Christian Eisenhauer enjoys the pep rally at the KU basketball team's hotel with a few of the cheerleaders before Jayhawks took on Dayton in the 2009 NCAA tournament in Minneapolis.
Austin Kirkland, son of Amy and Keith Kirkland, Calera, Alabama, is a KU fan at just six months old, but was shocked when KU lost in the Sweet Sixteen.
A young Jayhawk fan shows off her KU artwork and favorite sweatshirt by KU Christmas tree.
Kobe and Andrew stand with Sherron Collins after the Texas A&M game on January 19, 2009.
Benjamin, 7, Carlie, 3, and Alexander, 9, celebrate KU's victory over North Dakota State on the beach in Playa del Carmen, Mexico. They wore their KU gear during all games while on spring break. Their parents are Quinn and Tracie Miller, Lawrence.
Emma, 5, Alec, 7, and Maya McCreary, 3, and their pug puppy cheer on the Jayhawks.
Logan Shields, a Broken Arrow sixth grader, gets ready for March Madness.
The infant classroom at Stepping Stones, Inc. enjoys a visit from Baby Jay. Lead teacher, Colleen Bloom, and her staff are also working on teaching them to say "rock chalk Jayhawk go KU!"
Jayhawk fans Pat and Vicki Friel wave a championship flag in Alaska.
Two young Jayhawk fans root for KU from Texas.
Sofia, Kansas class of 2029, dressed up to watch KU beat Texas on March 7, 2009.
A 1-year-old Jayhawk fan is ready to shoot hoops.
Easton Weems has his picture taken with his favorite KU basketball player, Tyrel Reed, at the men's basketball banquet on April 13, 2009. Reed is from Burlington, Kan., where Easton was born. Easton is the son of Mark and Tamra Weems, Ozawkie.
Jolie Hill, nine months, whose father is a KU alumnus, is destined to be a Kansas cheerleader.
The Coffman and Adams families traveled from Kentucky to Lawrence watch their friend Travis Ford, head coach of Oklahoma State, coach his first game at Allen Fieldhouse. The families agreed after the game that they had “been to the mountaintop” of college basketball. (From left) Carroll Coffman, holding his son Nolan, Cindy and Danny Coffman, Laura Stull, Jennifer Coffman, Nan and Jason Adams.
Ashley gives the Jayhawk a piece of her mind against Nebraska.
Haiden has her picture taken with some Jayhawk gear.
Chris Jeska hangs out with Baby Jay before the Tennessee game January 3, 2009 at Allen Feildhouse.
A Jayhawk fan gets Conner Teahan for Christmas.
Jayhawk fans celebrate the holidays at Fort Myers Beach in Florida. From left are Dave and Barb Maycock, Baldwin City, and Arron, Becky, Matthew and Brenton Tucker of Branson, Mo.
Janae and Logan Melvin, Las Vegas, spotted former KU basketball player Greg Ostertag before kickoff at the 2009 Insight Bowl in Tempe, Ariz.
Sophie Burgoon, eight months, cheers for the Jayhawks.
The Jayhawks are number one, even in Iraq. First Lieutenant and KU ROTC graduate, Jerad Hall, is working with the Iraqi army, police and guardians to make Iraq a safer place. From left, a soldier in the Iraqi army, an Iraqi policeman, Hall and a Ghazaliyah guardian display a KU flag.
The Boyer family displays their 2008 National Championship Christmas tree.
Jay "Hawk" Hageman, 10,loved KU and the Bill Self Camp. Originally from Lawrence, Jay now lives in
Northern California but will always be a Jayhawk.
Lawrence resident Abbas Rezayazdi, left, wearing a Kansas University T-shirt, voted in the recent Iranian elections. Rezayazdi, a native of Iran, has lived in the U.S. since 1977, but he is still eligible to vote in his homeland. With him, from left, are his wife, Carolyn Hoang, his sister and his mother. The ink stains on their fingers indicate that they’ve voted.
Jayhawk fans enjoy themselves at "the best sports bar in Hawaii," Cronie's Bar and Grill in Hilo, Hawaii.
A small Jayhawk crashes Cameron Indoor Stadium