KU vs New Mexico State

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Kansas prepares for second round game against the New Mexico State Aggies.

Men’s Basketball 12/10 @Georgetown Preview

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The Jayhawks roll into Verizon Center on Wednesday coming off a season-defining 18 point comeback against the Florida Gators. Their opponent- the Hoyas of Georgetown- also beat those Gators, although they needed five extra minutes to do it. Georgetown is undefeated at home, though the four wins came against St. Francis, Texas A&M CC, Robert Morris, and Towson. They are just 1-2 in their last three: they lost to #2 Wisconsin and Butler, both close games, and both on neutral floors. In contrasts to Georgetown’s cold streak as of late, Kansas turned around after the embarrassing loss to Kentucky and has won five straight since then. Hoya big Joshua Smith, a senior transfer from UCLA,…

Bill Self meets with media

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Kansas coach Bill Self held his first weekly press conference of the season at Allen Fieldhouse. Self addressed the media and touched on the progress the young players have made as the team prepares for an exhibition game against Pittsburg State.

Jayhawks to play without Harwell in 2013


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!

Phog Nation Final Episode

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The “longest-running” sports talk show officially comes to a close with this final episode.

2013 Might Have Been a Great Season

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Kansas loses heartbreaker in atypical fashion

Kansas Ready to Rebuild

Wayne Selden, ranked twelfth in the ESPN Top 100, is poised to make an immediate impact for the Jayhawks next season.

Bill Self and his young Kansas Jayhawk basketball team have high expectations for the 2013-2014 basketball season.

Phog Nation archive 3-28

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Jayhawks will shine in Dallas

NCAA Tournament: Kansas

Kansas is built for weekends and matchups like these

The Sports Huddle 3.25 Show Archive


Kansas survives and moves on to the Sweet Sixteen despite getting nothing from Ben McLemore. We discuss his struggles and hear what Bill Self had to say… And we touch on the biggest upsets from the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament.