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Pretty much any product you endorse can be sold by breasts. And breasts sell themselves in any ad, website, blog post. Some of the Kansas Jayhawks fan pictures actually have the girls faces in them; most don’t. I’ll let you decide if that’s a good thing or not.
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We love our #Jayhawks & support our #kubball team by tweeting ourselves in our favorite KU shirts and apparel. We do not promote nudity. #RockChalk #KUboobs
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Kansas' Bill Self has been named the 2012 Naismith Men's College Basketball Coach of the Year, the school announced on Sunday.
"Bill has done a remarkable coaching job this season and deserves all the accolades that come his way," said Eric Oberman, executive director of the Atlanta Tipoff Club, which presents the honor. "There's always something special...
Tyshawn Taylor admitted he believes things happen for a reason. The way Kansas keeps finding ways to win, most fans of the Jayhawks probably believe the same thing.
A program with as much tradition as anybody has taken on a scrappy underdog mentality during the NCAA tournament, scratching and clawing its way to the national title game.
The Jayhawks play heavy favorite Kentucky...
The big game is tonight – If Kansas wins, the world is going to exposed to all types of Bill Self jokes, merchandise, etc. in support of his excellent coaching job this season.
As for me, I’m not a huge fan of this one. I think we can do better people, and I expect better if Kansas wins.
Guaranteed to give you chills.
The 2012 NCAA Tournament wrapped up Monday night with a 67-59 Kentucky victory over the Kansas Jayhawks. Great game, great tournament, but it wouldn’t be complete without the traditional closing montage of “One Shining Moment.” A beautiful way to close things out, but bittersweet at the same time because it means a whole year before we...
NEW ORLEANS — Since his lost to Kentucky in mid-November in New York, Kansas coach Bill Self knows what lies ahead for his team in Monday's national championship game.
NEW ORLEANS - The Atlanta Tipoff Club gives its voters plenty of time to determine its award winners in college basketball. That might have paid off for Kansas coach Bill Self, who was named the Naismith Coach of the Year on Sunday.
It seems like during the NCAA tournament, Bill Self is always at heightened risk to choke. For Kansas fans who may not wish an ill fate upon their coach and any other compassionate human beings, here is what to when Self inevitably begins to choke.
Kansas coach Bill Self: "They got pros, all that stuff. But I think we got good players, too."
Anthony Davis was joined on the all-tournament team by teammates Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and Doron Lamb, along with Thomas Robinson and Tyshawn Taylor of Kansas.
It was amidst Saturday's spring practice festivities in Lawrence that Kansas City-area quarterback Montell Cozart gave Charlie Weis and the Kansas Jayhawks their second commitment in the 2013 Class. Still, the 6-foot-3, 190-pound dual threat notes he may make a few other visits. Come inside for an in-depth interview and video of his Sunday workout action.
NEW ORLEANS – Conner Teahan looked around the Kansas locker Monday night after the Jayhawks lost the national championship game and suddenly the crystal ball came into sharp focus. The senior guard from Leawood, Kan., knew it was the end of something special.
NEW ORLEANS - Well, nobody will be able to say the Kansas Jayhawks didn't go out swinging. After trailing by double-digits for a significant stretch of Monday night's national championship tilt with Kentucky, the Jayhawks looked poised to stage one of their patented late-game comebacks - only to see it fall just short.