TOPEKA NATIVE LEADS OSU BASEBALL PAST KU: Topeka native and Seaman product Robbie Rea, an Oklahoma State junior, went 3-for-4 with a two-run homer to help the Cowboys baseball team beat Kansas 14-3 on Saturday in Lawrence. No. 19 OSU had a season-high … Continue reading →
March Madness is here By Josh Kurelac The 2012-2013 men’s college basketball season has been filled with parody. The inconsistent play of basketball teams throughout the country has coaches, players, expert analysts and fans scratching their heads. As March begins, it’s time for teams to start playing their best basketball of the year. At the end of this month, four teams will advance to the Final Four in Atlanta, Ga. Here’s three teams that have a legitimate chance to attain that goal. Indiana Hoosiers (24-4) (12-3 Big Ten) College basketball’s most talented team, Indiana, leads the Big Ten, which is the nation’s toughest conference. The Hoosiers started the year by winning 15 of 16 games, before losing to Wisconsin 64-59 in… Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — Kansas did not want quite the same challenge early in its 2012-13 nonconference basketball schedule as it faced last season.
Then, the likes of Kentucky, Georgetown, UCLA and Duke comprised four of the first five games KU played before Tha… Continue reading →
KU BASEBALL TOPS BAKER 7-3: Big hits by Zac Elgie and Kevin Kuntz helped the Kansas baseball team down Baker 7-3 on Tuesday in Lawrence. Elgie went 2-for-4 with his fourth homer in the first innings, hwile Kuntz broke the game open with a two-run doubl… Continue reading →
At no point in the Sunflower football rivalry was the potential so penal as when a pair of coaches from the South were intent on generating their own revivals.
Kansas and Kansas State were coming off a 3-3 tie in 1966, which resulted in changes for bot… Continue reading →