The League takes a look at the Weis vs. Kansan issue in this week’s show
What did our sports staff think about the KU-KSU football game? Listen to Friday’s show to find out
by dylan gehlbach At 2:15 p.m. on Sunday, Matt Cassel threw over the head of Jamaal Charles into double coverage resulting in an easy interception that would ultimately lead to the Saints leading the Chiefs 24-6 late in the third quarter of the week three matchup. Immediately afterward, I left for work slamming the door behind me, shaking my head in frustration as the Chiefs appeared to be headed for an 0-3 start to the season. If the story ends there, Sundays are pretty boring. But the story doesn’t end there, folks. In fact, this is where the story picks up. Jamaal Charles and the Chiefs’ defense each put on a spectacular performance to will…
In episode three of “The World According to Sports,” Pat Strathman discusses what is wrong with the Kansas football team, declares the most important position in football and dives into an NFL organization’s recent Twitter debacle. Kansas football NCAA football NFL
KJHK Sports team looks ahead at the KU-TCU football game this weekend
Kansas football meets the Rice Owls Sat. in Memorial Stadium. The (1-0) Jayhawks look to build momentum after a 31-17 win over South Dakota State. The Jayhawks’ Tony Pierson and Taylor Cox should continue their solid rushing performances against a Rice defense that gave up 646 yards to UCLA last week. Tune in to KJHK for complete coverage of Saturday’s matchup Starting at 1:00 p.m. with the pre-game show featuring Trevor Graff and Kerry Gaines. After kick-off at 2:30 p.m. KJHK will have live coverage from Pete Knutson, Brennan Keller and Dylan Gehlbach.
By Joe Fuentes First off, let me introduce myself, I am Joe Fuentes, from the CITY of Chicago, let me be clear, not the ‘Burbs. I am starting my 5th year as a senior at KU, majoring in Communications. I am a co-host on the Friday Night Sports Express on KJHK Friday nights at 6pm. I started college at Holy Cross College, across the street to Notre Dame. After two years I transferred to KU; however I am still a big supporter of the Fighting Irish. As a Northsider from Chicago, I cheer for all major sport teams: Cubs, at times the Sox, Da Bears, and Bulls. Also, I am a huge soccer fan, especially for Manchester…
Here is what you missed on the latest episode of Phog Nation.
KU’s new football coach speaks at Anderson Family Football Complex.
KJHK Sports hit the streets to see who the student body wants as the next Kansas football coach.