It won’t impact the Kansas University basketball team’s on-the-court lineup, but coach Bill Self announced Wednesday one of his Jayhawks suffered a season-ending injury.
Kansas Univeristy’s Chase Hanna and Daniel Hudson tied for third, and the Jayhawks’ men’s golf team won the Badger Invitational on Tuesday.
Major-college prospect Mitchell Ballock, a 6-foot-4 junior combo guard from Eudora High, had successful surgery Monday to repair a torn labrum in his left shoulder, his mom told the Journal-World. By Gary Bedore
The NCAA banned the SMU men’s basketball team from postseason play Tuesday, suspended coach Larry Brown for nine games and took away nine scholarships over the next three seasons, after concluding that he lied to its investigators and ignored a case of academic fraud involving one of his players.
Driving a wooden peg into the ground, putting a dimpled golf ball on top of it, taking dead aim with a stick from 140 yards a way and hitting it so precisely that it drops into a hole in the ground that measures 4.25 inches in diameter isn’t supposed to be as easy as Alvamar Country Club fixture Jerry Waugh makes it look. By Tom Keegan
Sniffling and congested but still smiling, as he always seems to be, Kansas University quarterback Montell Cozart met with the media on Tuesday to discuss the Jayhawks’ upcoming battle with Iowa State. By Matt Tait
Former Kansas University basketball coach Larry Brown, now the head coach at SMU, again is in trouble with the NCAA and, according to reports, is expected to be suspended for 30 percent of SMU's games during the upcoming season.
The Big 12 Conference announced Monday morning that the Oct. 10 game in Lawrence between Kansas and Baylor would kick off at 11 a.m. and be televised on FOX Sports 1.
This Saturday, for the second season in a row, Iowa State offensive coordinator Mark Mangino, who spent eight years as the head coach at Kansas University, will look across the sideline and see a man he once hired running the show for the Jayhawks. By Matt Tait
Stop me if this sounds familiar, but the next opponent on the Kansas University football schedule presents the best opportunity for a Jayhawks victory of all remaining games. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University’s men’s golf team moved within one stroke of overall leader Miami of Ohio after Round Two of the Badger Invitational on Monday.
ESPN.com’s Myron Medcalf wrote a tribute to Kansas University coach Bill Self on Monday, as Media Day (Thursday), the official start of preseason practice (Friday) and Late Night in the Phog (Oct. 9) draw near. By Gary Bedore
Kansas University football coach David Beaty revealed on Monday morning's Big 12 coaches teleconference that junior quarterback Deondre Ford, who started last week's loss at Rutgers in place of the ailing Montell Cozart, was out for this Saturday's game at Iowa State because of the injured thumb he suffered at Rutgers.
Kansas University tennis won four of five matches on the final day of the Little Rock Invitational on Sunday.
Kansas University’s Chase Hanna and Charlie Hillier are tied for third, and the Jayhawks are in second place in the team race after the first round Sunday of the Badger Invitational at University Ridge Golf Course.
The Morris twins — Markieff and Marcus, who both like to talk — figure to be stars of their Media Day festivities today in NBA cities Phoenix and Detroit, respectively. By Gary Bedore
The record shows a rough start in which the Kansas University football team has been outscored 123-75 through three games and just completed its first winless nonconference run since 1988. But the Jayhawks are not discouraged. By Matt Tait
Bleacherreport.com lists Bill Self and Perry Ellis as the fifth-best player/coach duo in college basketball heading into the 2015-16 season.
Two Kansas University tennis players will compete today for singles championships.
Kansas University’s volleyball team remained perfect Saturday with a 25-21, 25-18, 26-24 victory over TCU.
Quarterback Montell Cozart. His voice was so gravelly, his nose so plugged from the flu after the game that he had trouble making himself heard. He didn’t start the game, but when Deondre Ford went down with a thumb injury, Cozart entered and completed 13 of 18 passes for 193 yards and did not throw an interception.
Norries Wilson, permanent running backs coach and temporary head coach for the Rutgers football program, didn’t complain about defeating Kansas University, 27-14, Saturday at High Point Solutions Stadium, but he didn’t do a lot of bragging either. By Tom Keegan
Playing so short-handed in terms of depth, talent and experience, first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty’s stated goal was for his team to become the smartest football team in America.So far, not so good on that front. By Tom Keegan
With one quarterback out with an injury and another playing under the weather, Saturday's 27-14 loss at Rutgers seemed like a golden opportunity for Kansas University football coach David Beaty to continue to mix true freshman Ryan Willis into the fold at the game's most important and visible position. By Matt Tait
Whether you're talking about the camp that believes there's hope or the one that simply insists 2015 will go down as another rough year in a long line of colossal Kansas University football failures, the two sides probably can agree on one thing — it's hard to win without a quarterback. By Matt Tait
The Kansas football team trailed throughout a 27-14 loss at Rutgers Saturday, a defeat that marked the program’s 34th setback in a row away from Memorial Stadium.
