Posts Tagged Under: Tickets For Less

DeBruce Center opens at Allen Fieldhouse

Mandatory Credit: Gould Evans

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

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KU Powers into Elite 8



NCAA Basketball: NCAA Tournament-South Regional-Kansas vs Maryland

Mandatory Credit: Jamie Rhodes – USA TODAY Sports

Despite being a favorite on betting lines, the higher ranked seed, and by most accounts considered to be the better team, the Kansas Jayhawks entered

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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


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.


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KU Rolling into Sweet 16


Mandatory Credit: Bo Rader – Wichita Eagle – TNS

It’s the Sweet 16 for Kansas–the first time in two years, and the top overall seeded Jayhawks are playing their best basketball of the season.

Conveniently enough, KU

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No. 1 Kansas Set For Rival Kansas State

Mandatory Credit: Rich Sugg – KC Star

The matchup fans were hoping for is set, as Kansas will get game three against Kansas State this weekend.

The Wildcats defeated Oklahoma State on Wednesday night for the right to face the Jayhawks, and

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No. 1 Kansas Preparing for Big 12 Tourney

NCAA Basketball: Iowa State at Kansas

Mandatory Credit: John Rieger – USA TODAY Sports

The nearly unanimous No. 1 team in the country is just days away from taking the court at nearby Sprint Center in downtown Kansas City, Missouri to try

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