announced Wednesday. By Gary Bedore
The opening game of the Kansas University football season is just nine days away. But you’d never know it from watching the Jayhawks work this week at practice. By Matt Tait
When Kansas University soccer standout Liana Salazar returned to her native Colombia this past summer, she figured her stay would be short, just a detour on her way to Canada. By Benton Smith
Marques Bolden, a 6-foot-10, 240-pound senior forward from DeSoto (Texas) High, who recently announced plans to make a pair of recruiting visits to KU, will visit Kentucky on Sept. 4-5, ESPN’s Jeff Goodman reported Tuesday.
Now that Montell Cozart has been named starting quarterback, it’s time to look at the most promising targets he’ll look for when a pass play is called. To Cozart’s detriment, tight end Jimmay Mundine and receivers Nigel King and Nick Harwell have exhausted their eligibility. They all had a knack for getting open and consistently catching what was thrown their way.
It sounds as if one of the biggest factors in the decision to name Montell Cozart Kansas University’s starting quarterback for the 2015 season may have been his feet.
Last week, first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty made no secret about the fact that he plans to play several of his youngest players during the 2015 season.
The Utah Jazz on Monday signed former Kansas University center Jeff Withey to a two-year contract. By Gary Bedore
Up a few pounds and 2 percent body fat from the end of the 2014 season, Kansas University junior Montell Cozart on Monday was named the Jayhawks’ starting quarterback for 2015 by first-year coach David Beaty. By Matt Tait
The purpose of head football coach David Beaty’s news conference Monday inside Mrkonic Auditorium was to announce Kansas University’s starting quarterback of the present, Montell Cozart. Those listening closely could hear the thundering footsteps of the program’s QB of the not-necessarily-distant future. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University still has nearly two weeks worth of practices to get through before playing its first football game of the 2015 season, but head coach David Beaty decided to go ahead and name his starting quarterback.
There are more than a dozen items on the to-do list of first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty. But no matter how busy the day or how daunting the tasks, Beaty and his assistant coaches always make time for one simple yet important part of player safety. “We weigh ’em every day,” Beaty said. By Matt Tait
Kansas University edged Minnesota in shots and shots on goal, but the teams played to a scoreless soccer draw on Sunday at Elizabeth Lyle Robbie Stadium.
Bill Self, who doesn’t have to worry about attendance at his sold-out Kansas University men’s basketball games, may have helped sell some tickets for a pair of first-year Jayhawk coaches Saturday in Memorial Stadium. By Gary Bedore
In recent years, Kansas has been well-equipped in the secondary, but a steady pass rush has been lacking. Now, it looks as if the Jayhawks have the athletes to bring heat, but could get exposed at the back end of the defense when the quarterback has time. By Tom Keegan
Bill Self, who runs Kansas University’s tradition-rich basketball program, kicked off his 13th year at KU and 30th overall as a coach by speaking at Saturday’s semester-opening Traditions Night in Memorial Stadium.
Former Kansas University center Sasha Kaun has agreed to a two-year deal with the Cleveland Cavaliers, ESPN reported Saturday.
Kansas University’s volleyball team swept three sets from a KU alumni squad, 25-19, 25-21, 25-21, on Saturday at Horejsi Center before coach Ray Bechard mixed the rosters to shake up the fourth set, giving the Blue squad a 25-21 victory.
The more possessions a game has the more it favors the team with more talent, the favorite. That’s pretty much true in every sport. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University’s women’s basketball team will play 17 of 29 regular-season games within the friendly confines of Allen Fieldhouse this season.
Nebraska scored two goals in the opening 14 minutes, and No. 23-ranked Kansas University dropped its soccer season opener, 3-0, Friday at Barbara Hibner Stadium.
Kansas University basketball recruiting target Marques Bolden has scheduled two trips to KU. Bolden, a 6-foot-10, 240-pound senior forward from DeSoto (Texas) High who is ranked No. 14 nationally in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, will visit officially on Sept. 25-26. He will make an unofficial visit for Late Night in the Phog on Oct. 9. By Gary Bedore
First-year Kansas University head football coach David Beaty hasn’t revealed a depth chart, even to his players, but one appears to be falling into place. By Tom Keegan
He can’t officially play for the Kansas University football team for another year, but one newcomer added to the team this summer already has impressed head coach David Beaty enough to earn some praise near the end of preseason camp. By Matt Tait
Kansas University’s 2015-16 men’s basketball schedule is now complete, with the Big 12 rolling out its conference dates Thursday afternoon.
