WU GOLF IN 10TH AFTER FIRST ROUND AT NCAAS: The Washburn golf team is tied for 10th after the first round of the NCAA Midwest/Central Regional Tournament, which took place on Monday in Kenosha, Wis.
WU finished with a 7-over-par 295 team score. Ronnie … Continue reading →
KINDERKNECHT WINS ALL-AMERICAN AGAIN: Washburn senior guard Laura Kinderknecht added her third All-American honor on Monday as she was named honorable mention by the WBCA.
WU BASEBALL MOVES GAME: Washburn’s baseball doubleheader with Nebraska-Kearney scheduled for Tuesday at Falley Field has been moved to Kansas State’s Tointon Family Stadium at 2 p.m. Wednesday because of snow. WU is 5-14 overall, 5-13 MIAA.
Kansas center Jeff Withey and guard Ben McLemore were named to the 10-member all-district team announced Tuesday by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association.
The All-District VI team includes players from Kansas, Missouri, Iowa, Oklahoma, Nebraska, Nort… Continue reading →
New Faces & Bigger Expectations By Brennan Keller Charlie Weis accepted the head coaching position at the University of Kansas fully aware that he had a major rebuilding project ahead of him. Weis, who has been around the game of football since 1979, has the coaching ability to rejuvenate a program that won the BCS Orange Bowl only five years ago. When Weis came to Lawrence, many college football analysts disliked the hire. After finishing last season 1-11, many still do. That being said, Weis has continued to hit the recruiting trail along with his talented coaching staff and their efforts have paid off. With the 2013 signing day in the books, coach Weis could… Continue reading →
TRIP IN TIME
5 YEARS AGO | NOV. 3, 2007
Kansas 76, Nebraska 39
LAWRENCE — Looking ahead can be dangerous, though Kansas made sure not to look in the past when Nebraska visited Memorial Stadium and suffered one of the most thorough defeats in its sto… Continue reading →
KU-BAYLOR KICKOFF SET: Kickoff for Kansas’ Nov. 3 game at Baylor has been set for 2:30 p.m., the Big 12 announced Monday. The game will air on Fox Sports Net, which also will carry the broadcast of KU’s game against Texas at 11 a.m. Saturday.
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In the span of a year, the Big 12 has gone from turmoil to terrific on television once again.
A conference whose football future was uncertain with the defections of Nebraska, Colorado, Texas A&M and Missouri over the past two… Continue reading →
Well, KU lost. Here are my thoughts. But we can take solace in the fact that other teams lost in a myriad of more embarrassing ways. Falling from Grace Where to begin? How about Arkansas getting taken out of the Top 25 entirely by Louisiana Monroe? Razorback fans are going to make the excuse that QB Tyler Wilson left the game at halftime due to injury, but come on, shouldn’t the #8 team be able to beat the Warhawks with their 3rd string in the game? The answer is yes, Arkansas. The answer is yes. Also your defense stinks and WOO PIG SOOIE is dumb. One can only hope this begins your long slide back into… Continue reading →