Azur Kamara on KU linebackers: ‘We fly around every practice’

Azur Kamara spoke to reporters Thursday afternoon during preseason camp. Head coach Les Miles spoke highly of the linebacker position during his press conference, which was his second of preseason camp. "We fly around every practice," Kamara said. Continue reading


Highlights from KU’s defense during open practice

Defensive highlights from a portion of KU’s open practice at the indoor facility Thursday morning. The defensive line, linebackers and defensive backs all competed in individual drills during the 45 minutes that was open to the media. While the secondary figures to be KU's strength this season, ... Continue reading


Highlights from KU’s offense during open practice A look at the offensive side of the ball during a portion of KU's practice that was open to the media on Thursday, Aug. 8, 2019. This video includes quarterbacks, running backs, receivers and offensive line during individual drills. Sophomore running back Pooka Williams Jr., who ... Continue reading


Episode 9: Beats Headphones & Running (w/ T-Rob)


Former Jayhawk Thomas Robinson on future in the NBA Former Kansas standout Thomas Robinson spoke to reporters Monday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. “When I rolled through, I got to thinking about when I was walking through campus with my teammates. Funny moments behind certain spots,” Robinson said. “The Towers parking lot, I got all the ... Continue reading


2021 PF JT Thor to reclassify

Former Huntington Prep PF JT Thor announced on Sunday that he will reclassify from the 2021 class to the 2020 class. Thor will also transfer from Huntington Prep to Norcross High School in Georgia. The 6'9" PF was considered to be one of the top ranked forwards ... Continue reading


KU walk-on Chris Teahan taking upperclassman role seriously

Former walk-on Tyler Self played just 95 minutes in 45 games during his five-year Kansas career and, outside of a memorable 3-point shot in the 2017 NCAA Tournament, very few of them produced any kind of lasting memories. But after paying his dues and staying out of ... Continue reading


Happy with bogey at Lake Shawnee Golf Course’s signature hole

The drive into the Lake Shawnee Golf Course parking lot provides an indication of what you’re in for right away For those golfers intimidated by trees, rolling hills and even more trees, you might keep your head turned to the right until you park your car. Known ... Continue reading


KU coach Les Miles on start of preseason camp Kansas coach Les Miles spoke to reporters Friday afternoon following the first practice of the 2019 preseason camp. Miles talked about how the first practice went and what he hopes to accomplish before the start of the season. Miles was asked about what it means to ... Continue reading


Former Jayhawk Frank Mason III fired up to play with NBA’s reigning MVP in Milwaukee

Former Kansas point guard Frank Mason III was back in Lawrence on Friday, conducting the third and final day of the Kansas tour of his annual summer camp. With the help of former K-State guard Will Spradling, Mason ran through drills, showed off his skills and interacted ... Continue reading


Kansas freshman Jalen Wilson enjoying adjustment to becoming a Jayhawk

It’s been a little more than six weeks since Jalen Wilson first stepped foot on KU’s campus with the knowledge that he would be wearing crimson and blue next season. And in that short time, Wilson has immersed himself in all things Kansas basketball tradition. Talking about ... Continue reading


New golf challenge begins Saturday

Nine courses, nine of the toughest holes they have to offer and an entertaining mix of what I hope will be a few good shots and a handful of tips to help play them. That’s the goal for our latest “Tee Off With Tait” promotion, which will ... Continue reading


Episode 8: Self Made

[Now that this thing is off the ground,][1] it's time to move on to Episode No. 8 of the new "Foul Shots" podcast with "Rock Chalk Sports Talk" host Nick Schwerdt and former KU guard Elijah Johnson. In this week's episode, Elijah and Nick talk about their ... Continue reading


KU freshman Tristan Enaruna a big part of home country’s offense at FIBA U18 European Championship

This blog was updated at 3:20 p.m. Wednesday, July 31, 2019 Still overseas in Greece, playing with the Netherlands national team in the U18 FIBA European Championship, Kansas freshman Tristan Enaruna's summer run with his countrymen came to an end on Wednesday. Enaruna, who helped the Dutch ... Continue reading

1’s Andy Katz picks KU in 2020 Final Four

With all of those way-too-early preseason polls now a thing of the past, it’s time to transition into the era of media types making their Final Four picks long before the 2019-20 college basketball season begins or the bracket is even formed. One such prognosticator made his ... Continue reading


Remembering Max

As the news of the passing of Max Falkenstien sinks in, hundreds of Falkenstien fans — whether they knew him or not — have taken to Twitter to celebrate the longtime KU broadcaster who was a friend to everyone and an ambassador for all things KU. For ... Continue reading


Wisconsin Herd name former Jayhawk Chase Buford next head coach

Add another head coach to the Bill Self coaching tree. Former Kansas walk-on Chase Buford, who played for Self at KU from 2007-10, has been named the head coach of the Wisconsin Herd, the NBA’s G League affiliate of the Milwaukee Bucks. Buford, 30, becomes the second ... Continue reading


2019 Rock Chalk Roundball Classic raises $185,000

The final numbers are in and this year’s event was another record breaker for Brian Hanni’s Rock Chalk Roundball Classic. After raising roughly half a million dollars during the first 10 years of the event, [the 11th annual charity basketball game which took place back in June ... Continue reading


KU-related recruiting storylines from last weekend’s USA Basketball mini-camp in Colorado Springs

Fresh off another strong showing at last weekend’s USA Basketball mini-camp in Colorado Springs, Class of 2020 guard Bryce Thompson started talking timeline for a decision. “I may end up getting it done before my senior season starts just so that I can play freely, have fun ... Continue reading


Former Jayhawk Perry Ellis updates fans on TBT injury through YouTube video

Former KU forward Perry Ellis was injured in what proved to be a short-lived run through the TBT tournament last week with Self Made in Wichita, bringing into question the status of Ellis’ immediate professional future. Just nine days before Self Made’s Round 1 loss, Ellis inked ... Continue reading