Former quarterback Todd Reesing on vibe of 2019 KU spring game

Former quarterback Todd Reesing spoke to reporters Saturday night ahead of the 2019 Spring Game. "There is a lot of energy around the program right now," Reesing said. The blue team, which was the offensive unit, won by a 45-7 margin against the white team. Continue reading


Future Jayhawk Christian Braun named top prep player in KC

For the second year in a row, a future Kansas Jayhawk has hoisted the DiRenna Award trophy, given out annually to the top high school basketball player in the greater Kansas City area. KU signee, Christian Braun, of Blue Valley Northwest, brought home this year’s honor, following ... Continue reading


KU Athletic Director Jeff Long shows off hands in drill during KU football practice

KU Athletic Director Jeff Long competed in a drill during KU football practice Thursday evening. Long has shown multiple times that he is willing to be different than most administrators. His latest example of that was performing the gauntlet, where he caught multiple passes from Kansas quarterbacks. ... Continue reading


KU competes in an open scrimmage ahead of Spring Game For the first time this spring, reporters got to see KU compete in a scrimmage during open practice. [Benton Smith wrote][1] about how the scrimmage provided a glimpse of the current depth chart. Thomas MacVittie was the quarterback for the first unit, while Carter Stanley was ... Continue reading


Open KU football practice provides hints of what depth chart could look like

If Kansas football coach Les Miles and his assistants currently have a depth chart they feel good about during the final stage of spring practices, they’re certainly not making it public. However, during the Jayhawks’ open practice on Thursday — a light, pads-free warmup for Saturday’s spring ... Continue reading


Quarterback Thomas MacVittie excited for first Spring Game with Kansas

Quarterback Thomas MacVittie spoke to reporters Thursday evening. MacVittie says head coach Les Miles is the most excited for Rick Ross. He also spoke about his comfort level with the program ahead of the Spring Game. KU's Spring Game is slated to take place at 6 p.m. ... Continue reading


Is top 5 Class of 2020 prospect R.J. Hampton an option for Kansas in the Class of 2019?

It’s far from a given and might not amount to anything, but the recruitment of Class of 2020 guard R.J. Hampton is a shining example of how things are never as bad as they might seem in recruiting because angles always exist and coaches never stop working. ... Continue reading


Dedric Lawson: ‘People are definitely going to see that I’m better than what they’ve got me projected’

Outside of his friends and family members, you’d be hard pressed to find too many people who believe Dedric Lawson is destined for a long and strong NBA career. “He’s not explosive,” many have critiqued. “He’s too slow,” others say. “He’s a nice player, but he’s not ... Continue reading


Jayhawks higher than expected in early look at 2019-2020 Top 25 rankings

Virginia’s thrilling, overtime victory over Texas Tech in Monday night’s national championship game officially brought the curtain down on another season of college basketball. I’m not sure we’ll ever get tired of telling the stories of the remarkable journey from first 1 seed to lose to a ... Continue reading


A look back at key moments from Dedric Lawson’s lone season as a Jayhawk

After a year of putting up numbers on a nightly basis, redshirt junior Dedric Lawson has [declared for the 2019 NBA Draft][1]. Kansas fans may not have fully appreciated what Lawson accomplished this season, especially given the fact the team was unable to make it past the ... Continue reading


A small hint at a big decision for KU junior Udoka Azubuike

Late in the Big 12 Conference basketball season, Kansas coach Bill Self provided an update on junior center Udoka Azubuike, who missed all but nine games of the 2018-19 season with a hand/wrist injury. In it, sometime in early March, Self explained that Azubuike still had a ... Continue reading


Updating KU’s transfer numbers under Bill Self, with 2 more Jayhawks on the move

Over the past couple of years, as the transfer trend has become more prevalent with the Kansas basketball program, I’ve done periodic updates on what the transfers-in and transfers-out situation has looked like during Bill Self’s time in charge of the program. For the most part, the ... Continue reading


Matchups set for inaugural Big 12-BIG EAST challenge

It’s been on the schedule for a couple of years and was merely folded into the new initiative between the Big 12 Conference and the BIG EAST. Still, next season’s KU-Villanova game in Philadelphia will be the headliner in the inaugural Big 12-BIG EAST battle, which will ... Continue reading


Former KU guard Lagerald Vick says goodbye

Senior Night took place on March 9 and went by with very little fanfare seeing how the 2018-19 Kansas basketball roster had no seniors in uniform that night. But Thursday afternoon, just before 1:30 p.m., the lone senior on the 2018-19 KU roster finally got to say ... Continue reading


‘Painful’ early-morning conditioning work introduced Jayhawks to Les Miles’ standards

Don’t bring up the Kansas football team’s offseason conditioning sessions around Thomas MacVittie if you don’t want an honest response. And if for some reason there happen to be children nearby when you do broach the subject with the junior quarterback, just tell the kids to earmuff ... Continue reading


Les Miles on mistakes KU has made during spring practice

Les Miles spoke to reporters following practice Tuesday afternoon. Miles talked about mistakes the Jayhawks have made during spring practice, and about what players have impressed him thus far. The Spring Game is slated to take place Saturday, April 13. Continue reading


Position drills from Tuesday’s KU football practice Highlights from KU's football practice Tuesday afternoon. The Jayhawks began spring practice on March 6. This is the first year with Miles at the helm, as Kansas went 3-9 in 2018. The Spring Game is slated to take place on April 13. Continue reading


A quick look back at “The Best” of the 2018-19 KU basketball season

With the 2018-19 Kansas basketball season now a thing of the past, most KU fans are probably more than happy to move on. And who could blame them? The Jayhawks’ most recent basketball run was full of rocky moments, rough patches and tough stretches, and the Jayhawks, ... Continue reading


A closer look at new KU target Harlond Beverly

With just two players signed in the Class of 2019 and the potential need for as many as four more, the Kansas basketball coaching staff continues to pound the pavement in search of future Jayhawks and new names are turning up every week. The newest name on ... Continue reading


Familiar Four: 2018-19 Jayhawks faced 3 of the 4 teams in this year’s Final Four

There’s little doubt that Kansas basketball fans do not find the Final Four to be nearly as enjoyable when the Jayhawks aren’t in it. But there may be a small silver lining to this year’s foursome. Finalized on Sunday, with thrilling victories by 2 seed Michigan State ... Continue reading