There were some pretty recognizable faces on the floor Wednesday at the Horejsi Center wearing Crimson and Blue.
Former Kansas standout Mario Chalmers joined elite company when his Miami Heat team won the 2012 NBA Finals over the Oklahoma City Thunder Thursday. Chalmers joined former KU great Clyde Lovellette in becoming only the second Jayhawk to win an NCAA Nat… Continue reading
Okay, so it’s undoubtedly true that trying to derive meaningful conclusions from pick-up basketball games is something of a fool’s errand. Still, those who have seen Naadir Tharpe during the alumni scrimmages of the past two weeks have come away impres… Continue reading
Today begins a new series on the Big 12 Blog that we’ve never done before. I love predicting the standings from top to bottom, but we’re going to do it week by week leading up to the season here on the Big 12 Blog. The end goal is to offer my official … Continue reading
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Some Junior Season Highlights of Frankamp
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Kansas junior thrower Heather Bergmann was named to the 2011-12 Capital One Academic All-America® Women’s Track and Field Second Team Thursday, as chosen by the College Sports Information Directors of America (CoSIDA). Continue reading
Not even the news that 99 percent of this sport’s fan base has been waiting for eternity to hear — that yes, a playoff is coming to college football — could keep the conference expansion chatter from running wild Wednesday. And while the Notre Dame f… Continue reading
Time for the next team in our series examining one player on each Big 12 team who will enter 2012 with a profile that doesn’t quite match his worth to the team.
In other words, they’re coming in under the radar. Click here for more players under the r… Continue reading
St. Vincent and David Byrne are making an album together? This is a real thing that’s really happening? Sign me up.
Stewart Mandel of SI.com says Dana Holgorsen’s stock has risen more in the past year than any other coach.
K-State isn’t shy about… Continue reading