An early list of possible Ritch Price replacements for Kansas baseball

It’s been a rough couple of years for the Kansas baseball program, which lost its final game of the season over the weekend and saw longtime head coach Ritch Price announce his retirement on Sunday. But even with those challenges rising to the forefront, one could argue ... Continue reading


Former KU golfer Gary Woodland finishes tied for 34th at golf’s second major of 2022

Former University of Kansas golf standout Gary Woodland shot a 5-over 75 on the final day of the PGA Championship and dropped from a tie for 10th entering the fourth round to a tie for 34th by the end of the tournament. Woodland had hovered around even ... Continue reading


KU’s Christian Braun, Jalen Wilson team up on final day of combine scrimmages as decision day draws near

Jayhawks Christian Braun and Jalen Wilson were on the same team for Day 2 of the NBA combine scrimmages in Chicago on Friday, and the two reigning national champions played a big role for their squad. One day after scoring six points and filling up the stat ... Continue reading


Gary Woodland finishes even par at Round 1 of 2022 PGA Championship

After starting his round with three bogeys in his first seven holes, former University of Kansas golf standout Gary Woodland recovered with three birdies in his final 11 holes to finish at even par (70) after one round at the PGA Championship on Thursday. At the time ... Continue reading


KU’s Jalen Wilson seems to be staring at win-win scenario with stay-or-go draft decision

As NBA draft hopefuls make their cases in Chicago at this year’s pre-draft workouts, questions about all kinds of college basketball rosters are hanging in the balance. At Kansas, those questions most often center around the stay-or-go status of junior guard Christian Braun and red-shirt sophomore forward ... Continue reading


Flavio Gonzalez decommits from Kansas football, opts for Oregon State

Flavio Gonzalez, a left guard at Butler Community College who committed to transfer to Kansas on April 30, instead intends to play at Oregon State. Gonzalez, who is from Tucson, Arizona, wrote on social media on Monday night that he had always dreamt of playing in the ... Continue reading


McCormack, Wilson to get going at NBA’s G League Elite Camp today

Today marks the beginning of showcase week for dozens of NBA draft hopefuls. First up: The 44 players who were invited to the NBA’s G League Elite Camp in Chicago will get their two-day event under way. Included on that list are Kansas national champions David McCormack ... Continue reading


Top Kansas football target Dylan Edwards includes Jayhawks among 10 finalists

Dylan Edwards, a junior at Derby High School who is one of the most-sought football players in Kansas, narrowed his list of potential colleges to 10 on Friday and Kansas is among them. Edwards, a running back who was named Gatorade's Kansas Player of the Year in ... Continue reading


Early over/under college football win totals are out; is KU’s number too high, too low, just right?

Earlier this week, the gambling site,, came out with the first set of college football over/under win totals for the 2022 season. As per usual, Kansas had the lowest number in the Big 12 Conference. But the Jayhawks’ number for 2022 was also higher than it ... Continue reading


Incoming Kansas basketball freshman Gradey Dick inks with WME for NIL representation

Incoming KU freshman Gradey Dick has signed a name, image and likeness agreement with WME sports, the company announced Wednesday. Formed in 1898, WME dubs itself the longest running talent agency in the United States and lists iconic acts like Charlie Chaplin, Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe ... Continue reading


Former Jayhawk Joel Embiid’s runner-up finish in 2022 MVP voting no snub nor an indication of his place in the game

The most valuable player discussion has once again become a hot topic with Kansas basketball fans, a little more than a month after debating which Jayhawk should’ve won the NCAA Tournament MOP honors during this year’s run to the national title. This time, however, it’s at the ... Continue reading


Kansas football hosting three top transfer targets for official visits

The Kansas football team is hosting three transfer players who could compete to start on official visits. Arizona State wide receiver Lavon "LV" Bunkley-Shelton, as well as safeties Marvin Grant of Purdue and Kaine Williams of Alabama, arrived for their official visits late Monday afternoon and will ... Continue reading


Current NIL chaos a clear sign that college athletics still has a long way to go and needs to get there fast

After years of people lining up to fight for college athletes to get a piece of the pie, talented players in all sports across the entire country are finally getting paid. Chalk that up on the good side of the ledger. There is a bad side, though, ... Continue reading


Kansas’ Malik Clark earns NFL tryout chance with Chiefs

Malik Clark has become the most recent Kansas football player to begin a professional career as he has accepted a tryout offer from the Kansas City Chiefs. Clark, the Jayhawks' longtime starting left guard, was a sixth-year senior last season. He joined the team in 2016 and ... Continue reading


South Dakota State transfer Baylor Scheierman picks Creighton

One day after eliminating blue blood programs Kansas and Kentucky from his list of finalists, South Dakota State transfer Baylor Scheierman picked another program that wears blue to finish his college career. The 6-foot-6, 47% 3-point shooting guard who originally hails from Nebraska is headed back home ... Continue reading


The 2022 transfer portal deadline has arrived but new names could pop up through Tuesday

Sunday marked the final day that college athletes could officially enter the transfer portal in order to change teams for the 2022-23 season. But don’t be fooled by that timeline. The deadline of 11:59 p.m. on Sunday was for written notice to be turned in by a ... Continue reading


Eyeing a jump to the NBA, Texas Tech’s Kevin McCullar Jr. says he will play next season at KU or Gonzaga if he pulls out of the draft

If Kansas basketball coach Bill Self is right about Kevin McCullar Jr., Sunday’s announcement will never matter. If he isn’t, it could be massive news for the Kansas men’s basketball team. McCullar, a 6-foot-6, 210-pound, all-conference-type guard who spent the past four seasons playing at Texas Tech, ... Continue reading


KU basketball, volleyball squads team up for a break from the grind and a few laughs

Two of the most successful University of Kansas athletic teams from the current school year got together for a little combined fun on Thursday, with the KU volleyball team and men’s basketball stepping into each other’s worlds for a brief moment. Near the tail end of an ... Continue reading


Searching for ways to upgrade roster, even in the midst of uncertainty, now a key task for college basketball coaches

The uncertainty surrounding the next season’s Kansas basketball roster figures to exist for at least another month. And it’ll probably linger longer than that. Such is life in the new world of college basketball — and, really, college athletics — where players come and go in more ... Continue reading


Sunrise Christian duo puts Kansas basketball on list of finalists

Class of 2023 forward Scotty Middleton recently included Kansas on his list of five finalists. The 6-foot-6, 180-pound small forward from Sunrise Christian Academy in Bel Aire, also has Ohio State, Seton Hall, Texas A&M and UConn in his final five. The rankings for Middleton are all ... Continue reading