A week ago, Brandon Rush and Darrell Arthur announced their intentions to enter the NBA draft. Today, Mario Chalmers says he will also test the waters of the NBA. Also, several Jayhawk fans react to the news.
Mario Chalmers will enter the 2008 NBA draft. However, Mario announced that he will not sign with an agent. That means Chalmers has the option of returning to school if his pre-draft workouts don't go as planned.
This afternoon, Texas guards D.J. Augustin and A.J. Abrams both announced they will declare for the NBA draft.
It's a Big 12 Championship weekend for conference tennis and golf teams. For the queens of the court, it all starts tomorrow. And for the Kansas Jayhawks, there's reason to be optimistic for not only the opening round, but for the weekend as well...
Today's storm knocked out a Douglas County outdoor storm warning siren at Eagle Bend golf course.
Mississippi State point guard Jamont Gordon has declared for the NBA Draft, but won't hire an agent.
A six-run outburst in the fourth inning gave Wichita State all the scoring it needed Tuesday as the Shockers beat Kansas, 6-4.
The time came when the arm lost its zip. The knees cried for relief. The reflexes just weren't the same, and John Willard Hadl, who never missed a game because of injury, had to put the shoulder pads away for good and end his Hall of Fame-worthy football career.
Blue chip basketball recruit Tyshawn Taylor should feel right at home during his official recruiting visit to Kansas University today and Thursday. Like his Jayhawk hosts, he's a national champion.
You experienced the championship; now you can read the book.
It's been 15 years since the Kansas University football team had a player selected in the first round of the NFL Draft.
Four Kansas University tennis players have been named Academic All-Big 12, including three on the first team, the conference announced on Tuesday.
Sophomore Sarah Vertelka pitched six strong innings to help Kansas University's softball team snap a five-game losing streak with a 10-2 victory Tuesday over UMKC.
Kansas University basketball Coach Bill Self is taking on "soaring rates of childhood obesity and the medical, physical and emotional toll lack of physical exercise and engagement has on America's youth."
Kansas University's football team released its post-spring depth chart on Tuesday, the last hint of where players stand until preseason practices start in August.