Kansas Football is back in town this Saturday as the Jayhawks look to beat up on a comparable Big 12 opponent in Iowa State. The Jayhawks have not won a game against a conference foe in nearly a year and a win Saturday would only be Kansas’ second win in the Big 12 conference in almost four years. The game’s implications are not much to consider as the winner is likely to only amount to become the second-worst team in the conference by the end of the season. While the game doesn’t mean much for the standings the matchup on Saturday could make or break interim head coach Clint Bowen as he looks to lock…
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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…
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Kansas head basketball coach Bill Self spoke outside the locker room following his teams comeback win over 10th seeded Purdue.
Travis Releford discussed the Jayhawks upcoming matchup with 10th seeded Purdue, while Tyshawn Taylor discussed his leg cramps from Friday night.
By Blake Schuster His name is Ray McCallum; he is a 6-2 guard, and former McDonald’s All-American, who averages 15.6 points per game and can pass the ball with the precision of a quarterback. He is the name Kansas fans have become familiar with as the Jayhawks prepare for a Friday showdown with Detroit in the second round of the NCAA tournament. He is not who Kansas should fear. His name is Eli Holman. You won’t see him in the starting lineup, but if Detroit is going to give Kansas a run, Holman will be a large reason why. The 2012 Horizon League 6th Man of the Year, who was originally recruited to Indiana by…
By Trevor Graff: The conference season is coming to a close with Kansas, Missouri and Baylor fighting for the conference title with the relative safety of a probable NCAA tournament berth. The next tier of the Big 12 will either play their way in to the tournament or fall on the wrong side of the bubble.
CBS Sports and SI college basketball writer Seth Davis joined ” The Sideline Report” to discuss Kansas Basketball and the Big 12.