Allen Fieldhouse has always been considered one of, if not the top college basketball arena in the country. Several years ago, the Booth Family Hall of Athletics was opened to include seemingly endless historical artifacts related to KU sports
Could he? Sure, he could. The better question is: will he?
If you asked that question 10 years ago, or even eight, following his national championship in 2008, it may have seemed a little more conceivable. NBA circles were talking about him more frequently because with that level
Bill Self and Kansas have signed No. 1-ranked prospect, Josh Jackson.
It was announced Tuesday that the 6-foot-7 wing had submitted his official paperwork to the University for the 2016-2017 season, capping off another important recruiting haul for the staff.
There had been nervous talk