Fetch and I cover everything that has happened in the Kansas Athletics realm in the last few weeks. And I do mean EVERYTHING.
Steve and I talk about the latest news for KU basketball.
The seventh overall prospect on the ESPN 100 recruiting list for 2017 cut his list to five teams. Kansas remains in the hunt.
One of the top PGs in the 2017 recruiting class will be hosting Kansas coaches at his home this Friday.
The #1 rated overall player in the 2016 class has decided to be a Jayhawk.
Basketball season officially begins NOW!
Fear the Phog!
Time for our weekly dose of everything KU recruiting.
With Kelly Oubre, Jr. and Cliff Alexander off to the NBA, the Kansas Jayhawks now have three open scholarships for next season.
Cheick Diallo was a stud Wednesday night in the McDonald's All-American game, but he wasn't the only player on the Jayhawks' short list of 2015 recruits to play well.
Charlotte graduate transfer Mike Thorne, Jr. may not be a five-star high school stud fans are salivating over, but make no mistake, he could impact the Kansas Jayhawks next season.
As it gets closer and closer to top recruits making their choices, let's take a look at some more impact players the Jayhawks could land.
The Kansas Jayhawks are annually on the radar of multiple top recruits. Here's a breakdown of some of the very best who could land in Lawrence next year.
Part 3: A look into the hits and misses of Bill Self's bigs recruiting at Kansas University.
Part 2: A look into the hits and misses of Bill Self's wing recruiting at Kansas University.
A look into the hits and misses of Bill Self's point guard recruiting at Kansas University.
Does Carlton Bragg have what it takes to be the next great Kansas big man?
ICYMI: Harry Giles trims his list, and Kansas is still on it.