Kobie Eubanks, a 6-5 guard from Elev8 Sports Academy in Delray Beach, Florida, has not qualified for a scholarship at Alabama and will likely attend a junior college. By Gary Bedore
Kassoum Yakwe, a 6-7 senior forward from Our Savior New American High in Centereach, New York, has completed visits to St. John’s and Oregon and will soon decide between one of those two schools, Zagsblog.com reports. By Gary Bedore
Former KU guard Andrew Wiggins of the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday was one of 13 players named to the Canadian national team’s roster for the Tuto Marchland Continental Cup, Aug. 23-26 in Puerto Rico. By Gary Bedore
For the second time this month, Lawrence High senior football standout Amani Bledsoe cut his list of potential college choices.
Fifteen. On the surface, it’s just a number. One more than the point total of two touchdowns, a date on a calendar, an age, a jersey number.But for a trio of defensive ends on the Kansas University football roster, the number carries with it great meaning. It’s the number of sacks it will take during the 2015 season to move past Ron Warner into first place on KU’s single-season sacks list. By Matt Tait
As is typical of so many student-section spectators, Matthew Wyman watched the Kansas University football team compete and told himself he could do better. By Tom Keegan
The runners on Kansas University’s cross country teams should be quite familiar with Rim Rock Farm by season’s end. By Chris Duderstadt
Kansas University soccer coach Mark Francis concedes most people would view the Jayhawks’ 2014 season as a success. KU, after all, won eight more games than it had the previous year, finished third in the Big 12 and reached the NCAA Tournament. By Benton Smith
If everything goes according to coach Ray Bechard’s plans this fall, Kansas University’s volleyball program will accomplish something it never has before. By Benton Smith
For a change, instead of comparing how the team looks compared to the 12 opponents on one of the nation’s most difficult schedules, let’s take a look at which side of the line of scrimmage is closer to looking as if it at can compete for big chunks of games. By Tom Keegan
Sacha Killeya-Jones, a 6-10 senior forward from Virginia Episcopal in Lynchburg, Virginia, on Wednesday orally committed to Kentucky.
Former Kansas University guard Michael Lee is new head coach at Portland’s Roosevelt High. By Gary Bedore
He was unable to scrimmage over the weekend because of his late arrival, but University of Miami (Florida) transfer Corey King, a 6-foot-1, 295-pound defensive tackle, has pleased his new coaches during his first couple of days in pads. By Matt Tait
A couple of returners appear to be in good shape as they battle to keep their special-teams jobs with Kansas University’s football team. By Matt Tait
Schnider Herard, a 6-foot-10, 255-pound senior center from Prestonwood Christian Academy in Plano, Texas, will attend the Oct. 9 Late Night in the Phog as part of an official recruiting visit to Kansas University, Herard’s mentor, Derrick Shelby, told Jayhawkslant.com on Tuesday.
A Div. II national title at Emporia State. Back-to-back Southland Conference titles for Stephen F. Austin. Landed two highly regarded transfers shortly after becoming Kansas University’s new women’s basketball coach.
During his Tuesday afternoon meeting with the media, Kansas University offensive line coach Zach Yenser revealed a very specific aspect of the key to KU’s new offense.
In the interest of identifying the gap between first- and second-team linebackers at the midway point of preseason camp, Kansas University linebackers coach Kevin Kane has come up with an additional competition for his group this week. By Matt Tait
Harry Giles, a 6-foot-10, 220-pound senior forward from Oak Hill Academy in Mouth of Wilson, Virginia, who is ranked No. 2 in the recruiting Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, will visit Kansas University for the Oct. 9 Late Night in the Phog, Giles’ dad told CBSsports.com. By Gary Bedore
Terrance Ferguson, a 6-6 senior guard who played at Prime Prep Academy in Dallas last season and is ranked No. 11 nationally, on Monday committed to Alabama over KU, North Carolina, Louisville, Baylor, SMU, Texas and others. By Gary Bedore
Arizonasports.com’s John Gambadoro says things could “get ugly, real ugly,” if the Phoenix Suns don’t trade disgruntled forward Markieff Morris, who is livid the Suns shipped brother Marcus to Detroit. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University volleyball players won’t simply face off against one another in KU’s annual Crimson and Blue Match.
