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No. 3/3 Kansas (24-3, 12-2) returns to Allen Fieldhouse when it hosts TCU (17-10, 6-8) on Wednesday, Feb. 22, at 6 p.m., on ESPN2.
“It’s changed a lot, and not all bad things,” said Lucas of how navigating foul trouble has impacted the way he plays. “It definitely has helped me prepare for games where I might be in early foul trouble (because) now I know a little better how to play (through it).”
“In the years I played for Coach Wooden and the 10 years I spent as an assistant, he never once talked about winning,” Cunningham said. “Doing the best you can do transcended everything else, and only you’ll know if you did your best. That’s how he was with school, basketball, everything.”
With a grateful employer and a star on the rise, Hull has to make sure he can land some of those recruits safely in Lawrence come National Signing Day.
The Kansas baseball team opens up its 2017 home slate when the Jayhawks play host to Omaha, Tuesday, February 21, at Hoglund Ballpark.
McLaughlin has started 110 games for Kansas and will experience his third home opener today at Hoglund Ballpark, where Omaha (1-3) visits Kansas (1-2) for a 3 p.m. first pitch.
The Kansas men's track & field team continued its climb up the national rankings after the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) released its weekly top-25 Monday. The Jayhawks moved up two spots to check in at No. 6, marking the program's highest ranking – indoors or outdoors – since the current weekly rankings system began in 2008.
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A central question raised was about what the committee values most: Does it care about the best team, or the team that has accomplished the most during the season?
With the NCAA tournament less than a month away, ACC, Big Ten and Big 12 coaches offered their reports on league foes.
Kansas seems as though they would have a problem on defense against anybody who uses a lot of interior scoring and is efficient with its possessions.
We are living in strange times, I tell you. Kyrie Irving thinks Earth is flat. Draymond Green seems to agree with him. And losing at Kansas in OT is more costly than losing by 14 points at Pitt, at least according to one AP voter.