The weight room gains of dozens of current and future Jayhawks eventually will be traced back to a dog named Hunter. This is the story of Ramsey Nijem’s beginning in strength and conditioning and how his path brought him to Kansas. By Matt Tait
It’s been a busy stretch of recruiting for the Kansas basketball coaching staff, which traveled around the country last week to check in on some of KU’s top targets in the 2020 class. By Matt Tait
Iowa graduate transfer Isaiah Moss has been on KU’s campus for about a month but already has shown he fits in well. By Matt Tait
A college basketball recruiting fixer who revealed that he had made illicit payments to University of Kansas basketball players will not spend any more time in jail for his actions in the college basketball corruption case.
As far as introductions go, the one Kansas junior Marcus Garrett had with new KU strength coach Ramsey Nijem on Monday morning during Day 1 of boot camp still had him smiling hours later. By Matt Tait
Although the 2019 edition of KU men’s basketball boot camp will feature the same drills and challenges as most years, it also will have a new look. By Matt Tait
A 28-year-old NBA strength coach has been hired to replace Andrea Hudy with the Kansas basketball program, KU coach Bill Self announced Wednesday afternoon. By Matt Tait
A federal judge has denied the NCAA’s request for evidence in the college basketball corruption trial that may have included information about the University of Kansas basketball program’s recruiting practices.
Although Late Night and the season opener remain in the distance, the start of another school year marks the unofficial beginning of a new journey for the Kansas men’s basketball program. And what a journey it’s been already. By Matt Tait
It all came down to a simple question: Would you rather fight 12 tiny Bill Selfs or one giant Les Miles? By Braden Shaw
For a little more than an hour on Saturday afternoon, 1,000 friends, family members, admirers and KU fans packed the Lied Center to celebrate the life and legacy of late Kansas broadcaster Max Falkenstien. By Matt Tait
Few moments are more valuable to the Kansas basketball program than the early days of summer when returning sophomores offer help to incoming freshman trying to figure things out for the first time. By Matt Tait
The process to replace two longtime Kansas Athletics sports performance employees is underway and KU Athletic Director Jeff Long hopes to have at least one hire made in the next two weeks. By Matt Tait
After 15 years at a place that, “means the world” to her, Kansas basketball strength and conditioning coach Andrea Hudy is officially leaving KU. By Matt Tait
Longtime Kansas basketball strength and conditioning coach Andrea Hudy is leaving KU for a job at Texas, both Hudy and Kansas coach Bill Self confirmed to the Journal-World late Thursday night. By Matt Tait