Posts Tagged Under: Kansas Jayhawks

Welcome to the Les Miles Era

David Booth Memorial Stadium will be the focal point of the Les Miles Era at Kansas.

Les. Camera. Action! The Kansas Jayhawks football program finds itself in dire need of a savior. With that: Welcome

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The 2016-17 Kansas Jayhawks starting five

What will the Kansas Jayhawks starting five look like in the 2016-17 season?

A lot like last year’s team, but with some huge replacements for the players leaving the program. Consistently one of the best players in the nation, forward Perry Ellis will be the most difficult piece for Bill Self

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2019-20 Nonconference Kansas Basketball Schedule

The Kansas Jayhawks will have another tough slate of nonconference home games inside Allen Fieldhouse in the 2019-20 season.

The University of Kansas men’s basketball team released the Jayhawks’ 2019-20 nonconference schedule on

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Top 5 NBA champion Jayhawks

At the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 2016 NBA championship parade, LeBron James made note of a growing group of former Kansas players as he introduced guard Sasha Kaun.

“‘You know you can’t win a championship without a Jayhawk on your team,'” James said Mario Chalmers, who won a championship with LeBron with the

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Could Self leave for the NBA?

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

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Josh Jackson Signs with Kansas

It’s official.

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

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Self, Kansas Reloading for 2016-17

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It was an incredible season for the Kansas Jayhawks which unfortunately came up disappointingly short. KU was playing as well as any team in the country, and when the NCAA tournament kicked off, appeared ready to make a serious run at a Final Four.

In

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