In the second episode the guys break down five different KU sports as well as the most exciting weekend in the NBA regular season. All music composed by Lucid Vision. Follow him on Twitter, @MrLucidVision, like him on Facebook, or download all his songs for free at https://soundcloud.com/lucid-vision
The KU Jayhawks face the Kansas State Wildcats in Allen Fieldhouse Saturday at 1 p.m.
The ninth ranked Kansas Jayhawks travel to Fort Worth, Texas at 8 p.m. CT this evening to take on the Horned Frogs of Texas Christian University.
The Kansas Men’s Basketball team will finish exhibition play on Tuesday, before the real season begins on Friday. The Jayhawks will be taking on another Division-II school out of the MIAA in Emporia State. This will be Emporia State’s only exhibition game, before their season starts on Friday as well. KU is coming off an 85-53 win over Washburn last Monday. Freshman Cliff Alexander led the Jayhawks with 14 points and nine rebounds in 17 minutes of play. The Hornets are picked to finish eighth in the MIAA this upcoming year. Key players to watch out for include Guards Micah Swank and former high school teammate to Kansas forward Perry Ellis, Terrance Moore. Tip is…
The Kansas Lady Jayhawks will have their final exhibition game on Sunday, before the real season begins. The Lady Jayhawks will be taking on another MIAA Division II School in the Washburn Lady Ichabods. The Lady Ichabods will also be playing in their second and final exhibition game as well, before the season begins. Both teams enter Sunday’s matchup with a 1-0 record in exhibition play. KU is coming off a 73-52 win against Fort Hays State last Sunday. Senior Chelsea Gardner led the way for the Jayhawks with a double-double of 23 points and 10 rebounds. Washburn is coming off an 89-71 win on Wednesday against Livin’ the Dream travel team. Washburn is picked…
KU Women’s basketball opens up exhibition season this Sunday against Fort Hays State.
KU Women’s Basketball Conducted their media day on Tuesday in wake of Late Night in the Phog Friday night.
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Chiefs take a breather while KU Bball prepares for season opener
Farzin returns with the final installment of Summer Hawk as he talks about the latest news with KU football and basketball. Summer Hawk 3 to listen!