Volleyball action tonight! Please try to make it to Allen Fieldhouse if you can tonight, the ladies can really use your support.
Bechard made a case for the Lawrence pod having the most depth of any in the nation, citing the strong RPI numbers of all four schools.
The three visiting schools have at least one thing in common: Each defeated KU in its most recent match against the Jayhawks.
In addition to McNorton and Riley, senior defensive specialist Jaime Mathieu and senior twins Kara and Amy Wehrs have lived in the Bungalow.
"I think the chemistry of our team is what’s gotten us so far," Riley says. "Obviously, we have talent, but I think our chemistry has made us what we are."
"We’re going to put Frank out there to start the game," Self said. "He’s been one of our more consistent, better performers so far this year. I think he deserves the opportunity."
"You can be aggressive and get that shot any time, and it’s not anything selfish. He’s doing exactly what I’m telling him to do, be aggressive."
When the light goes on for young players, they understand that it doesn’t mean the light is always green when playing aggressively.
I couldn't really tell from what was said, but I think our assignment was "just win" although we might get extra credit for "stomping the Buffs on their home floor."
Recap of the press conference. Full audio below.
Although the news changed the look of Bragg’s future, it did nothing to change the relationship between the two centers. Grunhard, who stepped down after two seasons at KU in order to spend more time with his family, reached out to Bragg the night his resignation became public, and it was that gesture along with a Monday visit from KU head coach Charlie Weis that encouraged the eighth-rated center in the country to stick with his commitment to Kansas.
"KU’s been loyal to me, and I’m going to show them the respect they deserve," Bragg said.
The Firebirds quarterback and free safety is the first FSHS football player to earn the award, which distinguishes him as the state’s top player and, according to a press release, recognizes him not only for outstanding athletic excellence, but also high standards of academic achievement and exemplary character demonstrated on and off the field.
Committed to play for his hometown college football program at Kansas University, Dineen is now a finalist for the Gatorade National Football Player of the Year award, which will be announced later this month.
I'm assuming the insider piece here will be reiterating what was said above, but since I'm not sure and I saw we had a recruit mentioned, I thought I'd include the link.