Kansas’ Justin McCay looks to bring talent and firepower to the Jayhawk offense in the upcoming season By: Brennan Keller Perhaps one of the most shocking statistics from last year’s 1-11 season was the fact that the wide receivers accounted for zero combined receiving touchdowns. Yup, you heard it right. Zero touchdowns. With the lack of talent at the receiver position last season, head coach Charlie Weis knew that he needed to hit the recruiting trail hard in pursuit of some players that could bring excitement and talent to the offensive side of the ball. One of those players is wide receiver Justin McCay. McCay, who had to sit out last season due to NCAA transfer rules, brings that… Continue reading
A list of Wes Lunt’s five possible future destinations surfaced earlier this week, but Oklahoma State is limiting more than half of them.
From colleague Joe Schad:
Former Oklahoma State quarterback Wes Lunt’s release will not allow him to transfer to … Continue reading
Former Kansas University basketball guard Billy Thomas is one of 63 KU athletes who will take part in graduation ceremonies on Sunday in Memorial Stadium. Continue reading
Kansas University golfer Chris Gilbert moved up nine places Friday after carding an even-par 72 in the second round of the NCAA Fayetteville Regional. Continue reading
Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self was among the celebrities from the world of sports and entertainment crowded the Ritz-Carlton Sarasota on Friday for the Eighth Annual Dick Vitale Gala to raise money in the fight against pediatric cancer through… Continue reading
There were moments Friday that made it seem like everything was going against Kansas senior Chris Gilbert at the NCAA Fayetteville Regional. First, a glitch with the scoring software added 147 strokes to his total on his fifth hole, then came a string … Continue reading
Former KU guard Ben McLemore spoke Thursday at the NBA Combine in Chicago about AAU coach Darius Cobb’s revelation that he accepted $10,000 in cash payments to steer McLemore toward Rodney Blackstock, a middleman with connections to agents and financial advisers in Los Angeles.
McLemore gave an interview to Sports Illustrated and Campusinsiders.com in which he said he would be willing to meet with NCAA investigators even though he is no longer a player for the Jayhawks.
“I would tell them the truth and tell them what I know, and just cooperate with them,” McLemore told reporters from SI and Campusinsiders. “Hopefully they’ll cooperate with me and hear my side.”
Former Kansas University basketball guard Ben McLemore, on Friday from the NBA combine, told Sports Illustrated that he would be willing to speak with NCAA officials about alleged payments made from middleman Rodney Blackstock to his former AAU coach, … Continue reading
Friday’s NBA’s pre-draft combine featured former Kansas star Ben McLemore and dozens of other draft hopefuls working through a series of on-the-court tests that will in some small way help determine where they are slotted in the June 27 draft. By Matt Tait
The Kansas City Chiefs have signed former Kansas defensive end Toben Opurum as an undrafted free agent after trying him out as a fullback during rookie minicamp. Continue reading