Zach Peters picks Arizona as transfer destination
Andrew Wiggins will sign with either Kansas University, Kentucky, Florida State, North Carolina in a ceremony at Huntington (W.Va.) Prep, his coach announced Sunday. By Gary Bedore
Kansas Athletics presented the student-athlete members of the 2013 senior class with their K Rings in a ceremony held Monday night in Kansas Student Union. In addition to the K Rings, the program featured awards presentations.
James Naismith's original "Rules of Basket Ball" will be housed in a three-story center at KU to be named the DeBruce Center in honor of Paul and Katherine DeBruce, who have provided the lead gift for the $18 million building. By Matt Erickson and Scott Rothschild
A senior Kansas University football player was arrested on suspicion of DUI early Sunday morning in the 1800 block of West Sixth Street.
Looking to get to Cowboys Stadium for the Sweet 16 and Elite Eight? Check out our price guide. By Shaun Hittle
Looking to get to the Sprint Center for the Jayhawks' first two game of the NCAA men's tournament? It'll cost you. By Shaun Hittle
The Journal-World sports section earned a rare Triple Crown — and more — from the Associated Press Sports Editors in their annual contest, the results of which were announced Wednesday.
Update: Tonight's scheduled maintenance on KUsports.com has been postponed.
If all goes well during tonight’s vote by the Lawrence City Commission regarding land usage and zoning specifications — as is expected — the Kansas University athletic department could begin construction on what has come to be known as “Rock Chalk Park” within weeks. By Matt Tait
Back in Russia, former KU athlete longs to return to his beloved Kansas
Residing in Russia, former KU athlete Egor Agafonov wants a permanent home in Kansas for his family. Based on his track record of setting goals and reaching them, chances are good Agafonov will get his wish, but given the bureaucratic hurdles he has to get over, he knows there is no guarantee that he’ll achieve his American dream. By Tom Keegan
Today's forecast: Mostly sunny and chilly in the morning. Highs around 34 today. Today's headlines: In order to make a more attractive bid for National Cancer Institute designation, cancer research centers from Kansas University and Kansas State University partner; the ...
KU fans display their support for KU and talk about MU leaving the Big 12
Steve Wieberg, a sports reporter with USA Today since 1982, discusses the recent KU ticket scandal and the Penn State sex scandal Wednesday at the Kansas Union. Wieberg was one of three sports reporters who spoke at a panel discussion titled "The Media and Big-Time College Athletics: The View from the Sports Desk." The event was part of a semester-long forum on college athletics sponsored by Ecumenical Christian Ministries.
Women joined the KU men's basketball team for "Ladies Night Out with Bill Self" Thursday, Oct. 27, 2011. They got the opportunity to run drills and receive one-on-one training from the KU coaching staff. The event raised money for Jayhawks for a Cure, which supports cancer treatment and research at the KU Cancer Center and Lawrence Memorial Hospital.
Late Night in the Phog kicked off the 2011-12 basketball season Friday, Oct. 14, 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse. Coach Bill Self rides in on a motorcycle, the men's team performs a skit on the evolution of dance and boxer Victor Ortiz lands a KO punch.
Greg Zappala, of Knievel Motorcycles in Greenville, Pa., shows off the first Jayhawk custom motorcycle behind Allen Fieldhouse on Thursday Oct. 14, 2011. His company builds custom motorcycles for universities upon request. The Jayhawk motorcycle has a Bill Self motif complete with championship rings, and a Jayhawk on the tank.
Xavier Henry and Cole Aldrich held a half-court shot competition before the Legends of the Phog scrimmage Saturday, Sept. 24, 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse.
WBC welterweight champion Victor Ortiz intends to complete his college degree at Kansas University.
Tyrel Reed said being a senior helps keep him loose now that every game counts after defeating Boston University in the 2011 NCAA Tournament.
Members of the KU women's basketball team visited Cottonwood Inc., Thursday, Jan. 13, 2011 to work alongside employees there and learn about the facility.
The last 24 hours have been rough for the KU Athletics Department. 6News reporter Cory Smith spoke to officials to find out how effective the new ticket policies have been, and what they're hearing from Jayhawk fans.