KU football beat writer Matt Tait and Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan share a few of the names and faces they'll be watching during Saturday's spring game at Memorial Stadium.
KUSports.com's Tom Keegan and Matt Tait were in attendance for the duration of Tuesday's KU football open practice and each came away with some unique observations and nuggets of information about Charlie Weis' second KU squad.
The Kansas University football team may be off this week for spring break, but that doesn't mean the guys at KUsports.com are. Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan and KU football beat writer Matt Tait recently sat down to talk about ...
This year's NCAA Tournament bracket became official Sunday night, and in the hours since KUsports.com's Tom Keegan and Matt Tait looked inside and out at the match-ups and teams in all four regions. Here's what they came up with for ...
From which teams can win it to players to watch and championship predictions, Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan and KU beat writer Matt Tait size up this year's Big 12 tournament at Sprint Center.
Journal-World sports writers Tom Keegan and Matt Tait examine what the Kansas University men's basketball team might do if red-shirt freshman Ben McLemore is sidelined for any amount of time after suffering an ankle injury during Monday's victory against Baylor.
The guys (Matt Tait, Jesse Newell) discuss a hodgepodge of topics before the end of 2012. The guys talk about KU's impressive road win over Ohio State and also KU football's recruiting strides, especially with top-ranked juco players. The two ...
Lawrence Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan joins Matt Tait to talk about the KU point guard's slow start and where he goes from here.
KUsports.com football beat writer Matt Tait and sports editor Tom Keegan discuss the flurry of junior-college commitments the Kansas University football program has picked up in the past few days.
The guys (Tom Keegan, Matt Tait, Jesse Newell) give their quick thoughts on the Kansas football team's 1-11 record in 2012 before looking to the future. The three go position by position to examine KU's strengths and also its needs ...