A game-day breakdown of Kansas University's game Saturday at Rutgers By Matt Tait
Kansas University claimed four singles victories in two tennis tournaments on Friday.
Ashley Pankey scored two goals in the final 12 minutes as Kansas University pulled away from a scoreless halftime tie to claim a 3-0 soccer victory over South Dakota State on Friday night at Rock Chalk Park.
The Kansas University football program has arrived at the birthplace of college football to bury a monster, otherwise known as a 33-game losing streak in games played outside of Lawrence.
Major-college prospect Mitchell Ballock of Eudora High will have surgery Monday in Lawrence to repair a torn labrum in his left (shooting) shoulder. It is likely the 6-foot-4 combo guard will miss his entire junior season.
It seems like only yesterday that Perry Ellis was completing his first basketball Boot Camp at Kansas University.
During the Kansas University football program’s 33-game losing streak away from Lawrence, which has spanned seven seasons and 12 states since that Sept. 12 victory at UTEP in 2009, there have been a handful of close calls along the way that could have stopped the number of consecutive road losses from climbing out of control.
Saturday was supposed to be a triumphant homecoming for Charlie Weis, who 26 years ago led Franklin High to a New Jersey state championship. By Tom Keegan
Although the focus will be on trying to win Saturday’s game, Kansas University football coach David Beaty said earlier this week that he had talked to his team about the significance of this weekend’s stage. By Matt Tait
Marques Bolden, a 6-foot-10 senior basketball center from DeSoto (Texas) High, will not take his scheduled visit to Kansas University this weekend, ESPN.com reports. By Gary Bedore
Jarrett Allen, a 6-foot-9, 215-pound senior forward from St. Stephens Episcopal School in Austin, Texas, who is ranked No. 20 in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, on Wednesday listed his eight finalists on Twitter.
Although his focus is almost entirely on preparing for Saturday’s 11 a.m. game at Rutgers and doing everything he can to help the Kansas University football team come away with a victory, KU junior Tevin Shaw will be facing a win-win scenario this weekend.
A football team that doesn’t complete down-field passes faces defenses that have the advantage of forever playing as if it’s in the red zone, crowding the short field with bodies.
Kansas University’s volleyball accomplishments to date — best start (12-0) and top national ranking (No. 15) in school history — looked good on the team’s NCAA Tournament résumé, but in actuality meant little to the Jayhawk players entering Wednesday’s match against Kansas State.
The Kansas University football program was back on the practice field Tuesday, preparing for Saturday’s road game against Rutgers and armed with some fresh material with which to work. By Matt Tait
Even somebody as finely-tuned and well-conditioned as Frank Mason III has to prepare himself mentally for Bill Self’s Kansas University Basketball Boot Camp. By Gary Bedore
Team Imperfect has been Team Perfect in the kicking department. Meet Mr. and Mr. Perfect, aka Nick Bartolotta and Matthew Wyman. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University senior golfer Ben Welle won Ram Masters Invitational on Tuesday.
The national leader in assists, Kansas University sophomore setter Ainise Havili, was named Big 12 Offensive Volleyball Player of the Week on Monday after guiding the Jayhawks to a 12-0 start to the season.
Kansas University senior Yupaporn Kawinpakorn won her third career individual title at the Schooner Classic Monday.
Ben Welle continued the Kansas men’s golf team’s hot season start after day one of the Ram Masters Invitational. Welle’s 6-under 134 gave him a three-shot lead over Kyler Dunkle of Colorado State.
A bit on the shy side during his freshman year at Kansas University, 18-year-old Ukraine native Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk is communicating more freely and fluently this semester. By Gary Bedore
If the Kansas University football program hopes to rid itself of that ugly road losing streak that currently sits at 33 consecutive setbacks away from Lawrence, this week’s game at Rutgers — 11 a.m. Saturday — might represent its best chance of 2015. By Matt Tait
Stormy weather forced postponement of the second round of the Schooner Women’s Golf Classic on Sunday. Rounds 2 and 3 will be played today.
