Kansan sports editor Huntyr Schwegman and sports columnist Dylan Cunningham debate which Kansas men's basketball recruit will make the biggest impact during the 2019-20 season.
Even with the addition of coach Les Miles, expectations for Kansas football in 2019 should be tempered due to some key departures on both sides of the ball.
The Big Slick began its 10th anniversary this morning at Children’s Mercy. The event is hosted by five Kansas City-area natives who are also noted celebrities.
With a recruiting class headlined by junior college transfers, Kansas football looks to be on a potential upward trend heading into summer 2019.
Junior middle distance runner Bryce Hoppel extended his individual race winning streak, while junior thrower Gleb Dudarev and freshman pole vaulter Zach Bradford earned First Team All-American honors Wednesday.
Kansas' defense is the most important aspect that must be kept in check this upcoming year. Finding strong, accurate shooters at goal is similarly important.
Kansas baseball juniors pitcher Ryan Zeferjahn and catcher Jaxx Groshans were selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 2019 MLB First-Year Player Draft Tuesday.
2019 four-star small forward Jalen Wilson could electrify Kansas' bench with his ability to catch-and-shoot from outside and create shots for teammates.
Kansas track and field qualified multiple entries for nationals over the weekend at the NCAA West Preliminary in Sacramento, California.