Five things needed to happen for the linebacker position to undergo an upgrade from frighteningly thin to adequate. So far, the Jayhawks are 5-for-5. By Tom Keegan
Harry Giles will visit KU for the Oct. 9 Late Night.
Kansas University freshman Grace Hagan scored a pair of goals to help the No. 23-ranked Jayhawks to a 2-2 exhibition draw with North Dakota State on Sunday at Rock Chalk Park.
Kansas University freshman forward Cheick Diallo is listed No. 12 and shooting guard Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk No. 17 overall on ESPN analyst Chad Ford’s first Big Board for the 2016 NBA Draft. The Big Board is essentially a ranking of the top 30 prospects expected to enter the draft. By Gary Bedore
First-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty threw out the ceremonial first pitch before Sunday night’s Kansas City Royals-California Angels game at Kauffman Stadium. It was “KU Night” at Kauffman. By Gary Bedore
A little more than four months ago, first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty posted a message to Twitter about unknown walk-on Ryan Schadler. Now we know why. By Matt Tait
Student-athletes at Kansas University on Aug. 24 will walk to the Olympic sports office on the second floor of the athletic department complex to receive old-fashioned paper checks, their first of 10 for the school year. The envelopes will be a little heavier this year because they will be given a set amount in order to cover living expenses, including travel to and from school. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University senior Perry Ellis is the 15th-best player in college basketball entering the 2015-16 season, according to ESPN’s John Gasaway. By Gary Bedore
Former Kansas University All-American Chris Thompson shot a second consecutive 3-under 69 on Saturday at the Web.com Price Cutter Charity Championship at Highland Springs Country Club.
Kansas University lists sophomore Ben Johnson and junior Kent Taylor as tight ends on its football roster. That doesn’t mean offensive coordinator Rob Likens has to agree with those labels. By Benton Smith
As he prepared to make a Thursday appearance at a youth basketball camp, Mario Chalmers bumped into former teammate Joel Anthony, who had just addressed the group. As Anthony and Chalmers spoke, a member at the front desk of the Michael-Ann Russell Jewish Community Center said to the receptionist, “Joel doesn’t play here anymore. And Chalmers might not, either.”
We won’t know what tweaks and upgrades Kansas University quarterback Montell Cozart made to his game this offseason until he steps onto the field for the first time against a live opponent. But make no mistake about it: Cozart has changed. By Matt Tait
De’Aaron Fox, a 6-foot-3 senior point guard from Cypress Lakes High in Katy, Texas, who is ranked No. 9 nationally by Rivals.com, on Friday said he has narrowed his list of prospective colleges to seven: Kansas University, Kentucky, Arizona, North Carolina, Louisville, LSU and N.C. State. By Gary Bedore
Throughout the offseason, the phrase “earn it” has been the mantra of the Kansas University football coaching staff. Evidently, a few wide receivers have. By Matt Tait
Kansas University cornerbacks coach Kenny Perry was not in Lawrence for the 2014 season so he does not miss departed seniors JaCorey Shepherd and Dexter McDonald quite as much as most people associated with the program. By Matt Tait
With the Kansas University football season-opener just over three weeks away single-game tickets for Jayhawk games will go on sale to Williams Education Fund members Aug. 17-18 and to the general public on Aug. 19.
Landing a player at the midway point of preseason camp does not always qualify as a huge lift. But in the case of former Miami, Florida, defensive lineman Corey King, that’s exactly what it could be for the Kansas University football team. By Matt Tait
Thursday was a mixed bag on the former Kansas University golfer front. By Tom Keegan
Kenneth Mapp, the 29th governor of the Virgin Islands, declared August 7, 2015 “Milt Newton Day” in the United States territory. By Gary Bedore
The Journal-World learned Thursday afternoon that King, a 6-foot-1, 295-pound D-tackle, has been cleared to join the Jayhawks in time for the start of the 2015 season. By Matt Tait
Wenyen Gabriel, a 6-foot-9 senior forward from Wilbraham and Monson in Massachusetts who is ranked No. 84 in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, on Wednesday cut Kansas University from his list of prospective schools. By Gary Bedore
Senior Ashley Williams swiped a poorly played ball by the opposing goalkeeper and slammed it into an open net less than six minutes into the match to key Kansas University to a 5-0 rout of Drake in a college soccer exhibition match Wednesday night at Rock Chalk Park.
