Police release details on 'large disturbance' that led to arrests of KU basketball, football players
Lawrence police released details Monday about the events that led to the arrests Sunday morning of Kansas University basketball forward Jamari Traylor, 22, and KU football wide receiver Rodriguez Coleman, 22. By Caitlin Doornbos
Bill Self said he'll address the Jamari Traylor situation at his news conference today.
Former KU guard chooses hometown Shockers
Former Kansas University basketball guard Conner Frankamp has decided to transfer to Wichita State, Frankamp confirmed in a text message today.
"What's your favorite color?" a popular question
KU's basketball players were stuck on an elevator on Wednesday for about 10 minutes. By Gary Bedore
After revelations about the worst case of academic fraud in the history of collegiate sports at the University of North Carolina, several members of the Kansas Board of Regents said they don't believe such deceit could happen here.
Self not pleased with Thursday's workout; today's much better
Bill Self had his Jayhawks run through a 6 a.m. practice Friday.
A mechanical problem with KU's plane had the Jayhawks spending the night in Indianapolis after the 32-point loss to Kentucky. KU did not arrive back in Lawrence until 6:25 a.m. Wednesday.
Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk is a probable starter for Tuesday's exhibition game against Emporia State.
After years of rumors and allegations, a recently released investigation confirmed there was widespread academic fraud at the University of North Carolina involving thousands of students, many of them athletes, who received high grades for fake classes over a period of 18 years. The academic fraud may be one of the worst in collegiate history, and college leaders on campuses across the United States are roiling from the breadth of it. But here in Lawrence, all is quiet, even though one of UNC’s chief academic officers during a 10-year period when the number of students taking fake classes was at its highest is now at the helm of Kansas University.
Wayne Selden and Perry Ellis said Friday they did not realize teammate Conner Frankamp was thinking about leaving KU.
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.