Jayhawks put unbeaten conference record to the test against No. 4 Texas - Kansas Jayhawks
In addition to the records, Kansas holds the best defense in the league in blocks per set (2.98), total blocks (191.0) and opponent hitting percentage (.163). On the flip side, Texas enters the match as the No. 1 team in the conference in hitting percentage (.292).
Jayhawk Insider: All about that defense - Kansas Jayhawks
The Jayhawks are in the midst of their longest winning streak of the season, increasing that total to seven games after big wins against conference opponents West Virginia (Oct. 3) and No. 23 Baylor (Oct. 6) last week. One of the main reasons behind Kansas' recent success has been their emphasis on the defensive side of the net.
KU's David McCormack in 'best shape of my life' after Boot Camp
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Nnaji’s official visit to KU ‘informative,’ dad says; Hurt is accurate shooter at camp
Zeke Nnaji’s first of five official campus visits — a Friday to Sunday trip to the University of Kansas — proved “very informative for sure,” the player’s dad, Apham Nnaji, told Zagsblog.com on Monday.
New KU Jayhawks podcast: Hoops preview and football at the midway point
The Star’s Jesse Newell and Blair Kerkhoff briefly discuss the Kansas Jayhawks football team at the halfway point of the season before previewing the 2018-19 men’s basketball team, which will be preseason No. 1 in most polls.
Larry Brown leaves Fiat Torino team temporarily; Roy wanted charity relief game, too
Former University of Kansas basketball coach Larry Brown, 78, has left his Fiat Torino team in Italy temporarily to undergo a medical procedure in the United States, team officials have announced.
Rookie point guard Devon Dotson starting ahead of huge shoes he's being asked to fill | KUsports.com
During the past two seasons, the Kansas men’s basketball program and its adoring fan base witnessed two of the best individual seasons ever turned in by KU guards.
Report: Former Jayhawk Joel Embiid set to sign with Under Armour | Tale of the Tait | KUsports.com
According to a report from Yahoo! Sports, former KU center Joel Embiid on Wednesday is poised to finalize a lucrative endorsement deal with Under Armour.
KU volleyball plans to lean on defense against Texas | KUsports.com
The Kansas backrow of Allie Nelson and Lacey Angello are ranked in the top 12 of the Big 12 in digs and Kansas also has two in the top five in blocks per set. Rachel Langs and Zoe Hill have earned the last three Big 12 defensive player of the week nods.
Basketball player’s father: Louisville assistant gave cash | KUsports.com
The father of a blue-chip college basketball recruit testified Tuesday that an assistant coach at the University of Louisville gave him a secret payment of $1,300 as part of a deal to get the son to sign with the school.
Tom Keegan: Kurtis Townsend's basketball life filled with stars | KUsports.com
So maybe it’s fitting that a basketball lifer — who, before ever working his first practice at KU, had already crossed paths with so many basketball giants — ended up here to become the longest tenured assistant coach in the history of the school’s men’s basketball program.
Freshman guard Ochai Agbaji on pace to become KU's latest pleasant surprise | KUsports.com
“I think he kind of built himself up,” Roberts said. “And once he got into his high school (senior) season, he got much more aggressive, and his level of play really increased and got better. And I think he just did a great job of working on his game and improving his game.”
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Red Sox defeat Yankees 4-3 in ALDS Game 4, advance to ALCS - SBNation.com
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