Given that Kansas University running backs Taylor Cox and De’Andre Mann are coming off significant injuries that kept them out of portions of the 2014 season, the Jayhawks could be required to rely on a couple of newcomers to handle a good chunk of the work in the running game this fall. By Matt Tait
So many new faces. So much for the mostly new Kansas University football coaching staff to evaluate in Saturday’s first intrasquad scrimmage of fall camp. By Tom Keegan
As usual, many Mondays will be big for the Kansas University basketball team in the 2015-16 season, once Big 12 play begins in January.
Rawle Alkins, who has Kansas University on his list of 11 schools, is emerging as one of the top prospects in the high school recruiting Class of 2016.
The massive overhaul of personnel on the Kansas University football team that has taken place this offseason highlights the danger in universities making coaching changes so frequently. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University swimmer Chelsie Miller concluded a busy weekend and summer with swims in the 400-meter individual medley and 200-meter butterfly at USA Swimming’s National Championship meet.
When David Beaty claims he would’ve worked on the Kansas football staff this season, even if he hadn’t been hired as head coach, the statement carries some weight. By Benton Smith
With the departures of Ben Heeney and Jake Love, the Kansas University football team lost 180 tackles at the linebacker position from last year's team. And replaced those with a guy who made 31.
Last April, senior walk-on Michael Glatczak became a well-known name in KU football circles for a fluke hit he made in the annual spring game that left quarterback Michael Cummings with a serious knee injury. Today, Glatczak has moved past the play and is looking to make a name for himself in another way. By Matt Tait
Former Kansas University guard Andrew Wiggins of the Minnesota Timberwolves is one of 16 players trying out for the 12-man Canadian National Team that will be competing at the FIBA Americas Championship, Aug. 31-Sept. 12 in Mexico. By Gary Bedore
Opening Day-starter announcements, whether in major-league baseball for the pitcher or college football for the quarterback, generally fall into the anti-climactic category. A trail of crumbs usually leads to the obvious choice. By Tom Keegan
Three practices into preseason camp, Kansas University junior quarterback Montell Cozart needed just a few words to describe the Jayhawks’ new Air Raid offense.
The 2015 Kansas University soccer team will see its first action of the season when the Jayhawks play the first of two preseason exhibition matches against the Drake Bulldogs at 7 p.m. Wednesday. The match will take place at Rock Chalk Park.
Joel Embiid has not yet undergone a second surgery on his right foot, sources close to the situation told CSNPhilly.com, however, that procedure is still scheduled to take place and Embiid is still expected to miss the upcoming 2015-16 season.
Just days after learning that he was in line to open the 2015 season as the Philadelphia Eagles' starting nickel back, former Kansas University cornerback JaCorey Shepherd suffered a knee injury that ended his season before it began.
Kansas University offensive coordinator Rob Likens is a big believer in preparation and focus, and he expects the players he coaches to bring both to the practice field every day. By Matt Tait
The son of former Kansas University basketball center Pekka Markkanen has decided to follow in dad’s footsteps and play college ball in the United States. By Gary Bedore
By now, roughly seven months into their time in Lawrence, the new Kansas University football coaches have figured out they are going to have to emphasize a bunch of little things if they hope to win games during the first year or two of the transition to head coach David Beaty.
It’s time to share a few stories about Bob Timmons, the former Kansas University track coach from 1966 to ’88 who died on Tuesday at the age of 91.
The third practice of Kansas football's 2015 preseason camp featured all kinds of memorable plays and strong efforts from players on the current KU roster. It also featured a glimpse into the future. In town on a visit with his father, three-star Houston linebacker Maciah Long orally committed to join the Jayhawks.
Aqib Talib is still at the top of his game. Only, he finds himself often overshadowed by fellow University of Kansas alum Chris Harris Jr.
Kansas University quarterbacks Carter Stanley, Montell Cozart and Ryan Willis are in contention for the Jayhawks' starting job.
Another big man in the recruiting Class of 2016 is available. T.J. Leaf, a 6-foot-10, 215-pound senior power forward from Foothills Christian from El Cajon, California, on Thursday decommitted from Arizona.
Kansas University’s volleyball team has been picked fourth in the Big 12 in the preseason coaches’ poll.
