From their head coaches to their playing styles, Ohio and Kansas have little in common, which should make for an entertaining, tough-to-forecast game Saturday at Memorial Stadium.
Playing two quarterbacks all season might not be the obvious recipe for success. But it certainly did not hurt the Jayhawks on Saturday night in a 55-6, season-opening victory over Rhode Island.By Matt Tait
With the KU football season opener now just a few days away, it’s time to address something that has been floating around my brain for the better part of the summer — What happens when Kansas beats Rhode Island on Saturday and improves to 1-0 while giving Beaty and his staff their first victory at Kansas? By Matt Tait
As he prepares for the start of his second season leading the Jayhawks, Kansas football coach David Beaty is keeping his focus on the present and not letting the hopes and excitement of the team's progress and potential knock him off course. By Matt Tait
Tom Keegan believes that it's ridiculous to even think about giving Ryan Lochte another opportunity to represent the USA in swimming after the hateful lies he told at the expense of Brazil, the host country of the just-concluded Olympic Games.
Tom Keegan writes that Kansas won't have any trouble winning its season opener but after that, envisioning another victory gets a little murkier. Quarterback and offensive line are two of seven concerns about the 2016 Jayhawks.
Kansas was in the first all-Central time zone Final Four last fall and is ranked No. 5 in a preseason poll that features three Big Ten and two Big 12 schools. The Jayhawks remain hungry and eager to start the season with today's public exhibition at Horejsi Center.
The loyal KU lettermen who attend various sporting events on the campus of their alma mater lost one from their ranks when Al Kelley, member of the 1952 national-championship team and a 1960 Olympic gold medalist, died last week.
Both the Kansas volleyball and women's basketball programs would benefit from a new facility for their home games — a larger venue for volleyball and a smaller one for women's basketball. By Tom Keegan
The Kansas volleyball team, coming off a 30-3 record and Final Four appearance, has grown so popular that the entire season is sold out. Saturday's 1 p.m. scrimmage at Horejsi will be the last chance for many to see the team live this season.
On-the-job-training for a true freshman, brutally painful though it was at times, has helped Ryan Willis prepare for his sophomore season. Still, he'll only be as good as the protection in front of him.
From the NBA Development League record for three-pointers to the only triple-double in UT-Arlington history, relatives of several current Kansas football players have achieved big things in sports.
Kansas is so deep that Tom Keegan believes that if the Big 12 were allowed to choose one starter to remove from KU's roster it still would be favored to win a 13th consecutive Big 12 title.
Second-year Kansas football coach David Beaty is upbeat about the gains the program has made in strength, speed and recruiting, but also sounds a realistic voice about how far Kansas has to go to compete at Big 12 standards.
First impressions don't always last, but true freshman running back Khalil Herbert is making one for Kansas.