The Kansas University women’s tennis duo of Maria Jose Cardona and Summer Collins fell in the semifinals of the Midland Invitational on Sunday, 6-4 to Texas Tech’s Sabrina Federici and Felicity Malthy.
Bill Self’s 13th basketball Boot Camp at Kansas University is off to a rousing start. by Gary Bedore
Before Kansas University landed arguably the best player on the 2015 football roster, former KU defensive back Patrick Resby believed so much in the ability of current KU running back Ke’aun (pronounced KEY-on) Kinner that he was not about to leave it to chance that Kinner would be discovered. By Matt Tait
Late last month, Bill Self said he didn’t expect to hear anything conclusive from the NCAA Eligibility Center about prize recruit Cheick Diallo’s eligibility for the upcoming season until mid-September, “at the earliest.” So it’s too early to panic, but not premature to wonder what Kansas University’s experienced basketball team might look like with and without the 6-foot-9, 220-pound freshman from Kayes, Mali, Africa. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University’s Maria Jose Cardona and Summer Collins advanced to the semifinal round of the Midland Invitational with a 6-3 victory over TCU’s Seda Arantekin and Alexis Pereira on Saturday.
Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn set a Kansas University 18-hole record and a Schooner Classic record for score versus par when she surged into the lead of the Classic on Saturday at the par-71 Belmar Golf Club.
Kansas University’s volleyball team could not have played much better than it did during the 2015 nonconference season. By Gary Bedore
After 35 years in the coaching ranks, including a five-year stint at the helm of Kansas University’s football program from 1997-2001, Terry Allen is not calling plays from the sidelines this fall.
Power Five schools — Kansas University included — generally make plenty of money off sports to sustain their respective athletics programs. Between television contracts, ticket sales and donations, KU and its fellow large-conference universities have healthy and sustainable funding models, a KU scholar says. In contrast, health, sport and exercise sciences assistant professor Jordan Bass’ recently published research focuses on a different category of schools: those that are questing for the same high level of athletics recognition but may not have the funding to back it up. By Sara Shepherd
New Cleveland Cavaliers center Sasha Kaun is a proud four-year graduate of Kansas University ... and KU’s Basketball Boot Camp.
Kansas University’s tennis team opened its fall season Friday as Maria Jose Cardona and Summer Collins competed in doubles and singles matches in the Midland Invitational.
At 11-0, Kansas University’s volleyball team is off to the best start in school history. By Gary Bedore
Though obviously essential, preseason football practices can get a bit repetitive. The drills. The heat. The lack of Saturday payoff in the form of a game. By Benton Smith
After going more than four seasons without coming from behind to win a match, Kansas University’s soccer team did it for the second time in two games, defeating Arkansas, 2-1, Thursday in the third minute of the first overtime period with a header from senior Ashley Williams.
Kansas University’s basketball team, which will lose at least three frontcourt players in seniors Perry Ellis, Jamari Traylor and Hunter Mickelson after the 2015-16 season, welcomes a pair of blue-chip high school forwards to campus today for weekend recruiting visits. By Gary Bedore
Blue Ribbon Yearbook has ranked Kansas University’s basketball team No. 5 in the country in its preseason Top 25 poll which was released on Wednesday. By Gary Bedore
Six arrested Rutgers football players, two charged in a home invasion, four with assault, have been dismissed from the team in the past two weeks. By Tom Keegan
Through the first two games of the 2015 season — home losses to South Dakota State and Memphis — offensive coordinator Rob Likens and the rest of his staff have seen as many as eight or nine wide receivers in a single game on a regular basis. By Matt Tait
According to a Wednesday afternoon report from NJ.com, Rutgers coach Kyle Flood has been suspended three games and fined $50,000 after a university investigation found Flood responsible for rules violations and a string of off-the-field issues involving a few of his players.
Former Kansas University cornerback Aqib Talib was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week for his performance in Denver's season-opening victory over Baltimore last weekend.
Through two weeks of the 2015 season, the numbers back up what Kansas University football fans have seen with their own eyes — the KU defense is off to a rough start.
The Sporting News 2015-16 college basketball preview yearbook, which hits newsstands next Tuesday, has ranked Kansas University No. 1 in its preseason Top 10.
Poll Lawrence residents as to where they saw Charlie Weis during his short stay in Lawrence and the answer, aside from the football complex, is bound to include one of two places.
Kansas University women’s golfer Yupaporn Kawinpakorn fired a final round of 2-over 74 and tied for 10th place in the Minnesota Invitational on Tuesday at Minikahda Club.