Already known for his energy, passion and unrelenting enthusiasm, first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty on Thursday did his best to dwell in reality following the first official practice of the 2015 season. By Matt Tait
Former Kansas University women’s golfer Minami Levonowich shot an even-par 72 Thursday on the Palmer Course at Mission Hills Country Club in Rancho Mirage, California, in her first round of Stage I of the LPGA and Symetra Tour Qualifying School.
Kansas University swimmer Chelsie Miller lowered her Olympic Trials time in the 200-meter IM and moved up 10 spots from her seeded position at the 2016 Phillips 66 National Championships with a runner-up finish in her heat and 37th-place overall.
Each of the three Kansas University volleyball players on the Preseason All-Big 12 Team are accustomed to the spotlight. Junior Tayler Soucie and sophomores Ainise Havili and Kelsie Payne — all of whom were all-conference selections in 2014 — were recognized Thursday.
One of Kansas University’s top recruits broadcast part of his campus visit to Alabama for the world to see on Internet app Periscope (which is available off Twitter) on Thursday. By Gary Bedore
Bob Timmons died on Tuesday night at the age of 91. Here are some tributes from former athletes and friends of the former KU track coach. Thanks to Tim Weaver for sharing some of the comments he compiled during his tenure as KU Relays organizer.
Kansas University senior midfielder Liana Salazar was one of 28 women in NCAA Div. I soccer to be selected to the watch list for the Missouri Athletic Club’s Hermann Trophy, which is considered the most prestigious individual award in collegiate soccer.
Mitch Lightfoot, a 6-foot-7, 200-pound senior forward from Gilbert (Ariz.) Christian High who is ranked No. 140 in the basketball recruiting Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, will visit Kansas University Sept. 11-13, Jayhawkslant.com reported Wednesday. By Gary Bedore
Bob Timmons' teams captured 13 Big Eight Indoor titles, 14 Outdoor titles and four CC league titles. He led KU to NCAA Indoor titles in 1966, ’69 and ’70. His ’70 outdoor team tied for the NCAA title. His four NCAA crowns are most of any head coach in KU athletics history. By Gary Bedore
The updated Kansas University football roster, released Wednesday night, on the eve of the start of preseason camp, featured nearly two dozen new names and included a couple of notable omissions. By Matt Tait
Legendary former Kansas University track coach Bob Timmons has died, a family representative confirmed to the Journal-World.
August has arrived and that means another Kansas University football season is officially upon us.
Former Kansas University guard Andrew White III, who sat out last season at Nebraska in accordance with NCAA transfer rules, will make his unofficial Husker debut on a four-game trip to Spain that starts on Aug. 16.
Defense attorneys for former Kansas University basketball standouts Marcus and Markieff Morris are seeking a new grand jury for the twin brothers, who are charged with aggravated assault.
Kansas University swimmer Yulduz Kuchkarova nearly matched her own Uzbekistani national record in the 100-meter backstroke prelims at the FINA World Championships in Kazan, Russia.
Terrance Ferguson, a 6-foot-6 high school senior shooting guard from Dallas who is expected to announce his college choice this month, will visit Alabama this weekend, according to Eric Bossi of Rivals.com. By Gary Bedore
Year after year, with player after player, coaches consistently talk about what an advantage it is for prospects to graduate high school early and make it to their college campuses in time for spring football practices. By Matt Tait
He has only been playing the position for a few years, but former Kansas University standout JaCorey Shepherd may already have positioned himself to become a starting cornerback in the NFL. By Matt Tait
The Denver Broncos may be looking to add another former Kansas University football to the three they already have on their roster.
Lawrence High senior football standout Amani Bledsoe cut his list of potential college choices on Sunday.
Clay Young, a 6-foot-5 former Kansas City Kansas Community College and Lansing High forward, likely will be officially added to Kansas University’s basketball roster as a non-scholarship player this week, KU coach Bill Self told the Journal-World on Sunday.By Gary Bedore
Bill Self faced a firing squad in the form of 200 or so basketball campers who grilled Kansas University’s coach with an assortment of personal questions Sunday morning at Olathe South High. By Gary Bedore
Sports Illustrated has great expectations for two of Kansas University’s incoming freshmen basketball players.
When David Beaty arrived at Kansas University as its new football coach in December, it looked as if finding a starting running back would be the least of his problems.