- Kansas Sports -
Second-year head coach David Beaty welcomed 105 KU players to Lawrence as the Jayhawks prepare for the season.
From position battles to new faces and modifications, here are five storylines to watch this month, as KU prepares for its 127th season of football, ahead of its Sept. 3 opener against Rhode Island.
Wednesday was a big day for KU basketball highlights on the Internet, whether by current players or former stars.
Junior-to-be Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk spent a good chunk of this summer away from his Kansas teammates preparing for and playing with his countrymen in the Under 20 European Championships in Finland.
"It's insane and I am honored," Payne said on Wednesday, six days before preseason camp begins. "With everything that we accomplished, I have to thank my teammates for any individual accolades I receive. I couldn't do it without my setter, libero, hitters and everyone who took part in helping me get where I am."
Former Kansas soccer stars Liana Salazar and Ingrid Vidal both saw action in Colombia's Group G match versus France at the 2016 Olympic Games Wednesday evening inside Mineirão Stadium.
- College Sports -
The ongoing drama over Big 12 expansion clearly demonstrates one thing — ESPN has been, um, fudging the truth for years.
1. @ Kansas (33-5 in 2015-16) - One of the top programs in the country and Jerod Haase's alma mater, Kansas is always a scary game -- especially in Lawrence.
A Tigers cornerback explains the season-changing play he made as a redshirt sophomore that helped assure him he was on the right path.
- Professional Sports -
This might be the weakest Team USA Olympic squad since 2004, but there’s little reason to believe anyone can beat them.
Most would agree that replay has served its intended purpose of getting as many missed calls corrected as possible in MLB. However, most would also agree that the system has some glaring flaws.
Lichterman talked to Philly Voice, revealing his identity and going on the record to tell his side of the story, insisting the ump has it all wrong.