This weekend marks the final tune up for the Kansas track and field teams before postseason competition begins with the Big 12 Outdoor Championships May 11-13 in Manhattan, Kan. Over 40 Jayhawks will be in Fayetteville, Ark., for the Arkansas Twilight … Continue reading →
Head Coach Bill Self and his staff at the University of Kansas hit the recruiting trail hard during the past two weekends, as the NCAA instituted its spring evaluation period, and one prospect who piqued their interest was five-star point guard Rysheed… Continue reading →
The final verdict brought closure — but no relief. After months of waiting, KU sophomore receiver Justin McCay’s eligibility waiver request appeal was denied Wednesday by an NCAA subcommittee. The decision came weeks after the NCAA denied… Continue reading →
As RPI speculation and NCAA Regional discussions heat up around the softball circuit, Kansas is focused squarely on its final series of the regular season when the Jayhawks travel to College Station, Texas to face No. 18/16 Texas A&M, May 4-6. Continue reading →
The NCAA Subcommittee for Legislative Relief denied Kansas sophomore wide receiver Justin McCay’s eligibility waiver request. This means McCay is required to sit out the 2012 season and will be eligible to play in 2013 as a junior.
The NBA Draft isn’t until Thursday, June 28, but scouts already have a pretty good idea of the prospects who could work best with their team. Junior forward Thomas Robinson and senior guard Tyshawn Taylor are the two Jayhawks in this season’s draft… Continue reading →
Oklahoma transfer Justin McCay will not be eligible to play during the 2012 season, after the NCAA Subcommittee for Legislative Relief informed Kansas Athletics on Wednesday they had denied his eligibility waiver request appeal. Continue reading →
The case is closed for Kansas wide receiver Justin McCay.
The NCAA denied McCay’s last-ditch appeal for immediate eligibility, meaning McCay will spend his sophomore season on the bench. Coach Charlie Weis expressed his displeasure with the ruling, whi… Continue reading →