Gary Woodland stays hot on Sunday, finishes tied for 5th at Workday Charity Open

On Friday, former University of Kansas golf standout Gary Woodland was in danger of missing the cut for a second consecutive tournament on the PGA Tour. By early Sunday afternoon, Woodland was in the clubhouse with a Top 5 finish and one of the best weekends of ... Continue reading


Gary Woodland’s 66 in Round 3 moves him into contention at Workday Charity Open

Riding the momentum from a strong finish to Round 2 on Friday, former University of Kansas golfer Gary Woodland delivered one of the best rounds of the day on Saturday at the Workday Charity Open in Dublin, Ohio. The former Jayhawk put himself firmly in contention for ... Continue reading


Gary Woodland finishes strong to make cut at Workday Charity Open

Former University of Kansas golfer Gary Woodland used a furious rally late in his second round to make the cut at 3-under par for the tournament at the Workday Charity Open in Dublin, Ohio. Woodland sat in a tie for 29th when the second round was suspended ... Continue reading


Four former Jayhawk greats to participate in 3-on-3 pay-per-view tourney in Las Vegas

Four former Kansas basketball standouts will be among the 30 players participating in a made-for-pay-per-view basketball event in Las Vegas later this month. KU national champions Mario Chalmers, Darnell Jackson and Brandon Rush, along with former NBA lottery pick Julian Wright, are all on different teams at ... Continue reading


Kansas senior Kyle Mayberry makes public plea to NCAA for full football season

With Thursday's news that the Big Ten [won't be playing nonconference games in 2020,][1] college football players seem to be realizing that their fall season is in jeopardy — including one KU player who's asking the NCAA for help. “Dear @NCAA, Please don’t jeopardize my last season ... Continue reading


Gary Woodland shoots 1-over at Round 1 of Workday Charity Open

Former University of Kansas golfer Gary Woodland returned to action from a one-week break to shoot a one-over 73 during Thursday’s opening round of the Workday Charity Open in Dublin, Ohio. Woodland started his round on the back nine and went bogey-birdie-bogey-birdie to get things started. He ... Continue reading


What options might KU football have if nonconference games are eliminated from the 2020 schedule?

With college football schedules being reshaped and shifted on an almost daily basis right now, it’s time to take a look at what options Kansas might have if the winds of change blow through the Big 12 Conference. Big Ten officials announced Thursday that they were eliminating ... Continue reading


Wild Wednesday in college athletics a sign of things to come?

Even if no games were played, Wednesday was one of the biggest, most eventful days in college sports I can remember. First, Stanford announced it was cutting 11 of its 36 varsity sports, a scary move for the rest of college athletics that could be the beginning ... Continue reading


Ivy League scheduling changes could impact Kansas basketball

The University of Kansas may soon be facing its first scheduling conflict from the COVID-19 pandemic. According to reports, the Ivy League decided on Wednesday that all of its fall sports seasons had been canceled and that the league’s winter sports seasons would not begin until after ... Continue reading


Time to pull the plug on the idea of fans in the stands in 2020

The only thing sports leaders should be promoting for fans right now is big-screen televisions, because the only way sports will have a chance to resume is if teams stay isolated and fans stay home. Even without fans, it’s far from a guarantee that things will go ... Continue reading


Kansas coach Bill Self in no hurry to determine who plays where during 2020-21 season

The Kansas men's basketball team will be welcoming a handful of new faces and seeking to replace popular starters Devon Dotson and Udoka Azubuike in the upcoming season, but coach Bill Self is hardly concerned with roles and minutes right now. “As far as tinkering and stuff, ... Continue reading


Former Jayhawk Tyshawn Taylor fills up the stat sheet in TBT loss with the Stillwater Stars

Despite being decked out in black and orange instead of crimson and blue, former Kansas point guard Tyshawn Taylor filled up the stat sheet in the Stillwater Stars’ opening-round loss at The Basketball Tournament on Saturday. Taylor, [who teamed with fellow former Jayhawk Naadir Tharpe to join ... Continue reading


The return of the Percentage Wheel, a look at KU’s 2020-21 strengths and weaknesses and a little recruiting

There's no time like the present to get back to our "Ask Us Anything" blog, which will feature questions from readers about KU hoops, KU football and anything else on your minds. We got a bunch of good questions this week and look forward to more in ... Continue reading


Louisiana WR Keon Coleman picks Kansas over Oklahoma, South Carolina

At an outdoor Fourth of July barbecue on Saturday night in his hometown of Opelousas, Louisiana, Class of 2021 wide receiver Keon Coleman orally committed to play football at Kansas. The two-sport athlete who also hopes to play basketball in college picked KU over Oklahoma and South ... Continue reading


A couple of options for a Kansas men’s basketball Mount Rushmore

KU asked. So I figured I’d answer. OK, so they didn’t ask me specifically. Instead, the Kansas men's basketball Twitter account recently put out a tweet that asked all of its 930,000 followers one simple question. Who’s on your KU basketball Mount Rushmore? I know people have ... Continue reading


Kansas gaining serious momentum in pursuit of Class of 2021 WR Keon Coleman

Three-star wide receiver Keon Coleman will announce his college choice on Saturday and it’s not nearly as cut and dry as it once seemed. Down to a final three of Kansas, Oklahoma and South Carolina, some late movement has indicated that the Jayhawks are very much alive ... Continue reading


Former Jayhawks Tyshawn Taylor, Naadir Tharpe ready to ride with Oklahoma State alums in 2020 TBT

The Self Made KU alumni squad won't be in this year’s field at The Basketball Tournament, but that doesn't mean the Jayhawks won't be represented. Former KU point guards Tyshawn Taylor and Naadir Tharpe have joined a team of Oklahoma State alumni in the annual tournament, which ... Continue reading


KU cracks final five for 6-foot-6 Class of 2021 SG Matthew Cleveland

The Kansas men’s basketball program recently made the final five for Class of 2021 shooting guard Matthew Cleveland. Cleveland, who announced a top five of KU, Florida State, Michigan, North Carolina State and Stanford on Twitter, is a 6-foot-6, 190-pound, four-star shooting guard from Atlanta’s Pace Academy, ... Continue reading


‘Hawks in the NBA: Morris twins ready to heat up Los Angeles

*Slated to begin on April 19, the 2020 NBA playoffs and the end of the 2019-20 NBA season were put on hold because of the COVID-19 health crisis.* *League officials recently announced the approval of the NBA’s plan to restart play in July, leaving 22 teams still ... Continue reading


Two-sport standout Keon Coleman to announce college choice on Saturday

Kansas football target Keon Coleman has entered the final week of his recruitment and plans to make his choice on Saturday. Talk about adding a little extra boom to your Fourth of July. The three-star wide receiver (Coleman is a four-star prospect in the 247 rankings) who ... Continue reading