Attorney Don Jackson told 610 radio today he expects Cheick Diallo will play this season.
One of the most difficult things for college football coaches to do year in and year out is to find ways to spend time with their families during the grind of the season that keeps their attention from sun up well past sundown.
Don Jackson, attorney who is working on KU freshman Cheick Diallo’s eligibility case, sent out an e-mail to media Thursday indicating the NCAA Eligibility Center was “incapable of objective analysis of African American and African student-athletes’ credentials for initial eligibility at NCAA member institutions.” By Gary Bedore
After battling through nagging injuries for the past five or six weeks, Kansas University running back Ke’aun Kinner is finally back, and he’s ready for Saturday’s 11 a.m. showdown at TCU.
UAB coach Jerod Haase is using part of his new seven-figure contract to help cover the cost of attendance stipends for both the men’s and women’s basketball players.
There’s one topic currently off limits in Kansas University’s basketball locker room: It’s next week’s trip to Chicago for a Champions Classic matchup between No. 4-ranked KU and No. 13 Michigan State. By Gary Bedore
Another day in the ongoing saga of Cheick Diallo’s quest for eligibility came and went Thursday, and a news conference scheduled to preview tonight’s regular season opener at Allen Fieldhouse against Northern Colorado quickly turned into the latest dose of your daily Diallo update. By Matt Tait
Kansas University softball coach Megan Smith and her staff signed five incoming freshmen on Thursday afternoon. The 2016 class includes a pitcher, a catcher and three infielders.
Kansas University’s men’s golf team had signed a pair of high school players: Drew Shepherd of Hinsdale (Illinois) Central High School, and Andy Spencer, from Shawnee Mission East.
Kansas University volleyball announced the signings of two high school seniors on Thursday: Jada Burse of DeSoto, Texas, and Allie Nelson of Chicago.
Kansas University freshman Anastasiya Rychagova lost her opening match Thursday at the United States Tennis Association/Intercollegiate Tennis Association National Indoor.
Lifelong Kansas University basketball fan Mitch Lightfoot is officially a member of the Jayhawk basketball program. The 6-foot-8, 210-pound senior from Gilbert (Arizona) Christian High, on Thursday signed his national letter-of-intent with KU. By Gary Bedore