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“The way we were doing it, it wasn’t really working ... we decided, or I decided we were going to try to play as much as we could with four the last two games,” KU coach Bill Self said Tuesday on his Hawk Talk radio show.
The problem, however, is that KU now has lost three conference road games in a row and played five bad halves and just one good one during that stretch. Sure, all three of those losses came in tough environments, but the way this Big 12 season is unfolding and the way this Kansas team is playing away from Allen Fieldhouse, does anyone really think things will get any easier on the road for the Jayhawks in the near future?
Kansas is now 5-3 in the Big 12 through eight games for the first time ever under Bill Self. That suggests the Jayhawks' string of 11 straight Big 12 titles is in danger of being snapped.
Clocked at 4.5 seconds in the 40-yard dash, Starks seems to have the size, speed and athleticism to run the kind of offense Beaty and offensive coordinator Rob Likens began installing last season.
The Kansas track & field teams will host their final indoor meet of the season when they welcome over 20 teams and nearly 700 athletes for the Jayhawk Classic Jan. 28-29.
Ten different Kansas teams performed live acts in front of their peers inside Horejsi Family Athletics Center, and one performance was delivered via video, starting at 7 p.m., Monday night, shortly after a reception featuring light hors d'oeuvres.
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At a fan event on Monday sponsored by the Lakers, former LSU center Shaquille O'Neal brought up the Tigers and said some interesting things about the benefits he was offered during his time there.
Rashad Weaver decommitted from Michigan after Jim Harbaugh was unable to guarantee a spot for him on National Signing Day.
Welcome back to the ugly side of college football recruiting: The business of managing rosters. No matter where the truth resides in these stories, you don't want to be the university with multiple recruits publicly saying their scholarship isn't necessarily there a week or two before signing day.
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The Panthers are back in the Big Game and owner Jerry Richardson is making sure everyone on the payroll gets to experience this Super Bowl live and in person.
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Kansas football legend John Hadl was honored by the athletic department at halftime of the Texas game last Saturday.
John Hadl easily represents one of the greatest all-around performers in Kansas history. The Jayhawks' first two-time All-America selection, Hadl excelled in the Jayhawk offense as a quarterback and part-time halfback. His jersey No. 21 is one of just three retired in Kansas football history.
A little about the KU legend and his love for KU.