Signing Period: 10 quotes from '19 KU basketball G Issac McBride
McBride, of course, committed to the Jayhawks after Late Night following a summer blowup that garnered him a ton of attention. He was primarily recruited by Kurtis Townsend — more on that connection, here (VIP) — and followed a near-identical path to how Frank Mason arrived at KU, including impressing Townsend and the KU staff during the Fab 48 tournament in Las Vegas.
KU volleyball surrenders 2-set lead in loss to Kansas State | KUsports.com
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Meet Jedd Fisch | Smithology | KUsports.com
A name likely recognizable by only the most die-hard brand of college football fans, Jedd Fisch has become a coach worth knowing as Jeff Long, athletic director at the University of Kansas, continues in his search for the football program’s next head coach.
KU football's ongoing coaching search, home run hires and 2019 basketball title hopes | Ask Us Anything | KUsports.com
It’s a wild time of year for Kansas fans, what with the basketball season just underway and the university’s athletic director, Jeff Long, searching for the football program’s next head coach.
Bill Self impressed by range, size of KU signee Christian Braun
With Christian Braun officially signing on Wednesday, Self was able to publicly and officially praise the Kansas City-area product for his summer blowup that landed him a strong grouping of Division-I interest and offers. Braun added six offers (three from Power Five schools) in a one-week stretch in July and then six more (five from Power Five schools) later in the month. That coincided with a Final Four run at Peach Jam in which Braun was a key contributor for a talented Mokan Elite squad.
Bill Self not expecting more movement in early signing period
The KU basketball team inked two players in the class of 2019 on Wednesday, the start of the week-long early signing period for college basketball.
Smacker Miles addresses rumors on Les Miles, KU football
Smacker Miles has done work for the Longhorn Network and the Dallas Cowboys. She was an accomplished swimmer — earning several Academic All-Big 12 honors at Texas — and she is now a reporter back in the Louisiana area.
Self: Redshirt for De Sousa not a 'realistic possibility' yet
"I guess it could be; I don't think that Silvio, my personal opinion, would be a guy that would be in college for five years with his talent level, so I don't know if that would be the case," Self said. "But the answer to the question: I guess it is a possibility, but I don't think it's a realistic possibility, at least right now, unless there's some things that transpire differently than what we know to be as we speak right now."
Signing Period: Getting to know 2019 KU signee Christian Braun
As was expected and confirmed by multiple media reports, Christian Braun became the first player to sign with the KU men's basketball team in the 2019 recruiting cycle on Wednesday, which was the start of the early signing period.
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