Kansas Regains Swagger

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Power of the Phog cures Jayhawk woes

Hawks look to take Big 12 back

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Will the match up against K-State tomorrow help the Hawks get back in the game?

This Kansas team knows how to win

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McLemore leads by example as a Freshman

Jayhawks shocked in second round

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Women’s volleyball loses to Wichita State

Withey comes up big in season opener

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The first game of regular season was slow to start for the men’s basketball team

The Quest for Nine Straight

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At Kansas, players change, but expectations always stay the same

Williams uncomfortable coaching against Kansas

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By C.J. Matson ST. LOUIS — On Thursday morning, North Carolina coach Roy Williams went for a stroll around St. Louis. A guy approached him and chanted, “Rock Chalk Jayhawk”. Roy’s response: “Go KU”. It has been nine seasons since Roy Williams left Kansas for North Carolina, his alma mater. Some Kansas followers are over Roy’s decision and some aren’t over it. Even though it has been nine years since Williams bolted for Chapel Hill and Bill Self succeeded him in Lawrence, the magnificent sequence of events remains fresh in people’s minds and is the dominant storyline going into Sunday’s Elite Eight matchup. Williams loves both the University of North Carolina and the University of…

Legends of the Phog Podcast

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  Jay Ingber, KJHK Sports radio host and Max Rothman, University Daily Kansan men’s basketball beat reporter, held an exclusive interview with former Jayhawk and legend Wayne Simien to discuss Saturday’s Legends of the Phog exhibition.  Listen to the entire podcast here…