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List of Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year finalists did not include KU’s Leipold; surprising or expected?

The Football Writers Association of America released the eight coaches chosen as finalists for this year’s Eddie Robinson Coach of the Year Award, and Kansas coach Lance Leipold did not make the cut. There are probably a number of valid reasons why Leipold, who led KU to ... Continue reading

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Kansas freshman Gradey Dick one of 4 current college players to sign new NIL deal with Adidas

Long before Gradey Dick arrived on KU’s campus, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self said the five-star freshman from Wichita stood to benefit the most of anyone on KU’s 2022-23 roster from the abundance of name, image and likeness opportunities headed his way. More than all the jerseys ... Continue reading

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KU Athletic Director Travis Goff on KU and the Liberty Bowl and Lance Leipold’s new contract

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Jayhawks Jalon Daniels, Sam Burt react to KU football being selected by the Liberty Bowl

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Report: Missouri not interested in facing Kansas in a bowl game

We’re now just two days away from finding out who and where Kansas will play in its first bowl appearance in 14 years, but Action Network’s Brett McMurphy on Friday provided a clue into who it might not be. [According to a report from McMurphy,][1] who has ... Continue reading

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Ernest Udeh Jr. & Kevin McCullar Jr. on KU’s balanced effort in the win over Seton Hall

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Healthy McCullar lands on top after solid all-around night vs. Seton Hall

**1 – Kevin McCullar Jr. –** Kansas coach Bill Self said [after the 91-65 win over Seton Hall][1] that it was McCullar’s most efficient offensive game as a Jayhawk. But you didn’t need to hear from the head coach to realize that. McCullar was sensational in this ... Continue reading

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Kansas coach Bill Self in an efficient offensive night for the Jayhawks vs. Seton Hall

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KU’s Bill Self and Jalen Wilson preview matchup with Seton Hall

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Kansas basketball coach Bill Self on the passing of KU legend John Hadl

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How Lance Leipold’s new contract at Kansas stacks up with his current and future Big 12 peers

It feels like it was just yesterday that former Kansas Athletic Director Lew Perkins forced the hiring of Turner Gill and then paid him way more than he was worth — or needed to come to KU — simply because he wanted to create the perception that ... Continue reading

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Kansas women’s basketball coach Brandon Schneider on the team’s 5-0 start & Wednesday clash with Texas A&M

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Kansas volleyball coach Ray Bechard previews the Jayhawks’ trip to the NCAA Tournament

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Strong response to rough night vs. Tennessee lands Harris on top after Texas Southern win

**1 – Dajuan Harris Jr. –** Harris showed what he’s made of by responding to an awful game in every way against Tennessee four days earlier with this gem [in the Jayhawks’ 87-55 win over Texas Southern.][1] It might not have wowed you. And Kansas coach Bill ... Continue reading

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Jalen Wilson, Joe Yesufu & MJ Rice after KU’s win over Texas Southern

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Kansas coach Bill Self on the Jayhawks’ home win over Texas Southern

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Kansas drops to 9th in latest AP poll which features wild risers and fallers

The Kansas men’s basketball team fell six spots to No. 9 in the Week 3 Associated Press Top 25 poll, but the Jayhawks’ fall was just the sixth largest of the week. No. 1 North Carolina fell 17 spots to 18th while Duke dropped nine spots to ... Continue reading

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An overview of the 6-6 Kansas football team’s 2022 bowl prospects

There has been some question, concern and confusion among Kansas fans surrounding whether the 6-6 Jayhawks are a lock to play in a bowl this postseason. They are. And we’ll officially know which bowl they’ll be playing in one week from today, when the bowl pairings are ... Continue reading

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The Kansas football postgame press conference following the Jayhawks’ 47-27 loss at Kansas State

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Whether frustrated or encouraged, Saturday’s loss at K-State underscored Lance Leipold’s claim that Kansas football is still “ahead of schedule”

The better football team won on Saturday night in Manhattan, in large part because 12th-ranked Kansas State made fewer mistakes, played with more discipline and dominated on special teams [in a 47-27 win over Kansas.][1] Depending on how you chose to look at it, Saturday’s game was ... Continue reading

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