Tough schedule awaits young Jayhawks in 2013-14 | Topeka Capital-Journal
Duke, Georgetown, San Diego State among confirmed opponents KU hasn’t released its 2013-14 basketball slate, but the schedule could be finalized within the next week, said Larry Keating, who handles hoops scheduling as a special assistant to athletic director Sheahon Zenger.
The Jayhawks are...
M. Basketball Jayhawks in the Community: Garrett, Tharpe Reveal Tournament of Kids' Books Winner | University of Kansas Athletics
25 years ago: Jayhawks honored at White House reception | Lawrence Journal-World
The Kansas men's basketball team was enjoying a whirlwind one-day tour of the nation's capital this week, beginning with a reception in the Dirksen Senate Office Building, where U.S. Sen. Bob Dole...
W. Basketball Kansas' Run Ends at Regionals; Jayhawks Downed 93-63 | University of Kansas Athletics
Roque: March Madness goes on with or without Jayhawks | University Daily Kansan
know it, and unfortunately there’s nothing we can do as fans to resurrect the 2012-2013 men’s basketball season for Bill Self and company. So what do we do now? There is a wide range of coping mechanisms for fans of “championship or bust” programs like ours when...
Young Jayhawks face rough slate in 2013-14 | Lawrence Journal-World
_ One of the youngest teams in Kansas University basketball history will embark on a challenging schedule in 2013-14.
The Jayhawks will meet Duke in the third and final Champions Classic, set for Tuesday, Nov. 12, in Chicago’s United...
Police, city officials, plan for celebrations if Jayhawks advance in tournament | Lawrence Journal-World
March Madness for a reason, and the unruly crowds swarming Massachusetts Street and other neighborhoods during past college basketball tournaments have cost the city hundreds of thousands of dollars.
If the Kansas University men’s basketball team wins on Friday and Sunday, a similar scene is expected...
M. Basketball Jayhawks Stay Perfect in Kansas City, Advance to Sweet 16 | University of Kansas Athletics
M. Basketball Jayhawks Continue Preparations for North Carolina | University of Kansas Athletics
Jayhawks to face Tar Heels again in postseason tournament | University Daily Kansan
be a benefit playing in the game tomorrow.”
Most of Roy Williams’ teams play a fast brand of basketball, and this team is no different, averaging 77.2 points per game, which is 14th in the nation. The Tar Heels also forced their opponents into committing more than 100...
M. Basketball Top-Seeded Jayhawks Advance Past Western Kentucky | University of Kansas Athletics
M. Basketball Jayhawks Meet the Media, Practice in Sprint Center Thursday | University of Kansas Athletics
M. Basketball NCAA Tournament: Jayhawks Arrive in Kansas City | University of Kansas Athletics
Ready to roll: Jayhawks make themselves at home | Lawrence Journal-World
after it arrived at the Westin Crown Center on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 in Kansas City, Mo. Kansas basketball coach Bill Self talks with media members after the Jayhawks' arrival at the Westin Crown Center on Wednesday, March 20, 2013 in Kansas City, Mo. Kansas University’s basketball team...
Jayhawks begin tournament preparations in Kansas City | University Daily Kansan
NCAA Tournament Second and Third Rounds at the Sprint Center.
While the team is here to win two basketball games, not enjoy the fountains of go to Union Station, coach Bill Self said his team would still enjoy this “business trip.”
Unlike most road games, Kansas arrived to the...
M. Basketball Jayhawks Reach Title Game in Inside Higher Ed's Academic Tournament | University of Kansas Athletics
Tickets to Jayhawks? first games most expensive in NCAA tournament | Lawrence Journal-World
Looking to get to the Sprint Center for the Jayhawks' first two games of the NCAA men's basketball tournament? On Tuesday morning, tickets for the first two rounds were going for an average of $500 a ticket, according to SeatGeek, a ticket brokerage business that monitors ticket prices...
Former Hilltopper Townsend to scout WKU for Jayhawks | Lawrence Journal-World
_ Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self had his players’ full attention as he delivered his first scouting report on Western Kentucky on Sunday in Allen Fieldhouse. “I said, ‘Hey, this is Western Kentucky...
Jayhawks placed as No. 1 seed in tough south region | University Daily Kansan
t on last season’s team, freshman Ben McLemore, is one of the most exciting players in college basketball. How he performs, especially early in games, might determine if Kansas returns to the national championship game.
No. 16 Western Kentucky (20-15)
Location: Bowling Green...
Jayhawks looking for No. 1 seed during Selection Sunday | Topeka Capital-Journal
like we can knock down shots here.” Sunday will be a big day for the Jayhawks and college basketball teams across the country, as they find out where they’ll be playing and what seed they’ll be. Many Jayhawks said they care about the seed, location and matchup...
Kevin Haskin: Slower pace for Cats fails to slow Jayhawks | Topeka Capital-Journal
paraphrase: Winning at time of possession can be a critical statistic as long as you score points. The basketball equivalent of ball control the Wildcats tried failed to do just that -- score points. K-State went 10-plus minutes in the first half without a field goal, managed just 16...
Jayhawks open Big 12 Tournament against Red Raiders | Lawrence Journal-World
the Studio 66 TV crew. “I wake up tomorrow and I’ll still be coach of Texas Tech basketball. It’s an unbelievable university, an unbelievable opportunity. I take it day by day and whatever happens, happens.” Practice time: KU practiced in Lawrence on Wednesday afternoon. The Jayhawks did...
KU’s Elijah Johnson grows into Jayhawks’ clear leader | Lawrence Journal-World
_ During the first two seasons of his college basketball career, Kansas University guard Elijah Johnson sat in the shadows and watched the Jayhawks rack up 68 victories in 74 games.
While averaging just 11 minutes per game during those...
Jayhawks: ‘There’s nothing to celebrate’ | Lawrence Journal-World
2013, at Allen Fieldhouse. Kansas University earned a share of the title with Kansas State.
Kansas State’s basketball players and coaches clipped the nets before about 3,000 fans Monday in Bramlage Coliseum in celebration of the school’s first Big 12 championship since 1977.
There was no...
McLemore?s road performance not enough for the Jayhawks | University Daily Kansan
there and play my game like always,” McLemore said.
Which for McLemore means sticking to his place Kansas basketball’s high-low system and attacking the rim at every opportunity.
Most likely, McLemore didn’t awe Self because he’s capable of — and should be — posting these numbers...