On April 15, Kansas point guard Angel Goodrich achieved a childhood dream after being chosen as the 29th overall pick in the 2013 WNBA Draft by the Tulsa Shock. That dream was realized Friday when the former Jayhawk was officially named to the opening … Continue reading →
From Bob Przybylo : In this week’s Sooner Intel — Texas defensive end Justin Hollins didn’t have any offers coming into the spring. Now he has a few, including Oklahoma. Where do the Sooners stand?
From Brandon Chatmon : Ohio and Georgia are among the states the Sooners should recruit harder.
More from Przybylo : Q&A with 2014 in-state DB Alfonzo McMillian
From William Wilkerson and Max Olson : In The Heard this week — Class of 2015 DT Daylon Mack has a plan. Continue reading →
Mark Emmert of the Des Moines Register gives ISU fans three big reasons for optimism moving forward.
Former Iowa State linebacker A.J. Klein officially signed his contract with the Carolina Panthers on Thursday.
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Let’s get this out of the way: I love ESPN’s Eamonn Brennan. He writes thoughtful posts without being sensational, and he has a very good grasp of the Xs and Os of the game as well as the stats. It’s tough to objectively rank writers,… Continue reading →
We’ve got a runaway winner in Kansas’ biggest game of the 2013 season. I couldn’t agree more. The Jayhawks lost their final 11 games of 2012 and need a win — any win — badly, but 38 percent of you say Kansas’ biggest game of 2013 is the season finale… Continue reading →
Great coach. Great players. Great program. This is Kansas basketball. Once again the most tradition rich college basketball program in the nation will welcome some of the best players in the country, and Canada, into the program. The 2013 class is the best recruiting class in the history of Kansas basketball, and that’s saying something [...] Continue reading →
Will Andrew Wiggins average over/under 18 points next season? | The Newell Post | KUsports.comThis actually brings up a good question: Will Wiggins average more or less than 18 points per game for KU next season?
Kan… Continue reading →