Sound Off: I am going to be out of state this winter and spring for work. I love following the Jayhawks, but I’m not sure how to do that outside of Kansas. Is there a way to watch or listen to KU basketball on the Internet?
Chris Theisen, KU assistant athletic director for communications, said KU fans have a few options for getting radio and TV broadcasts on the road. To listen online, fans can sign up for Jayhawks All-Access on KUathletics.com. It provides — among other features — complete radio broadcasts of KU men’s basketball and football games for a subscription cost of $9.95 per month or $79.95 per year. Typically, most KU basketball games also are available on the subscription-based SiriusXM Radio, though on some KU away games, fans will hear the home team’s radio broadcast instead of the call from KU’s broadcast team of Bob Davis and Greg Gurley. Fans can watch the games online on ESPN3.com, provided they receive their high-speed Internet or cable TV subscription from an affiliated service provider (ESPN3 shows every regular-season KU game except for four scheduled to be televised on CBS). To see the games on television, fans also have the option of ordering ESPN Full Court through their local cable or satellite provider.