It has been a very rocky start for Kansas starting quarterback Dayne Crist but if there is one thing you can say about the fifth-year senior it’s that he is resilient. Each week Crist faces the music with his head held high ready and looking forward … Continue reading →
LAWRENCE — When Kansas walked on the floor — or, in particular, to midcourt for the opening tap — there was never any fear of intimidation.
Be it an opposing player, coach, gym, whatever, no one or no thing could look as menacing as Thomas Robins… Continue reading →
No doubt about it, I underestimated Oklahoma State. That’s not to say that I ever thought Kansas was going to control the game or win, I just sort of assumed that this was classic OSU. Strong offense, weak defense and that offense w… Continue reading →
When talking to Kansas defensive coordinator Dave Campo one thing is abundantly clear: this guy knows football. As well he should after spending a large part of the last half century studying opposing offense at both the collegiate and professional lev… Continue reading →
The men’s basketball team has important recruits attending Late Night By Nick Ratliff Welcome to the Recruiting Trail, where this week the blog will purely be devoted to the biggest recruiting night of the year in Lawrence, Kansas, Late Night in the Phog. I’ll get you ready for all off the festivities tomorrow night, and let you know all of the recruits who are visiting and where they stand with the Jayhawks. But first some news on the newest addition to the Jayhawk family. Earlier this past week, Bill Self received a commitment from three star guard Frank Mason from Petersburg, Virginia. Many Kansas fans have questioned the move with Mason’s three star status and… Continue reading →
Texas A&M is gone, so does that give the Red River Rivalry a little more juice in the state of Texas? Jenni Carlson of The Oklahoman asks around.
The game will never move to prime time. You won’t hear the cut-and-dry reas… Continue reading →
With Kansas taking on Oklahoma State on Saturday the kind folks over at the great OSU blog Pistols Firing exchanged some questions regarding this weekend’s bloodbath game. You can see my answers to their questions at Pistols Firing(th… Continue reading →
Lucky you, today you get a double dose of opponent talk with an opposing blog. Fetch did some work with ‘Pistols Firing’ while I bounced five questions of our SB Nation counterpart ‘Cowboys Ride For Free’.
Oklahoma State has obv… Continue reading →