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


Key dates for Jayhawks who might be considering leaving KU early

With another Kansas basketball season now in the books and uncertainty on the horizon for the KU roster, it’s time to take a quick look at some key dates that could have an impact on the Jayhawks both today and in the future. We all know that ... Continue reading


Quarterbacks, receivers compete in KU’s open practice

Quarterbacks and receivers compete in KU's open practice at the indoor facility Thursday afternoon. The top contenders for the starting quarterback job figure to be junior Thomas MacVittie, who transferred to KU ahead of the spring semester, and redshirt senior Carter Stanley. The Spring Game is slated ... Continue reading


2 KU targets deliver solid showings at annual McDonald’s All-American game

Generally speaking, the annual McDonald’s All-American game featuring some of the top talent in high school basketball, is not confused for a regular basketball game. From the style of play to the final score and the highlight-reel moments that fill the court, the game is more of ... Continue reading


Shakial Taylor on flying under the radar during NFL Draft process

Shakial Taylor spoke to reporters following an impressive performance at KU Pro Day. Taylor said he felt like his performance in front of NFL Scouts put him on the radar. "I feel like my performance today is going to make them turn on the game film from ... Continue reading


After competing in NFL combine, Daniel Wise felt more prepared during KU Pro Day

Daniel Wise spoke to reporters Wednesday after competing in KU's Pro Day. After competing in the NFL combine in early March, Wise said he felt more prepared for the Pro Day at Kansas. Wise also talked about what is next in the NFL Draft process and what ... Continue reading


Joe Dineen on what is next after tweaking hamstring during Kansas Pro Day

Linebacker Joe Dineen Jr. spoke to reporters Wednesday after competing in Kansas Pro Day. Dineen tweaked his hamstring on the 40-yard dash, which ended his day early. Dineen says he has a workout with the Chiefs, and he hopes to be able to compete in every drill ... Continue reading


KU AD Jeff Long: Still no word on Silvio De Sousa’s appeal

The review of the appeal of the NCAA’s suspension of Kansas sophomore Silvio De Sousa remains ongoing and KU officials say they’re working on it “daily.” Kansas Athletic Director Jeff Long said as much Tuesday night on the second edition of “Hawk Talk” with Jeff Long on ... Continue reading


Les Miles on how KU has looked during spring practice

Les Miles spoke to reporters following KU's outdoor 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 2019 Spring Game is slated to take place on Saturday, April ... Continue reading


KU football hosts outdoor practice on Tuesday Sights and sounds from KU's football practice Tuesday afternoon. The Jayhawks, who are under the direction of head coach Les Miles, began spring practice on March 6. This is the first year with Miles at the helm, as Kansas went 3-9 in 2018. The 2019 Spring ... Continue reading


Breaking down the future of KU’s basketball roster

Well, here we are. It’s the first Monday following the end of another Kansas basketball season and, predictably, the skies are gray and cloudy around Lawrence, Kansas, and there’s a slight breeze and still a chill in the air. Not to worry, KU fans. The forecast for ... Continue reading


Once Jayhawks digest dismaying loss, they’ll use early March exit as motivation

As much as the Kansas basketball players who lived through Saturday’s second-round NCAA Tournament encounter with Auburn would like to wipe the night full of lowlight memories from their heads, that’s not the way season-ending defeats work. These types of losses frustrate, linger and fester. But eventually ... Continue reading


2020 PF names KU in top 8

2020 PF Isaiah Cottrell released his top eight school on Sunday, and Kansas is still one of the schools Cottrell is considering. The 6'10" PF from Bishop Gorman High School in Las Vegas officially visited Kansas earlier this month when the Jayhawks hosted Baylor. Cottrell's list of ... Continue reading


KU Sports Extra - The End of a Rocky Road for Kansas Basketball

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Postgame Report Card: Auburn 89, Kansas 75

Salt Lake City — Grades for five aspects of the Kansas basketball team’s 89-75 loss to Auburn in the second round of the NCAA Tournament. Offense: C- ---------- Kansas would need some form of life offensively in the first half to keep Auburn within reach, but didn’t ... Continue reading


Saturday’s 2nd half was all about pride, but the season-ending loss was still devastating for Kansas

Salt Lake City — It was not words that were the currency of choice in the Kansas locker room following [Saturday’s 89-75 loss to 5th-seeded Auburn in the second round of the NCAA Tournament,][1] but sounds and sniffles and pauses and sighs. That was all that was ... Continue reading


K.J. Lawson details KU’s defensive problems vs. Auburn

After Auburn ended the Kansas basketball team’s season in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, sophomore K.J. Lawson explained how issues on the defensive end of the floor made a rally difficult. “You can’t trade baskets when you’re down,” Lawson said. “And we just didn’t put ... Continue reading


Devon Dotson: Jayhawks’ season ended in painful fashion

In an emotional Kansas locker room Saturday night in Salt Lake City, Devon Dotson tried to put into words the various emotions that accompanied a season-ending loss for Kansas. “It hurts,” Dotson said, wearing a towel on top of his head while surrounded by reporters and cameras. ... Continue reading


Dedric Lawson on KU’s struggles vs. Auburn

Following a season-ending defeat against Auburn, Dedric Lawson explains what went wrong for the Jayhawks. “It was their shooting ability,” Lawson said of one of many keys to the Tigers’ success. “They made every shot in the first half. Made eight 3’s.” Lawson finished the loss with ... Continue reading