Texas Tech coach Chris Walker is hoping his Red Raiders, who were plastered by KU, 79-42, on March 4, benefit from some March Madness today against the Jayhawks in a 2 p.m., Big 12 tournament quarterfinal. By Gary Bedore
Kansas State and Kansas tied for the regular-season Big 12 title after losing road games on Saturday. Consider it proof that the Big 12 tournament, which starts tonight at Sprint Center, promises to be among the most intriguing and unpredictable in conference history.
It has been a banner year for Kansas State sports.
Coaches don’t need to oversell because it’s obvious the Big 12 is loaded, so much better than it looked during the nonconference season. By Tom Keegan
The shorthanded Kansas University's women's basketball team found a surprising boost off its bench in a 83-61 victory over TCU, Friday in the first round of the Big 12 Tournament. By Tom Keegan
The Big 12 conference released the following statement Tuesday afternoon following Kansas' 108-96 overtime victory over Iowa State on Monday night in Ames, Iowa.
Big 12 athletic directors worked Tuesday to determine the league’s preferred bowl lineup with the anticipation that the Cotton Bowl will become part of college football’s new playoff system.
Big 12 athletic directors spent several hours Monday discussing the pros and cons of maintaining their 10-team configuration or eventually making additions to the conference — or maybe doing something in between.
The Kansas University women's basketball team faces off against West Virginia on Saturday for the first time in 19 years. It'll be a new environment for the Jayhawks, but not KU coach Bonnie Henrickson. By Matt Tait
If the Kansas University men's basketball team is the favorite to take home the Big 12 title, then who's the best bet for second place? Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan ranks the contenders.
Journal-World writer Matt Tait examines how the Big 12's "Grant of Rights" agreement works to protect the league's teams from the ever-active forces of conference realignment.
With conference realignment waters stirring again, the Journal-World's Matt Tait looks at whether members of the Big 12, including Kansas University, should make moves of their own or sit this round out.
Kansas University coach Bill Self says it’s not even worth talking about KU possibly being a target of the Big Ten Conference. By Gary Bedore
Just when you start to get paranoid that some parts of the country view us as oddballs, college sports figures ride to the rescue.
The Kansas men's basketball team is the unanimous pick to win the Big 12 conference according to the preseason coaches poll that was released Thursday.