For Brandon McAnderson, leading rusher for Kansas during its 12-1 Orange Bowl season, what started as a project intended to help his cousin ended up as a means of helping his alma mater.
As spectacular as the Kansas Orange Bowl team's offense was, the defense coordinated by Bill Young was even better.
Former Kansas University standout Darrell Stuckey likes what he’s seen of the 2014 KU football team. “I’ve been working out with them, actually,” Stuckey said during a break at his youth camp on Saturday at Free State High. “I had an opportunity to speak to them, and it was phenomenal. They’ve been working hard all offseason, and they’re willing to do what it takes to win." By Matt Tait
Kansas always has held a special place in the heart of former Kansas University safety and current San Diego Charger Darrell Stuckey, so what he did Saturday at Free State High should come as no surprise. But because football clinics in today’s world are big-time money-makers for athletes and coaches, Stuckey’s free camp at Free State seemed all the more impressive. By Matt Tait
Former Kansas University offensive coordinator Ed Warinner, now coaching with Ohio State football, reflects on his record-setting partnership with quarterback Todd Reesing during the Mark Mangino era. By Tom Keegan
Ohio State offensive line coach and co-offensive coordinator Ed Warinner, who got his start at Kansas University under Mark Mangino, says coaching college football with Urban Meyer and the Buckeyes has been a dream job. By Tom Keegan
Two of the most memorable players from the Kansas University football program’s Orange Bowl appearances (1969 and 2008) will team up tonight at a book-signing appearance.
Two bowl victories and a national basketball championship make the Jayhawks the number one sports story of the year.
Kansas Jayhawks head to Arizona for the Insight Bowl.
Kansas has beaten North Carolina again, this time when it comes to proceeds from sales of officially licensed merchandise.
A national basketball championship and an Orange Bowl victory weren't enough to secure ESPN's TitleTown honors for Lawrence.
Between bouts of rain and trips to the trucks to avoid lightning, Kansas Turnpike Authority workers Wednesday raised a new exit sign to three I-beams along Interstate 70 east of Lawrence.
Can Lawrence compete with the likes of Boston, Los Angeles and Detroit? What about Ann Arbor, Mich., Williamsport, Pa., and Valdosta, Ga.? ESPN thinks it can, and to prove it, the sports network today named Lawrence a finalist in its "TitleTown USA" competition, which seeks to name the country's top championship city.
I wasn't there for Bob Hemenway's commencement address, but I know many folks who heard it weren't pleased with the Kansas University chancellor. Hemenway, they felt, put too much emphasis on the Jayhawks' football and men's basketball accomplishments and not enough on academics.
Politicians put aside their differences Friday to honor Kansas University's men's basketball, football and debate teams.