In pursuit of No. 2000

From 1501 to 2000


The 1990s and 2000s were periods of continued success under coaches Roy Williams and Bill Self. From the great individual players of the 1990s to the Jayhawks’ 2008 NCAA Championship, the period contained some of KU basketball’s greatest moments.


Jayhawks celebrate title win

Bill Self snipped the last four strands of net and forcibly tore the twine from the rim, putting the finishing touches on a joyous celebration Saturday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse.

1800: Next stop: New Orleans

Jayhawks clip ‘Cats, return to Final Four

Kirk Hinrich sat alone on Kansas University’s bench, his head in his hands as his teammates practiced before Saturday’s NCAA West Regional Final at Arrowhead Pond.

The Jayhawks huddle in celebration following their 90-86 comeback win over Texas securing sole possession of the conference championship Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse.

Hawks nab No. 1,900

No. 1900: Video highlights of KU vs. Texas

2006-07 March 3 KU-Texas Hoops


parrothead8 8 years, 3 months ago

They're going to get #2000 in their first game of the 2010 Big 12 Conference Tournament.

Motownkat 7 years, 11 months ago

Yawn! Yawn! Been there, done that! C-A-T-S Cats! Cats! Cats! Go Big Blue!

kscityrobber 7 years, 4 months ago

CATS? how many championships you have? And i am not talking in the sport of cattle tipping.

Bill Griffith 7 years, 4 months ago

Besides the 86' and 94' cowtipping championships, KSU also has the three year run as the top NCAA mountain oyster-eating club.

Brian Conrad 6 years, 4 months ago

take away Kentucky point shaving , probation, and even current cheating... Kansas in front by 1000. unbelievable Kentucky was found guilty of point shaving and paying players several times .. but wins stand in books... Calipari gets caught twice and leaves schools like Memphis that have to vacate wins? what about the team that should have been in final four if they had not cheated? why do they allow wins to stand on HUGE , Major violations... point shaving? paying tens of thousands? teams today would get the death penality.. they got records still on the books.... NCAA, spend one day in Kentucky , the slime will never wash off...

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