Kansas University’s women’s golf team sits in 12th place after the first two rounds of the Minnesota Invitational.
A pair of elite high school basketball big men will be making official recruiting visits to Kansas University this weekend. By Gary Bedore
Break with the crack of the bat, gracefully sprint toward the center-field wall, look over his shoulder and catch a baseball that everyone on hand with a scorebook and pencil already had marked a double? Easy. Same for catching up to a pass thrown by a college quarterback. But write a book? And not a scorebook, but a novel? By Tom Keegan
At 0-2 heading into its lone bye week of the 2015 season, the Kansas University football team sits in a position that many people expected before the season began. By Matt Tait
NCAA 400 hurdles track champion Michael Stigler and three-time NCAA volleyball tournament participant Chelsea Albers were selected as Kansas University’s male and female athletes of the year at Sunday’s Rock Chalk Choice Awards at the Lied Center.
Kansas University freshman Grace Hagan netted the golden goal and added an assist to help the Jayhawks rally for a 2-1, double-overtime soccer victory over Colorado College on Sunday at Stewart Field.
Connor Peck tied for 12th to pace Kansas University’s men’s golf team to a fifth-place team finish at the Rod Myers Invitational on Sunday at the Duke Golf Club.
An unselfish, pass-first point guard, 2005 Kansas University graduate Aaron Miles remains the program’s leader in assists with 954. In this day and age of increasing NBA early entry, it’s a record that may stand a long time.By Gary Bedore
More than an hour before recording a career-high nine tackles during Kansas University’s 55-23 loss to Memphis on Saturday at Memorial Stadium, KU junior Marcquis Roberts put on a show of a different kind. By Matt Tait
No matter the level of effort and creativity of the scheming, Kansas University’s football team could play its way into the record books. By Tom Keegan
Despite Saturday's loss to Memphis, the Jayhawks got some good news over the weekend when they picked up an oral commitment from 2017 prospect Dominic Williams, a 5-foot-9, 186-pound running back from Parish Episcopal School in Dallas.
Ke’aun Kinner rushed for 113 yards and a touchdown, averaging 7.1 yards per carry.
One week after sending true freshman Ryan Willis into the game to relieve starting quarterback Montell Cozart for a couple of plays, Kansas University coach David Beaty went a different direction during Saturday’s 55-23 loss to Memphis at Memorial Stadium. By Matt Tait
Kansas University’s volleyball team remained undefeated with a 25-23, 25-21, 25-16 victory over Marquette on Saturday in the Pistol Pete Showdown.
Kansas University’s men’s golf team was eighth out of 14 teams Saturday after the second round of the Rod Myers Invitational. The Jayhawks were 20 strokes behind leader Wake Forest.
Memphis’ explosive football team, which scored 63 points in its season-opener last week against Missouri State, didn’t fret after falling behind 10-0 to Kansas University on Saturday night in Memorial Stadium. By Gary Bedore
Junior quarterback Montell Cozart’s mostly strong showing in Kansas University’s season-opening loss inspired cautious optimism regarding his future. The caution came from the caliber of the opponent and begged the question of how Cozart’s improvement would translate against a faster defense. The answer came Saturday night: Not very well. By Tom Keegan
It seemed inevitable that it would come to this. The Kansas University football team's shift to an up-tempo, Air Raid offense, though more exciting for the Memorial Stadium crowd of 37,798 to watch, became the Jayhawks' biggest problem during Saturday's 55-23 loss to Memphis, as the Tigers took advantage of several short KU drives and wore down the out-manned and overmatched Kansas defense. By Matt Tait
Despite an early 10-point lead against favored Memphis, the Kansas football team, early in a major rebuilding project, couldn’t keep up with the Tigers the rest of Saturday night’s 55-23 loss at Memorial Stadium.
Wyoming sophomore Kimmy Burbank scored two goals to power the Cowgirls to a 2-1 college soccer victory over Kansas University on Friday at the Madrid Soccer Complex.
Kansas University took a four-set victory over Northern Colorado, then swept Wyoming to open the Pistol Pete’s Showdown volleyball tournament on Friday at the UniWyo Sports Complex.
Dressed impeccably in dark suit and gray spotted tie, silk handkerchief in his left pocket, Jo Jo White stood tall and proud Friday night on the stage of the Springfield Symphony Hall in Springfield, Massachusetts. By Gary Bedore
Although senior Ben Goodman and true freshman Dorrance Armstrong recorded two of Kansas University’s three sacks during last week’s season-opening loss to South Dakota State, the play of KU’s defensive ends as a whole was a source of disappointment for the Kansas coaching staff. By Matt Tait
A gameday breakdown of the Kansas University-Memphis football showdown. By Matt Tait
Saturday is band day at Memorial Stadium, where Kansas University plays Memphis for a 6 p.m. kickoff. Do you suppose the Jayhawks’ marching band will unveil a formation of a Wildcat blowing a layup?
