By Robert Sinclair There's at least one thing Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino and his predecessor, Terry Allen, have in common the belief that one of the Jayhawks' strengths is their wide receivers.
By Robert Sinclair Leadership is as critical to a college football team as a 1,000-yard running back or wide receiver, but it can be as elusive as a shutout. "Leadership is something we talk about all the time as a staff," Kansas University coach Mark Mangino said.
By Robert Sinclair The couple of dozen people who attended Kansas University's football practice Wednesday afternoon couldn't always see what was going on across the practice fields, but they had a pretty good idea. "If you can't see it," KU senior linebacker Leo Etienne said, "you can hear it."
By Robert Sinclair There was at least one die-hard Kansas City Royals baseball fan who missed Opening Day at Kauffman Stadium on Monday. "You know, I thought about it," Mark Mangino said with a smile, "but I had some work to do."
By Robert Sinclair When Kansas University's football team takes the field this fall, it will mark the debut of more than just head coach Mark Mangino. The Jayhawks also will take the field in new uniforms when they kick off the 2002 campaign against Iowa State on Aug. 31 in Ames, Iowa.
By Robert Sinclair Sunday was supposed to be a celebration for No. 1-ranked Kansas University, the culmination of a perfect run through the Big 12 Conference.
By Robert Sinclair It should come as no surprise that a freshman point guard set the Big 12 tournament record for assists on Saturday afternoon. The shocker might be the fact that it was Kansas University's Aaron Miles and not acclaimed T.J. Ford of Texas who set the standard.
By Robert Sinclair Following Oklahoma's Big 12 tournament semifinal victory over Texas, OU's Aaron McGhee and Daryan Selvy were asked how the Sooners should play against Kansas University in today's Big 12 title game.
By Robert Sinclair Nebraska senior guard Cary Cochran was looking for redemption against top-ranked Kansas University on Sunday afternoon. Instead, all he found was disappointment.
By Robert Sinclair With starters Kirk Hinrich and Nick Collison in foul trouble, No. 1-ranked Kansas University could have panicked against Nebraska on Sunday afternoon. Instead, the Jayhawks prevailed.