Apr 28, 2012; Lawrence, KS, USA; Kansas Jayhawks head coach Charlie Weis watches during the first half of the Spring Game at Memorial Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-US PRESSWIRE
Weis doesn’t need KU job, but wants it anyway - KansasCity.com
"The more wins, the happier I am," he says. "I’m miserable by nature anyway. When we win, I’m going to be miserable at night anyway."
Lineman Aslam Sterling has huge potential | KUsports.com
Sounds like he could become pretty important depending on the severity of Riley Spencer's injury.
Open practice lovefest for QB Dayne Crist | KUsports.com
One by one, Kansas University football fans filed through the longest of the autograph lines that lined the Memorial Stadium track after Saturday’s open practice, all with the idea of meeting one player — quarterback Dayne Crist.
KU QBs battling for backup spot | CJOnline.com
"Back at my old school, we would call the protection based on how the defense was lined up, taking into account the front four instead of the linebackers," said Baty, who threw 23 touchdowns last season at City College of San Francisco. "The first day, I couldn’t make a Mike ID to save my life, but now I feel a lot more comfortable."
NBA forward: Kansas post players 'really good' | KUsports.com
"They’re really good. They play with intensity," Seraphin said. "They like to compete and fight. That was a good thing."
Former Jayhawk Sasha Kaun wins bronze medal with Russia | KUsports.com
A medal for Sausha Kaun.
French, pro overpower Jayhawks' inexperienced lineup in exhibition finale | KUsports.com
Pretty young team giving it a go on Sunday.