Pierce bounced back nicely after a so-so game one Sunday night against the Atlanta Hawks. He played 44 out of a possible 48 minutes and led the Celtics with 36 points in their game two victory Tuesday night. He’s… Continue reading →
It’s been a spring of transition for Allerik Freeman, one of the top combo guards in the Class of 2012, after he joined AAU powerhouse Boo Williams for his final season on the circuit. A time of transition, but a fun one as well. Tuesday, Phog.net caug… Continue reading →
“What’s the scoop with Anrio Adams?”It’s the question to which every Kansas basketball fan wants an answer, a daily update. Will he qualify? Won’t he? Will he make it to campus this summer, and officially join the recruiting Class of 2012? Continue reading →
Ben McLemore saw them sitting on a stage by the court at Wellston High School in St. Louis. During a district postseason game, Kansas assistant coaches Kurtis Townsend and Joe Dooley were in attendance. Warming up before the game, McLemore saw their Ka… Continue reading →
Musings at the mid-week:
— The sentiment was foolhardy and one-sided, yet I was hoping the Kansas City Chiefs would strictly tailor their draft toward defense.
— That happens to be the side of the ball Romeo Crennel knows and it seems most NFL team… Continue reading →
Any success Kansas enjoys next season in football will come with an assist from the Golden Dome.
Speaking Tuesday at Top of the Tower to the Notre Dame Club of Eastern Kansas, Brian Kelly did not have to be reminded of the connections.
The Notre Dame c… Continue reading →
Junior Jordan Dreiling matched a career-high with four hits and three RBIs, while Alex DeLeon and Michael Suiter both hit big three-run homers as part of a six-run eighth inning as Kansas survived a slugfest with UALR Tuesday afternoon at Gary Hogan Fi… Continue reading →
Steven Johnson arrived at the University like most of us. Well, he was kind of like most of us. And the unique thing about Johnson is that he’ll leave the University still, “kind of like most of us,” even though his first job will be playing foot… Continue reading →