Les Miles: Carter Stanley still KU’s No. 1 QB

Kansas football coach Les Miles explained following his team’s 31-13 defeat at No. 25 Oklahoma State on Saturday what led to a change at quarterback in the third quarter. “We were just looking for a spark. See if we could get something going,” Miles said. “We like ... Continue reading


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Getting to know: Oklahoma State football

It has been two weeks since Kansas had a dud performance against Kansas State in front of a sellout crowd at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. The bye week came at an opportune time for the Jayhawks, who fell flat in a 38-10 loss. It gave them ... Continue reading


Monmouth coach King Rice expands on ending of KU’s lopsided win Monmouth coach King Rice spoke to reporters Friday night in Allen Fieldhouse following KU's 112-57 win. Monmouth guard George Papas delivered a dunk in transition off a steal during the final seconds, which ultimately led to a technical. Rice then apologized after the game for how ... Continue reading


KU head coach Bill Self after 112-57 win over Monmouth Kansas head coach Bill Self spoke to reporters Friday night at Allen Fieldhouse following a 112-57 win over Monmouth. Six different players scored in double figures for the Jayhawks, who cruised to their second win in a row. Kansas his 14 3-pointers as a team in ... Continue reading


David McCormack on KU’s strong start against Monmouth

Kansas David McCormack talked about KU's strong start against Monmouth Friday night at Allen Fieldhouse. McCormack finished with 17 points and 11 rebounds in 15 minutes of action. Silvio De Sousa started in place of McCormack Friday night. KU (2-1) will now play host to East Tennessee ... Continue reading


KU players following a 112-57 win over Monmouth

Isaiah Moss, Silvio De Sousa and David McCormack spoke to reporters after KU's 112-57 win over Monmouth Friday night at Allen Fieldhouse. As a team, the Jayhawks hit 14 3-pointers on 30 attempts. Moss went 5-for-6 from long range, scoring a team-high 21 points. Six players scored ... Continue reading


KU senior Isaiah Moss gets hot, tops ratings in runaway, 112-57 win over Monmouth

**1 – Isaiah Moss –** Looked a step closer to 100% and was absolutely lights out from 3-point range. Every shot looked so good when it left his hand and he finished with 21 points in 15 minutes on 5-of-6 shooting from 3-point range. You can see ... Continue reading


Getting to know: Monmouth basketball

There should be no reason that the Jayhawks overlook their latest opponent. Just a few days ago, Monmouth led the defending Big 12 co-champions, Kansas State, by nine points at halftime in Manhattan. The Wildcats then clamped down defensively against the Hawks in the second half to ... Continue reading


Pick 6: Best bets for Week 12 of college football

**Best bet:** Texas (+7) at Iowa State It is funny how much things change over the course of a season. Earlier in the year, I was constantly fading Texas. Now, I’m backing the Longhorns because I think the market went too far in the opposite direction. This ... Continue reading


Center Udoka Azubuike on how his role changes in four-guard lineup

Kansas center Udoka Azubuike spoke to reporters Thursday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Azubuike was asked about how his role changes between the four-guard lineup and the two-big lineup. The two lineup options have been the story of the season during KU's 1-1 start to the 2019-20 campaign. ... Continue reading


Marcus Garrett on how KU is defending ball screens this year

Kansas junior Marcus Garrett spoke to reporters Thursday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Garrett talked about how KU is defending ball screens differently compared to what it has done in the past. Kansas (1-1) plays host to Monmouth at 7 p.m. Friday. Continue reading


Bill Self might prove more patient with KU’s 2-big lineups than expected

Don’t bury this Kansas basketball team’s two-big lineups just yet. Bill Self hasn’t. It doesn’t even sound like he has bothered locating his shovel. KU’s head coach wants to see more evidence of what combinations of Udoka Azubuike, David McCormack and Silvio De Sousa can do for ... Continue reading


KU coach Bill Self on big lineup and impact of 2020 recruiting class

Kansas coach Bill Self spoke to reporters during his weekly availability Thursday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. The Jayhawks recently landed three commitments for the Class of 2020, and Self was able to talk about the importance of doing so. Self also provided more insight on what he ... Continue reading


Gethro Muscadin makes commitment official, gives Kansas 3 signees in 2020 recruiting class

All three Kansas basketball commitments in the 2020 recruiting class now have sent their letters of intent to Lawrence. Four-star center Gethro Muscadin, a 6-10 big man from Aspire Academy in Louisville, became the final piece of the puzzle on Thursday morning, [joining juco wing Tyon Grant-Foster ... Continue reading


The next names to watch in Kansas Basketball’s 2020 recruiting efforts

With three Class of 2020 commitments expected to make their pledges to Kansas official by signing letters of intent sometime today, the recruiting rolls on for the Kansas basketball program. Landing five-star guard Tulsa guard Bryce Thompson on Tuesday was massive news and that pick up positions ... Continue reading


Former Jayhawk Sam Cunliffe helps Evansville knock off No. 1 Kentucky at Rupp Arena

Any time Kentucky falls, a not-so-small section of the Kansas basketball fan base lets out a little cheer. When that loss comes at the hands of someone who is tied to the KU program, that cheer gets a little louder. That was exactly what happened on Tuesday ... Continue reading


KU’s defense must fix issues against mobile quarterbacks ahead of matchup with OSU

It was an interesting comment, and one that could ultimately explain a recent stretch by KU’s defense. Kansas State quarterback Skylar Thompson recorded 127 yards and three scores on the ground via 17 attempts during a 38-10 win over Kansas in the Sunflower Showdown two weeks ago. ... Continue reading


5-star guard Bryce Thompson the latest recruit to show faith in Kansas despite looming NCAA allegations

[On Tuesday morning, new Kansas commitment Bryce Thompson][1] became the latest member of the 2020 recruiting class to show that the NCAA allegations surrounding the Kansas men’s basketball program did not bother him. Following in the footsteps of recent KU commitments Gethro Muscadin and Tyon Grant-Foster, who ... Continue reading


Coming off another bye, KU is a double-digit underdog against Oklahoma State

Coming off a bye week, not many people are expecting Kansas football to compete this weekend. If that sounds familiar, that is because it just happened in October. The Jayhawks promoted Brent Dearmon to offensive coordinator during the bye week before they were ultimately a 22-point underdog ... Continue reading