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.
Let’s look at KU’s regular season and their hopes going into March Madness
Tonight on The Sports Huddle… Are the Jayhawks Back? Kansas climbs back into the Top 10 in the latest AP poll after two straight wins and It’s a three-team race atop the Big 12. Plus, Kansas Baseball Play-by-Play man Aaron Berlin joins us at 625 to discuss the Hawks opening series in Arizona.
On this week’s episode of “The Sportsmanship”, Sean and Blair discuss KU basketball and football, as well as a BCS Outlook and everyone’s favorite segment, CROSSFIRE. KU Basketball KU Football BCS Outlook CROSSFIRE
This week’s episode features KU basketball and the Chiefs
Performances at this year’s Late Night prove Kansas basketball is as strong as ever
By Nick Ratliff Welcome to the second edition of the Recruiting Trail blog. There is a TON of information to get into this week, so let’s get right into it: First off, the only real information to give on the football recruiting front is that three in-state players who have already committed to the Jayhawks for the 2013 class attended the season opening win against South Dakota State last Saturday. Quarterbacks Jordan Darling from Shawnee Mission East in Prairie Village (my alma mater, Go Lancers!) and Montell Cozart from Bishop Miege in Roeland Park, KS and tight end Ben Johnson from Basehor-Linwood High School in Basehor, KS were all present at the game, representing…
On the first edition of KJHK’s newest sports talk program, Nick Schwerdt, Joe Fuentes, Nick Ratliff, and Chris Schaeder kick off the school year in style. The guys preview the upcoming college football season, discuss the controversy surrounding Lance Armstrong with KLWN’s Craig Hoffman, and of course, make some time for KU hoops. KU Football Craig Hoffman Interview Sports Udate with Chris Schaeder and “Three and Out” ESPN’s 50 in 50 rankings
By Blake Schuster New Orleans, La. — The first time Kevin Young saw his new team scrimmage last summer he stood in awe. The Loyal-Marymount transfer had been used to playing “rec ball”, but it was nothing like the structure the Jayhawks were using. There was flow, precision and success. It was during his gawking that one of the players came over and laid down the rules for the newcomer. “Tyshawn [Taylor] pulled me to the side and let me know how things were,” Young said. “He said we win here, this is what we do, and if you want to be a part of this you have to buy into the system and do…
In this episode of PJ 2 CJ, the boys talk about KU-Iowa State football, Phillip Rivers and KU basketball.