Kansas University coach Bill Self on Thursday received the 2015 Mannie Jackson — Basketball Human Spirit Award at the Hall of Fame Reunion Dinner in Massachusetts. Former Reebok CEO Paul Fireman and 14-year NBA veteran Steve Smith also received the honor. For more on that honor read Wednesday’s J-W story at http://bit.ly/1NsIO0z
As of tonight, Jo Jo White will no longer be referred to as “the greatest player not in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.”
All offseason, first-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty drilled into the psyche of his players, assistant coaches and anyone else who would listen the importance of special teams for the Jayhawks’ chances this season.
Kansas University all-time assists leader Aaron Miles, who worked Bill Self’s camps in June and spent a lot of time in the KU basketball offices all summer, has been named a full-time member of the Jayhawk hoops staff.
In the fall of 2005, newly named Illinois State athletic director Sheahon Zenger, who now holds the same position at Kansas, wandered out to an ISU football practice and could not believe his eyes.
Tre’ Parmalee became the first player in the Charlie Weis era to make a commitment to attend Kansas University on a football scholarship.
Kansas University coach Bill Self tonight will be awarded the 2015 Mannie Jackson — Basketball Human Spirit Award at the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame Reunion Dinner in Massachusetts. Others to receive the honor: Former Reebok CEO Paul Fireman and 14-year NBA veteran Steve Smith.
Aaron Miles has joined KU's basketball staff.
Kansas University senior Yupaporn “Mook” Kawinpakorn tied for seventh overall, and the Jayhawks placed seventh in the team standings at the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Women’s Golf Invitational on Tuesday at Colbert Hills Golf Club.
For all of the obvious shortcomings and handful of encouraging positives that came from last week’s 41-38, season-opening loss to South Dakota State, the one area that might be most important for Kansas University’s football team is how the Jayhawks address missed tackles. By Matt Tait
Former Kansas University power forward Markieff Morris of the Phoenix Suns on Tuesday was fined $10,000 by the NBA league office for publicly demanding to be traded. By Gary Bedore
One of these centuries, people will realize that the cover-up and accompanying non-apology apologies are always worse than the original transgression. By Tom Keegan
This is the text of the electronic letter that Kansas State University President Kirk Schulz issued to members of the K-State Marching Band on Tuesday, Sept. 8.
The Kansas University women’s golf team is tied for seventh with Arkansas-Little Rock at the end of day one of the Marilynn Smith/Sunflower Invitational.
Kansas University’s basketball team is ranked No. 6 in Athlon Sports’ preseason Top 25 poll, the magazine’s staff announced Monday. By Gary Bedore
On Monday morning’s Big 12 football coaches teleconference, Kansas University football coach David Beaty admitted that he pays no mind to the betting lines released each week for the dozens of college football games around the country. Having said that, Beaty, at least for now, also doesn’t mind what they say.By Matt Tait
Make quick reads and if nothing presents itself, tuck it and run. A simpler offense, the thinking on the part of the new Kansas University football staff went, would result in Montell Cozart using his speed more often. One game into the season, a 41-38 loss to South Dakota State, that’s pretty much how it played out. By Tom Keegan
De’Aaron Fox, a 6-foot-3 senior point guard from Cypress Lakes High in Katy, Texas, will attend the Oct. 9 Late Night in the Phog as part of an official recruiting visit to Kansas University. By Gary Bedore
Saturday’s 41-38 loss by the Kansas University football team to FCS foe South Dakota State left a bitter and disappointed taste in the mouths of the Jayhawks. But not solely because of the final score. By Matt Tait
Overtime has not been kind to Kansas University’s soccer team through its first six games. By Chris Duderstadt
Once the anger dust settled after Kansas' season-opening football loss, a few exciting signs remained. Not enough to make KU the favorite in any game for the rest of the season, but enough to believe the Jayhawks could compete in a few and play entertaining football in the process. By Tom Keegan
The Kansas University football team, which fell, 41-38, to FCS foe South Dakota State in the season opener last Saturday, finds itself as a double-digit underdog for Week 2 against the visiting Memphis Tigers.
