All Eyes on KU

College basketball world reacts to KU's record-breaking 14th consecutive league title

Benton Smith

http://www2.kusports.com/photos/2018/feb/24/323554/ The college basketball world already had reason enough to tune in Saturday and watch the Big 12’s marquee game of the year: No. 8 Kansas at No. 6 Texas Tech. Throw in what was on the line for the Jayhawks — a share of the Big 12 title, and ...

Frank Mason, former Jayhawks, college basketball observers react to KU's win at WVU

Benton Smith

http://www2.kusports.com/photos/2018/jan/15/322347/ When two top-10 teams square off in prime time, the rest of the college basketball universe makes a point to tune in and watch the show. ESPN’s Big Monday matchup between No. 10 Kansas and No. 6 West Virginia wasn’t always the most visually appealing display, but the Jayhawks’ ...

KU volleyball to face Mizzou in opening round of NCAA Tournament

Matt Tait

https://twitter.com/KUVolleyball/status/934968142580928512 Three losses in their final four matches of the regular season cost the Kansas volleyball team the opportunity to host the first and second rounds of next week's NCAA Tournament. But the Jayhawks are firmly in the field and will be matched up with a couple of familiar foes ...

Bill Self begins Hall of Fame festivities, receives Naismith Orange jacket

Bobby Nightengale

http://www2.kusports.com/photos/2017/sep/07/319042/ Kansas basketball coach Bill Self arrived in Springfield, Mass., and kicked off his Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame events Thursday. Self received his Hall of Fame jacket, which is made of a color described as "Naismith Orange," and gave brief remarks about starting his enshrinement week alongside several ...

Former KU players, current Jayhawks congratulate Josh Jackson and Frank Mason on NBA Draft selections

Bobby Nightengale

When Josh Jackson was selected by the Phoenix Suns with the No. 4 overall pick in the NBA Draft on Thursday, he continued a long tradition of Kansas players being selected in the lottery — the eighth time in 11 years. There was still plenty of excitement from people around ...

K.J. Lawson issues apology for vulgar video clip toward former coach Tubby Smith

Bobby Nightengale

After a vulgar Snapchat video circulated through social media Thursday, incoming Kansas transfer K.J. Lawson issued an apology through Twitter. Lawson, a 6-foot-7 forward, [made disparaging comments][1] toward Memphis head coach Tubby Smith, his former coach, in a three-second clip. Lawson and his older brother, Dedric, announced their intention to ...

Jayhawks — and one high-profile coach — congratulate Mason on national player of the year awards

Bobby Nightengale

Another day, another national player of the year award for Kansas senior point guard Frank Mason III. Well, make that two awards Sunday. After one of the best individual seasons in program history, Mason was named the Naismith Trophy Winner and the National Association of Basketball Coaches’ player of the ...

Former players, current Jayhawks react to Bill Self's induction into the Hall of Fame

Bobby Nightengale

A first-time member of the Hall of Fame ballot, Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self received plenty of support leading up to Saturday’s announcement that he was a part of the 2017 Hall of Fame class. Many opposing coaches throughout the season expressed their appreciation for Self’s accomplishments, which includes ...

Jayhawks old and new react to KU's 13th consecutive Big 12 title

Benton Smith

http://www2.kusports.com/photos/galleries/2017/feb/22/kansas-basketball-v-tcu/120300/ Kansas versus TCU didn’t exactly stand out on the college basketball schedule Wednesday night in terms of mass appeal, what with Duke facing Syracuse and North Carolina tangling with Louisville. But there’s something about a team winning its league 13 seasons in a row that will capture any college ...

Norman prep PG Trae Young announces he'll play for Oklahoma

Benton Smith

http://www2.kusports.com/photos/2015/jul/24/294683/ A five-star point guard from the heart of Big 12 country, Norman North High (Okla.) senior Trae Young made his college basketball destination official Thursday just after noon. A dynamic 6-foot-2, 170-pound play-maker who is ranked the 14th-best prospect nationally in the Class of 2017 by Rivals.com, Young’s options ...

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