Local athlete Tania Jackson was cleared to play basketball for Kansas University's women's basketball team. Jackson missed her senior season at Lawrence High School because of a knee injury.
The finishing touches are being put in place at Kivisto Field at Memorial Stadium.
The KU football team is gearing up for the upcoming season with its summer camp. The season officially begins in less than three weeks.
Once again, it's time for Bill Self's annual golf tournament.
The KU baseball team is off to Lubbock, Texas, to face the Texas Tech Red Raiders.
Kansas men's basketball recruit John Wall still hasn't decided on which school he will commit to.
The Kansas women's basketball team will take on New Mexico State on Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse.
KU's showdown against Minnesota on New Year's Eve serves as the final outing for linebackers Joe Mortensen, Mike Rivera and James Holt.
6Sports' Kevin Romary tries to stump D.J. in a segment they like to call Useless Fieldhouse Trivia.
Kansas University takes on the Texas Longhorns Saturday, and quarterback Colt McCoy will be in the Jayhawks' sights.
Another installment of Useless 'Fieldhouse Trivia with DJ.'
At his weekly press conference this week, coach Mark Mangino spent five minutes talking about how important it was for his student-athletes to vote.
More than bragging rights are on the line for the Kansas football team this weekend. At 2-2 in Big 12 play, the 'Hawks need league wins to keep pace in the conference.
No Jayhawk is looking forward to KU's first game against Washburn more than Travis Releford.
Three contests into 2008, the Jayhawks have rushed for only 315 yards. More than half of those have come from third-stringer Angus Quigley.
The aftermath of Hurricane Ike is very real for the Kansas football team. Not only will the Jayhawks face a squad out of the Houston area this Saturday, but several KU players also have friends and family in the path of the storm.
The time is now for the Kansas volleyball team. After a 13-17 record in 2007, there's a sense of urgency for a program that reached three straight NCAA Tournaments in 2003, 2004, and 2005.
Former Kansas forward Wayne Simien continues to search for an NBA roster spot. SInce being selected 29th overall by Miami in the 2005 NBA Draft, 'Big Dub's' pro career has been defined by injury and illness. But this week a healthier Simien is preparing for NBA Summer League play with the Atlanta Hawks.
Mike Strauss is a member of the Orange Bowl champion Jayhawk football team, but the average Kansas fan probably has no idea who he is. As the sports information director of Mark Mangino's staff, Strauss is stuck dealing with reporters on a daily basis. That said, this hard-working KU staffer is a champion in his own right. DJ Whetter has the story.
In less than 48 hours, coaches and staff for the Kansas football team move into their new home. But the KU football players won't arrive at the Anderson Family Football Complex until August. When they do so, they'll find an entire lower level dedicated to the student-athlete. Here's a preview of that area in installment two of the 6Sports video tour of the new complex.
It's a project so big, we'll spend the next two nights trying to show it to you. On Thursday, Mark Mangino and the Kansas football coaches and staff move into the Anderson Football Complex at Kivisto Field.
As a player he helped the Kansas basketball team to the 2003 national title game. As a graduate student manager last season, he was part of the Jayhawks' national championship. Now former KU guard Michael Lee can call himself a Division 1 college coach. DJ Whetter has that story.
So far, the Self era at KU has been a great one. For more on the Jayhawks' five-year run under Self, here's DJ Whetter.
Former Jayhawk Julian Wright was in San Antonio on Monday to root on his old teammates. DJ Whetter has more.
Last night the Kansas men handed the North Carolina Tarheels just their third loss of the season after an 84-66 win in the Alamodome. Now the Jayhawks stand just one win away from their first national championship in 20 season. DJ Whetter is in San Antonio with more.
Rodrick Stewart lived one of his dreams last night when he took the hardwood as a member of a Final Four squad. Unfortunately, he needed crutches to reach the Alamodome floor. DJ Whetter has more.
Tomorrow evening Bill Self will try to contain AP Player of the Year Tyler Hansborough. But for Roy Williams, the responsibilities extend even further. DJ Whetter and Kevin Romary have more from San Antonio.
We all know the connections that Roy Williams has to Kansas, but what about Larry Brown? DJ Whetter has more.
The Kansas Jayhawks are headed to their 13th Final Four, although this one was in doubt until the very last minute.
The nets are gone, and the goal's just about out of here in Detroit. That's because Kansas is moving on to San Antonio and the Final Four.
D.J. Whetter caught up with a few fans gathering outside Ford Field in Detroit, Michigan to watch KU play against Villanova in the Sweet 16.
The Motor City has not been the friendliest of locations when it comes to Kansas basketball. DJ Whetter and Kevin Romary have more from Motown.
The Kansas Jayhawks move on to the Sweet 16 for the second year in a row. DJ Whetter has more on the Jayhawks' win over UNLV in Omaha.
DJ Whetter goes inside the wardrobe room in the Qwest Center to see what happens behind the scene with the Jayhawk uniforms.
Back in 1975, Lon Kruger graduated from Kansas State. Eleven years later, he returned to his alma mater to take over the head men's basketball coaching position.
KU defeats Portland State in round one of the NCAA Tournament! D.J. Whetter was on the scene and caught up with a few very happy Jayhawk fans following Thursday's win.
As Thursday's first round matchup between Kansas and Portland State draws ever closer, there are two Vikings who know the Jayhawks all too well...
Useless trivia with Kevin and D.J.
Virginia Tech's senior class has had at least 10 victories every year, while KU is coming off a record season. The 'Hawks are playing for respect, and Tech is playing to maintain a legacy.
We're finally just a little less than 24 hours until the Jayhawks and the Hokies take the field. Today coaches Mark Mangino and Frank Beamer made their final Orange Bowl preparations. DJ Whetter's in Miami with more on the Jayhawks' dream that has become reality.
Mark Mangino and the Jayhawks were forced to practice in some unexpected elements in Miami on Tuesday.
The Kansas football team is set to play Va Tech Thursday in the Orange Bowl. With the Miami showdown just three days away, it's time to make sure you know the foe.
Reminders of April 16 are everywhere. Especially at football practice. A black flag with an orange and maroon ribbon flies from a camera stand above the Virginia Tech practice fields. A similar patch is stitched to each jersey.
Thursday's Orange Bowl forever links the University of Kansas with a difficult year at Virginia Tech. More than eight months after a shooter killed 32 people on the Blackburg, Va. campus, it's the football team that is still working to heal Hokie Nation. 6Sports reporter DJ Whetter joins us from Blacksburg.
The Kansas offense has been fantastic all season long, but the Jayhawks' stiffest test of the year comes in just over a week against Virginia Tech.
Both Frank Beamer and Mark Mangino have taken very different paths to success, but they may be more similar than you think.
DJ Whetter and Kevin Romary play useless fieldhouse trivia.
DJ Whetter and Kevin Romary play useless fieldhouse trivia.
Kevin Romary and DJ Whetter play useless fieldhouse trivia.
After a six-day layoff, the Kansas men return to action in the Jayhawk Invitational against Northern Arizona. DJ Whetter has more from the Fieldhouse.