September 3, 2016
New radio voice of the Kansas Jayhawks, Brian Hanni, calls the action during the second quarter of KU's football season opener against Rhode Island on Saturday, Sept. 3, 2016.
A day after University of Kansas football and men’s basketball fans learned one radio station in the Kansas City area would no longer broadcast live play-by-play action of KU games, a new radio home for the Jayhawks emerged. 810 WHB and the Kansas athletics department announced Wednesday 810 will carry KU football and basketball games beginning this season. By Benton Smith
Second-year Kansas football coach David Beaty couldn’t help himself Saturday night. After losing all 12 games in his debut season a year ago, the ever-enthusiastic coach with the Texas accent had to stop himself and gain his composure while discussing his Jayhawks’ 55-6, season-opening victory over Rhode Island at Memorial Stadium. By Benton Smith