No. 7 Kansas Jayhawks face No. 14 Michigan St. in Atlanta
The first game of regular season was slow to start for the men’s basketball team
How tonight’s game is crucial for the Jayhawk’s season ahead
At Kansas, players change, but expectations always stay the same
Would Kansas football team have a better record with Michael Cummings?
Performances at this year’s Late Night prove Kansas basketball is as strong as ever
In this episode, Pat suggests that a football player should get more time.
Episode number five of the World According to Sports podcast with Pat Strathman. Kansas football [jwplayer config="Audio-Only Player for KJHK Posts" mediaid="17206"] NCAA football [jwplayer config="Audio-Only Player for KJHK Posts" mediaid="17207"] Preseason All-Big 12 basketball team [jwplayer config="Audio-Only Player for KJHK Posts" mediaid="17208"]
Kansas Guard, Elijah Johnson spoke to members of the media inside the locker room following the Jayhawks comeback win against Purdue.
By Blake Schuster Purdue did its best. They were 23 seconds away from adding their name along side Bradley, Bucknell, VCU, and Northern Iowa in Kansas Basketball infamy, but an Elijah Johnson layup stopped it. Where the Jayhawks had gone down so many times before, they emerged on top. Now a date with North Carolina State in St. Louis waits next weekend after Kansas defeated Purdue 63-60 to advance to the Sweet Sixteen. “I’ve been around long enough now that usually teams that have great success in the tournament figure out a way to win a game when they don’t play their best,” Bill Self said. “Hopefully this was that game.” To start — and…