So far this is shaping up to be a pretty good weekend. Basketball team looks very good, Selby is cleared, Ben Mclemore might announce today and all we have left to do is upsetting the Oklahoma State Cowboys. And don't miss it!! The one endzone football game is being played today.
Breakdown: Many factors involved in KU's poor pass protection against Nebraska | The Newell Post | KUsports.com
Taking on the o-line issus this week.
3 KU questions vs. OSU | CJOnline.com
Jayhawks anonymous: Largely overshadowed class to bow out today | KUsports.com
Might explain the struggles a bit.
Know the foe: Oklahoma State Cowboys boast explosive offense | KUsports.com
The thing that scares us all this morning.
NCAA clears Josh Selby to play for KU starting Dec. 18 | KUsports.com
And the Big news of the night
Josh Selby missing piece for Kansas | KUsports.com
Certainly what we hope, but I felt like we were pretty good without him. Not that I don't want him.
KU tops North Texas, streaks on | CJOnline.com
Fit to be tied: KU matches Allen Fieldhouse winning streak | KUsports.com
A look at the streak
Recap: No joshing, KU's offense great against North Texas | The Newell Post | KUsports.com
This team has looked impressive early.
Twenty Kansas seniors will be playing their final game at Memorial Stadium Saturday. The group includes: PK Jacob Branstetter, OL Sal Capra, TE Bradley Dedeaux, LB Drew Dudley, DB Chris Harris, WR Rod Harris, WR Tertavian Ingram, DE Jake Laptad, LB Dakota Lewis, S Olaitan Oguntodu, WR Reece Petty, RB Angus Quigley, P Alonso Rojas, CB Calvin Rubles, OL Alex Smith, LB Justin Springer, S Phillip Strozier, OL Brad Thorson, WR Johnathan Wilson and DE Quintin Woods.
KU is 8-6 in Senior Day games since the inception of the Big 12 Conference. Oklahoma State ruined the seniors' final home game in 2002 as the Cowboys defeated Kansas 55-20 in 2002