6Sports' Kevin Romary tries to stump D.J. in a segment they like to call Useless Fieldhouse Trivia.
A much-needed week off arrives for the Kansas football team on Saturday. Mark Mangino's squad will wrap up the regular season a week from Saturday against Missouri.
Three days and counting until the Jayhawks' first true test of the 2008-2009 season. On Monday, the team will take on Washington.
The Longhorns visit Lawrence for the first time since 2004.
Before the Kansas men's season even started, junior guard Sherron Collins was the default leader.
On Sunday, the Kansas women's basketball team plays its second and final exhibition game of the 2008-2009 season against Washburn.
The Kansas football team is trying to end a 40-year drought tomorrow against Nebraska. KU hasn't defeated NU in Lincoln since 1968.
Tomorrow, Memorial Stadium will be packed for the 106th installment of the Sunflower Showdown.
The Kansas football team is less than 48 hours away from playing its first conference home game of the year. On Saturday, the Jayhawks will welcome Colorado to Memorial Stadium.
For almost five games, KU running back Jake Sharp was practically invisible. In a matter of 30 minutes, that all changed for the Jayhawks junior.
No game for Mark Mangino and the Kansas Jayhawks on Saturday. Instead, the Hawks will take a rest and watch the rest of the country. Kansas is 3-1 heading into its bye week.
The Kansas Jayhawks hope to bounce back after falling for the first time this season. On Saturday, KU takes on Sam Houston State at Memorial Stadium.
It's no secret that the star of any football team is normally the quarterback. So, who receives the least amount of attention while, at the same, doing an extremely important job? The answer just might be KU long snapper Kayl Anderson.
Two former Kansas Jayhawks made big plays for their teams on Sunday in the NFL.
Last week's storms are long gone - and that's good news for the Kansas men's golf team. On Monday, the 'Hawks welcomed 15 other teams to Lawrence for the Kansas Invitational.
The Kansas defense has been fantastic thus far in 2008. Against FIU, the Jayhawks defense surrendered just three points. Against Louisiana Tech, the 'Hawks pitched the shutout. On Tuesday, sophomore defensive back Chris Harris sat down with Sports Director Kevin Romary for a one-on-one chat...
Injury also affected the Kansas offensive line in the opener. Freshman Jeremiah Hatch did not see time at right tackle thanks to an undisclosed injury. Senior Matt Darton took his place while another freshman, Jeff Spikes, manned the left tackle spot. While KU is young on the ends - there's experience in the middle with Ryan Cantrell. Kevin Romary caught up with the Jayhawks' senior center on Tuesday...
Saturday is an especially huge day for Kansas tailback Jocques Crawford. On Saturday, the Jayhawk junior college transfer will play in his very first Division 1 football game.
Experience is not an issue for the Kansas defense this Fall. In fact, 9 of 11 starters return for Clint Bowen's unit. None though can claim more experience than 5th year senior defensive end John Larson. Kevin Romary goes one-on-one with KU's elder statesman...
Opposing offenses have the right to fear the Kansas linebacking unit this Fall. All three starters return, including all-Big 12 First team selection Joe Mortensen. Kevin Romary chats with Mortensen in a one-on-one interview.
Redshirt freshman cornerback Ryan Murphy knows all about the transfer process. His twin brother, Brian, left KU this summer to pursue more playing time at Emporia State. Now, for the first time in their football careers, the two Free State High products will be wearing different uniforms.
Before 2003, the Kansas volleyball program had never been to the NCAA tournament. But that season head coach Ray Bechard led the Jayhawks there for the first time, then against in 2004 and 2005. 2006 and 2007, however, were empty seasons for coach B and the girls. As for 2008? It looks much more promising.
With six Jayhawks from last year's mens basketball team heading to the pros, it's easy to see why Bill Self's 2008 recruiting class is seven players deep. The most recent addition to that list is freshman Tyshawn Taylor. As Kevin Romary explains - the big city product only chose Lawrence a couple of months before arriving on campus in June...
Former Jayhawk guard and Kansas City native Jeff Hawkins is trying to take the next step on the hardwood. Kevin Romary explains.
An overall record of 17-16 and a disappointing Big 12 mark of 4-12: that's the story of the KU women's basketball team for the 2007-08 season. Preparations for '08-'09 won't start in September or October however. They're underway now. Kevin Romary has that story.
Questions arise about KU basketball star Darrell Arthur's eligibility while in high school, but KU officials are confident the university did nothing wrong. 6Sports director Kevin Romary has more from the newsroom.
A lot has changed for Kansas senior tight end Derek Fine in six long years.
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...
The Kansas softball team continues to tip-toe it's way through the Big 12 Conference season. With 10 league games left on the schedule, the 'Hawks find themselves in position to snag a top 4 seed in next month's Big 12 Tournament.
Kansas closed yesterday's game with a 30-16 run that will send the Jayhawks into the national title tomorrow evening against #1-seeded Memphis. Earlier today Kevin Romary was in San Antonio with the Kansas/Memphis connection.
Kansas and Memphis combine to claim four national titles, but all four belong to the Jayhawks in their 100+ years of basketball history. For more on the Tigers, here's Kevin Romary.
It figures to be a party atmosphere this weekend for Jayhawk fans who made the trek to San Antonio for the Final Four. 6Sports director Kevin Romary caught up with a few of them earlier today at the Alamodome.
No Rod Stewart this weekend, and almost no media guides as well. Kevin Romary has that story.
With just 24 hours remaining before the Jayhawks and Tarheels take the floor, the last thing Kansas wanted was to suffer a setback. Kevin Romary 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.
When the Jayhawks take on the Tarheels tomorrow night, two former players won't be rooting for KU. Kevin Romary has more.
Kevin Romary and D.J. Whetter have found themselves in sunny San Antonio right in the middle of a Final Four frenzy!
The Kansas Jayhawks are headed to their 13th Final Four, although this one was in doubt until the very last minute.
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.
In a little more than 24 hours, the Kansas men will take the floor looking to advance past Villanova and earn a spot in their second straight Elite Eight. Kevin Romary is in Detroit with more on Kansas and their unfriendly memories of the Wildcats.
Ordinarily KU plays in front of 16,000 fans. Tomorrow night that will not be the case at Ford Field as the Hawks battle the Wildcats in front of 60,000 spectators. Kevin Romary joins us from Detroit with the details.
Setting up a football stadium to host a basketball game is no easy chore. 6 Sports Director Kevin Romary shows us just exactly how that transformation all takes place with an interview with Bill Ryan, Executive Director of the Detroit Local Organizing Committee.
This afternoon the Kansas men's basketball team took their first step toward winning a spot in the Elite Eight. Kevin Romary has more on the Jayhawks' arrival in Detroit.
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.
No game today for the Kansas Jayhawks, only practice, but lots of other games going on across the nation.
Coming up tomorrow, it's #1-seeded Kansas versus #8-seeded UNLV. Sounds easy, right? Well, remember 1998?
Five games in nine days: it's something that both Kansas and UNLV will have to deal with in the second round tomorrow in Omaha.
This morning, the Kansas Jayhawks took the floor with Portland State with two things in mind: Win and move on and not become the first number one seed to get upset by a number sixteen.
Coach Bill Self and a few Kansas players talk about Thursday's win over Portland State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Well if you're a betting man, Vegas would tell you not to press your luck tomorrow morning when it comes to selecting Portland State to upset the Jayhawks.