Here is what you missed on the latest episode of Phog Nation. S1- KU basketball S2- NCAA basketball S3- Firestarters S4- NBA S5- NFL Continue reading
It may not have ended quite how they wanted it to, but for the Kansas Jayhawks the 2011-2012 season was still an unmitigated success by any standard. Phog.net’s Kristi Setaro chimes in with some final thoughts on what was a wild ride for coaches, fans … Continue reading
Former KU standout shoots a 2-under par 70 on day two, will be paired with Phil Mickelson on Saturday Continue reading
Oklahoma State catcher Jared Womack’s single with the bases loaded in the bottom of the ninth inning pushed home the winning run to give the Cowboys a 7-6 triumph in the series opener Friday night at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium. Continue reading
Two home runs fueled the four-run fourth that pushed No. 22/25 Baylor past the Kansas softball team in the nightcap of a series-opening doubleheader, 6-1, Friday evening at Getterman Stadium. Continue reading
Freshman pitcher Alicia Pille kept the nationally-ranked Baylor Bears off the board until a three-run bottom of the sixth powered the Bears to a 3-0 win in the first game of a doubleheader to open the series, Friday afternoon at Getterman Stadium. Continue reading
Danny Manning may have left Kansas to become the coach at Tulsa, but the Manning family will still be represented at KU basketball practices next season.Evan Manning, son of the former KU great and assistant coach, will walk on the team. Manning, a 6-f… Continue reading
Thanks for all the emails this week. It’s been fun.
On a related note, our bracket winner, wvewe1, has been MIA. I’ve emailed and tried to contact, but haven’t gotten a response. You’re missing out. We’ll try to get in touch for next week’s mailbag. I… Continue reading
AUSTIN, Texas — It’s odd, 17 years after he arrived, that Ricky Williams should be back again and this time inanimate, cast in bronze.
He had, after all, always been the ever-changing athlete. Ricky was not one who could be caught in a pose muc… Continue reading
You’ve seen Mel Kiper’s first-round mock draft, but his latest version dips all the way into the second round.
And for where he slotted Big 12 talents in the second round:
No. 37: Cleveland Browns: Brandon Weeden QB, Oklahoma State
Cincy drafted a … Continue reading