Mangino 'very comfortable' with replay

Coach addresses changes, 2005 season at breakfast

Instant replay officiating -- like it or not -- is coming to Big 12 Conference football this fall.

Woodling: FAU? Wait, who?

Yes, Kansas University football fans, there really is a Florida Atlantic University.

Kansas considering background checks

Recruits could come under greater scrutiny

Background checks might not be confined just to certain jobs in the private sector in the future. Colleges like Kansas University - hit with controversy and negative publicity after J.R. Giddens was stabbed in the calf in a May 19 melee outside the Moon Bar, combined with John Randle getting booted off the football team following legal issues - at least have discussed the possibility of having firms investigate prospective players.

CB Gordon honored; Jets slice Whittemore

Kansas University junior cornerback Charles Gordon has been named to the Blue Ribbon College Football Yearbook All-America Team. Gordon led the Big 12 Conference and tied for the NCAA Division I-A lead with seven interceptions last season.

K.C. prep picks Kansas

Kansas University's football team picked up a nonbinding oral commitment Sunday from Kansas City (Kan.) Washington High defensive end Jamal Greene.

Randle might be made to speak of alcohol

Prosecutors are recommending that a former Kansas University football player speak out about the effects of alcohol as part of his sentence for two counts of battery.

Kansas football camp scrapped

The rain, rain won't go away. So the Great Plains Shootout will have to. The annual 7-on-7 football camp at Kansas University was slated for today, but was wiped out because of Friday's rain and the forecast for more.

Mayer: Mather worked tirelessly to improve Kansas football

Chuck Mather has been reading Journal-World stories about Bobby Douglass's involvement in the resurgence of Lawrence's Hotel Eldridge. The reaction establishes Chuck as the president of the Douglass Fan Club. Not for Bobby's emergence as a hotel magnate but as a Kansas University All-America football quarterback whose professional career was blunted by lackluster coaching and a dearth of top-flight receivers.

Full house expected for summer KU football drills

Another summer is here, and with it comes another flawless roll call for voluntary summer workouts for the Kansas University football team.

Mangino leery of certain bars

Coach cautions players about recent trouble spots

The latest incident involving Kansas University men's basketball player J.R. Giddens opens a complex issue dealing with the nightlife of high-profile college athletes. After Giddens was stabbed in the calf during an after-hours brawl on May 19 outside the Moon Bar, 821 Iowa, KU athletic director Lew Perkins told the Kansas City Star there was a list of "three or four" places that all student-athletes were told not to attend, and the Moon Bar was one of them.

Football to use instant replay

The Big 12 Conference on Wednesday moved one rubber-stamp vote away from approving instant replay in football games.

Texas claims mythical Big 12 all-sports crown

Jayhawks climb to ninth overall, bolstered by sixth-place finish from women; men place eighth

In unofficial Big 12 Conference all-sports tabulations, Kansas University remained a second-division school in 2004-05.

Whittemore joins ex-Jayhawks on Jets

Former Kansas University quarterback Bill Whittemore is going to get another shot at the NFL.

6Sports video: Big 12 finalizes replay system

The conference will use the replays on an experimental basis this season.

6Sports video: Whittemore gets shot in NFL

Despite the naysaying scouts, former KU quarterback has signed a free agent deal with the New York Jets.