Ad Astra’s first show of 2013 looked at the different revivals going on around Lawrence

The Sportsmanship Archive 2-5-13

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Sean and Blair discuss the KU basketball loss to Oklahoma State on Saturday. We also hear from Bill Self, Elijah Johnson and Andrew White III. Max Goodwin of the University Daily Kansan joins the gang to talk about the KU women’s basketball team’s unbelievable week, as well as how the team will cope without starting guard Natalie Knight for the remainder of the season. Sports Update with Paulina Pengelley Sean, Blair and Nick discuss whether or not Joe Flacco is officially an elite quarterback, if Jacoby Jones should’ve been the MVP winner and who their favorite Harbaugh is Everybody’s favorite segment on KJHK… CROSSFIRE!


KJHK’s video for MTVu’s College Radio Countdown is now live

Farmer’s Ball Submissions Now Open


KJHK’s Battle of the Band competition is now looking for acts to win the $2,ooo grand prize!

Withey’s Draft Stock Rising

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Laid back senior leads by example

Sawed Off


An ode to Texas A&M

Balance will win a Big 12 game

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The football team’s inability to make throws costs KU another close home game

Tame Impala: Lonerism

Tame Impala: Lonerism

Individualism matters.

Flying Lotus: Until The Quiet Comes

Flying Lotus: Until The Quiet Comes

Feed your brain.

Blau’s Two Cents: The Chiefs………So Far

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By: Alex Blau This week I decided to shy away from the Jayhawks and focus on yet another football team that is off to a big struggle this season. The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off of two absolutely horrendous football games, including a blowout at home to the Falcons and a blowout on the road to the very mediocre Buffalo Bills, where quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick looked like an MVP.   So what’s the problem with this years team? The talent that surrounds the team isn’t lacking. Dwayne Bowe is still one of the best receivers in the league; the defense is packed with young stars such as Eric Berry and Brandon Flowers.   I…