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Kansas Basketball: Photos: Jayhawk Players Celebrate Winning World University Games On Social Media

Everything is golden for the Kansas Jayhawks today. KU basketball represented the U.S. in this summer’s World University Games, and outlasted Germany for a double-overtime win in today’s gold medal game. The Jayhawks are pumped about the big win, and have been posting a ton of celebratory photos on social media since the end of the game. Frank Mason III and company ready...
Via College Spun
July 13, 2015  |  Discuss

100 Facts About the 2014-15 Kansas Jayhawks (Part 2)

The 2014-15 Kansas Jayhawks season featured ups, downs, and everything in between. The Jayhawks won their 11th straight Big 12 title, but the season ended too soon when KU was bounced in the first weekend of the NCAA tournament. As we turn the page on the 2015 squad, we look back on 100 facts about the team, from player stats to record-breaking performances, monumental comebacks...
Via Rock Chalk Blog
March 23, 2015  |  Discuss

100 Random Facts about the 2014-15 Kansas Jayhawks

The 2014-15 Kansas Jayhawks season was one that ultimately featured ups, downs, and everything in between. The Jayhawks won their 11th straight Big 12 title, but the season ended too soon when KU was bounced in the first weekend of the NCAA tournament. As we turn the page on the 2015 squad, we look back on 100 random facts about the team, from player stats to record-breaking performances...
Via Rock Chalk Blog
March 23, 2015  |  Discuss

Former players eligible for World University Games?

During today’s press conference, it was stated that former players who were United States citizens and born between January 1st, 1990 and December 31st, 1997 would be eligible to play in the World University Games in 2015. This is important because Kansas will need to bring 12 players with them to South Korea next summer and if Cliff Alexander, Kelly Oubre, Wayne Selden, etc. leave...
Via Rock Chalk Blog
June 17, 2014  |  Discuss

If KU can't get its defense right, this month could turn into a nose-dive

KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- It's too early to push the panic button, but it's not too early to pull out the manual and see where the damned thing sits on the console. Reports surfaced that the Kansas Jayhawks, losers of three of their last four, held the dreaded players-only meeting Wednesday. Jock tradition says this is where air gets cleared, names get called, fingers get pointed, grudges...
Via Fox Sports Kansas City
December 12, 2013  |  Discuss
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