With sophomore point guard Devon Dotson back in the mix, No. 3 Kansas had no problem taking care of business with an 87-70 win over Oklahoma on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.
After trailing for much of the night, No. 3 Kansas took control in the last five-plus minutes to come away with a 58-49 victory over No. 14 West Virginia in WVU Coliseum on Wednesday.
KU’s first possession of the second half really told the whole story of its 60-46 win over TCU Saturday afternoon in Schollmaier Arena.
In a blink of an eye, No. 3 Kansas shut the door on any potential upset bid by Texas Tech. A sequence in the second half helped KU hold off Texas Tech for a 78-75 win on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.
A depleted Kansas men’s basketball team was put to the test in the Big 12/SEC Challenge against Tennessee on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse. In the end, the Jayhawks had the key players necessary to pull off a 74-68 win for their fourth victory in a row.
No. 3 Kansas claimed the first installment of the Sunflower Showdown. And it wasn’t particularly close.
Behind three double-digit scorers, No. 6 Kansas did enough to come away with a 66-57 win over Texas Saturday afternoon in the Erwin Center.
Kansas head coach Bill Self shouldered the blame, but it is unlikely anybody would have faulted him given the circumstances that led to his team's first league loss of the season.
After years of tightly-contested battles between Big 12 foes, the first such matchup of the new decade was anything but that. No. 3 Kansas overwhelmed Iowa State from start to finish in its 79-53 win Wednesday night in Hilton Coliseum.
In an old-school basketball game, KU’s big man stood taller than the rest. A strong second half by center Udoka Azubuike helped No. 3 Kansas power past No. 16 West Virginia, 60-53, Saturday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse.
For the first time in 14 years, the Kansas women’s basketball team will enter Big 12 play with an undefeated record.
It was the type of play that tends to happen when a team is rolling. Late in the third quarter, senior forward Mariane De Carvalho had arguably the play of the year for the Kansas women’s basketball team.
Thanks to a dominant defensive effort out of the gate, No. 5 Kansas earned a 72-56 road win over Stanford Sunday afternoon.
Kansas head coach Les Miles was especially giddy about one position group after the early signing period.
Down goes another No. 1 team. This time, No. 1 Kansas was unable to hang on in a 56-55 loss to No. 18 Villanova Saturday afternoon at Wells Fargo Center. The Jayhawks led by as many as 4 points with 1:49 remaining, but faltered down the stretch.
Kansas City — Even if it wasn’t always pretty, No. 2 Kansas took care of business Saturday night at the Sprint Center.
Behind another strong defensive showing, Kansas was victorious in a top-20 matchup Saturday night at Allen Fieldhouse.
You are what your record says you are. For Kansas, a 3-9 clip in Year 1 of the Les Miles era should be considered a step in the right direction. After all, it matches the best win total of any season by the Jayhawks this decade.
It was not the ending to the 2019 season that Kansas had hoped for. From start to finish, KU was overwhelmed in every aspect of its 61-6 loss to No. 11 Baylor Saturday afternoon at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.
It takes a big-time player to win championship games. And it helps even more if a team has two such players. That is exactly why No. 4 Kansas won its third Maui Invitational with a 90-84 overtime win over Dayton in the championship game Wednesday at the Lahaina Civic Center.
No. 4 Kansas will be playing for a tournament title on Wednesday.
It didn’t end the way the Jayhawks had hoped, but 2019 will always be a special season for the Kansas women’s soccer program.
Kansas goalkeeper Sarah Peters has made 75 saves during a sensational sophomore season. Yet one stop in Big 12 play perfectly illustrated the growth she has made in just one year. Shane Jackson
It was not a happy homecoming for Kansas head coach Les Miles.
It only made sense that it came down to the final minutes. In the end, No. 4 Duke made enough plays down the stretch to secure a 68-66 win over No. 3 Kansas Tuesday night in Madison Square Garden during the first game of the 2019-20 season.
The head coaches for both teams were new. The crowd was a sellout at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium for the first time since 2009. But the result was much of the same.
It was the Kansas fans who received the biggest treat on Halloween night, watching the Jayhawks, with their full complement of weapons for the first time, drub visiting Pittsburg State, 102-42, in the exhibition finale at Allen Fieldhouse. By Shane Jackson
Kansas senior safety Mike Lee didn’t agree with the call, but there was no looking back after it happened.
An already shorthanded Kansas defense lost an integral player within nine minutes Saturday night at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.
Over seven months after a lopsided loss to Auburn in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, Kansas fans got their first look at this year’s No. 3-ranked squad.
Kansas City, Mo. — Life has been different for Chris Beard since leading Texas Tech to the national championship game just six months ago.
With it being the bye week, Kansas head coach Les Miles does not have his usual weekly press conference. That means the Big 12 conference call is the only time that Miles will speak this week, which took place one day after he announced a change at offensive coordinator.
KU’s offense could look a lot different in the second half of the season.
Even under the best of circumstances, Kansas was facing a daunting task when it welcomed sixth-ranked Oklahoma to town.
It was a bit of déjà vu for the Kansas football team.
The blueprint on how to stop Kansas’ offense is out, even if the thought of that sentence seemed preposterous just eight days ago.
To fully understand what plagued Kansas during its 12-7 loss to Coastal Carolina, look no further than one single play early in the fourth quarter.
At the start of the fourth quarter is when it hit junior linebacker Dru Prox. Shane Jackson
Following his first win at Kansas, head coach Les Miles knew exactly who to give the game ball to. Shane Jackson
It was only a matter of time before ‘The Mad Hatter’ decided to spice things up for the Kansas football team.
It wasn’t always pretty, but the Les Miles era got off on the right foot.
Much like any other preseason, the starting quarterback competition has been well-documented ahead of Les Miles’ first year with the Kansas football team. Yet the battle to be the player snapping him the ball has flown under-the-radar. Shane Jackson
Even though the season opener is three days away, Kansas senior safety Jeremiah McCullough can tell this year is going to be different.
For the first time in his collegiate career, Jay Dineen doesn’t have his brother around the Kansas football facility. Shane Jackson
Kansas freshman quarterback Torry Locklin has been unique since the first time he threw a football. Shane Jackson
College football coaches know it is a dangerous game in the offseason. Shane Jackson
It is no secret that the tight end position has changed at nearly every level of football.
It has become a routine during preseason camp. Shane Jackson
The starting quarterback battle isn’t the only competition up in the air for the Kansas football team. Shane Jackson
With the season two weeks away, Kansas offensive line coach Luke Meadows has yet to narrow his unit down to five starters. And that is by design. Shane Jackson