Sharon Lokedi named Big 12 Female Runner of the Week after making season debut

Following her eighth place finish at the Pre-National Invitational in Louisville, Kentucky, on Oct. 14, junior Sharon Lokedi was named the Big 12 Female Cross Country Runner of the Week on Tuesday. It is her second time receiving the honor, and the two-time All American made her season debut last week after sitting out both […]

#KU50: Also 24 Jeff Withey

When you have a massive brain fart and forget one of KU’s best big men of all time for no reason other than you just scrolled past his name, you have to improvise. Withey maybe doesn’t belong quite this high given that he really only had two seasons in a KU uniform, but he was […]

Win a Set of Jayhawk Pint Glasses from Buffalo Wild Wings!

To help bring in the new B-Dubs Collegiate Collection, we teamed up with our friends at Buffalo Wild Wings to give away a set of 4 of these awesome pint glasses and a $5 e-gift card to the lucky winner who can guess the total points scored by Big 12 Football teams this weekend. The […]

Notebook: Kansas football continues its march into obscurity

#FireZenger Kansas football is working on keeping the locker rooms clean, parking the right spots, and running off the field at the end of practice. No, seriously you guys, no joke. David Beaty is moving the goalposts when it comes to his own words about when his team should start showing progess. Kansas football continues […]

#KU50: 24 Greg Ostertag

One of my first basketball memories growing up was watching the Bulls and the Jazz in the NBA finals. This was before I became a Kansas fan so I didn’t gravitate towards Ostertag by any means, but after I found out he went to Kansas I remember thinking how cool it was he was on […]

#KU50: 25 Aaron Miles

Aaron Miles is generally brought up first when best pure point guards of the Self era discussions come up, and for good reason. He had three seasons with an assist rate over 30 percent, and ranked 14th in the stat as a junior and 13th as a senior. It’s no surprise then that Miles has […]

A (Semi) Statistical Recap of Iowa State

I guess I didn’t really think it was possible, but here we are. Kansas football is actually getting worse. Worse than an 18-point loss to a bad MAC team. Worse than a 46-point loss on Homecoming. I mean, at least KU scored points in those games. But here we are in the middle of October […]

Kansas to conduct internal review of basketball program

#FireZenger The Des Moines Register says that what Iowa State did to Kansas is what good teams are supposed to do to bad teams. David Beaty calls the series with TCU “a fun rivalry.” To fire a coordinator now would could cost the university up to $1 million each (although in fairness I don’t know […]

Sporting Kansas City clinches playoff berth but continues to struggle

After a 0-0 home tie with Houston Dynamo on Sunday evening, Sporting Kansas City extended its winless streak to four games, its longest of the season. With the result, Kansas City clinched a spot in the 2017 playoffs, but dropped from second to fourth place in the Western Conference. Late substitute Latif Blessing whiffing the […]

Kansas soccer fails to record a shot on goal in loss to Baylor

Sunday afternoon’s game between Kansas and Baylor soccer saw just two registered shots on target the whole game, including a meaningless shot by Baylor with three seconds left on the clock from 30 yards out. The other shot on target was a goal, by Baylor’s Aline De Lima in the 79th minute. It was the […]

#KU50: 26 Drew Gooden

In his book Long Shot, Jeff Boschee briefly talks about the intermittent issues Drew Gooden had with Roy Williams. Gooden would grow out his hair, wear old shoes, and other semi passive aggressive (OK, really passive aggressive) things like that. There was a time when it was fair to wonder whether Gooden would ever truly […]