Kansas University’s volleyball team earned its fifth sweep after defeating UMKC, 25-17, 25-23, 25-16, Saturday in Horseji Family Athletics Center to round out the Kansas Invitational.
After several close calls, FCS program South Dakota State has finally defeated a bigger Football Bowl Subdivision school. The Jackrabbits, who lost to Minnesota by three points in 2009, Nebraska and Kansas by 14 points in 2010 and 2012, and Missouri by 20 tallies last season, improved to 1-7 all-time as a Division I program against the FBS by outlasting KU, 41-38, on Saturday in steamy Memorial Stadium. By Gary Bedore
Junior running back Ke’aun Kinner rushed for 157 yards and two touchdowns on 27 carries.
Add junior Ke'aun Kinner's name to the list of recent Kansas University running backs who turned in one heck of a game in their Jayhawk debuts. By Matt Tait
They say sometimes you have to hit rock bottom before you can start to climb back up. And even by Kansas University football standards, Saturday's 41-38 loss to South Dakota State in front of a crowd of 30,144 at Memorial Stadium was a stop at the bottom floor. By Matt Tait
The often sloppy, never dull season-opener revealed enough to draw three conclusions about David Beaty’s first Kansas University football team as head coach. First, it might not win a game. Second, it won’t ever quit trying, no matter how discouraging the scoreboard. Third, Beaty isn’t going to peer out from under his baseball cap looking for someone to blame. By Tom Keegan
The first game of the David Beaty era got off to a slow start Saturday at Memorial Stadium, and despite the Kansas football team’s second-half showing giving the Jayhawks some hope, South Dakota State marred the first-year coach’s debut with a 41-38 road win.
Kansas University’s soccer team dropped its home opener Friday at Rock Chalk Park, losing to Santa Clara, 1-0, in double overtime.
Pam Bechard, wife of 18th-year Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard, gave her husband a homework assignment Thursday night — a day before KU’s 3-0 sweep of Western Illinois and Duke in always-electric Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore
The lack of experience on Kansas University’s football team has been well documented throughout the offseason.
A game-day breakdown of Saturday's Kansas-South Dakota State football game By Matt Tait
First-year Kansas University offensive coordinator Rob Likens has been waiting for Saturday’s season opener against South Dakota State for a long time. By Matt Tait
Clint Bowen has the best permanent job he ever has had, is getting paid more than he ever has and is working for a friend in first-year head coach David Beaty. Just as is the case with offensive coordinator Rob Likens, he’s heading a unit that lacks experience and, even more so, depth. By Tom Keegan
Kelley Newton, who starred in both football and basketball at Kansas City Wyandotte High in the mid 1990s, would like to have attended a certain university just down the road from his childhood home. By Gary Bedore
Clay Young, who has been a Kansas University basketball fan “since a really young age, as long as I can remember,” now gets to play hoops for his beloved Jayhawks.
During last Saturday’s game day simulation, which featured the Jayhawks suiting up in full uniform and running through everything from taking the field to pregame warm-ups and the opening coin toss, co-captain Ben Goodman caught a glimpse of something he did not quite expect.
One good omen for the Kansas University football team can be found in the broadcast booth for Saturday’s 11 a.m. kickoff against South Dakota State.
Former Lansing High standout Clay Young has been added to KU's basketball team as a walk-on
Four days before the 2015 season opener against South Dakota State, Kansas University football coach David Beaty has dismissed cornerback Matthew Boateng (far left in above photo) from the team. By Matt Tait
Former Ole Miss power forward Dwight Coleby knows it’s going to be extremely difficult to practice, but not play in games during his red-shirt transfer season at Kansas University. By Gary Bedore
Kansas freshman midfielder Parker Roberts has been honored by the Big 12 Conference as the Freshman Player of the Week.
With a team loaded with juniors and sophomores, Kansas University cross country Stanley Redwine is eager to see what kind of strides his women’s team can make now that the Jayhawks have some experience under their belts.
Kansas trails by two points with two seconds remaining and has the ball on South Dakota State’s 18-yard line. A decision will have to be made whether to send Matthew Wyman, the kicker with the stronger foot, or Nick Bartolotta, the more accurate kicker on short distances, to attempt the 35-yard field goal. By Tom Keegan
Kansas University defensive end Ben Goodman, a senior, projected starter and co-captain, has not actually seen KU’s two-deep depth chart with his own eyes. And that does not make him much different from anyone else. By Matt Tait
Kansas State students will have to sign a sportsmanship pledge before they can pick up their tickets for sporting events this year.