Know Your KU History
47 Days: KU Football By the Numbers, 71-99
KU has had some great tacklers and some fine receivers.
Great Games in KU Football History: 2008 vs. Minnesota
The last bowl win for KU was an offensive explosion
Great Games in History: 1992 Aloha Bowl
Kansas got their first bowl win in 31 years on Christmas Day 1992.
Great Games in KU Football History: 1995 at Colorado
A surprising win in Boulder propelled KU to a great season.
Know Your KU History: Kristi Kloster
Get to know one of the most decorated track athletes in KU’s prestigious track history.
Know Your KU History: Maurice King
The first African-American starter in KU basketball history
Know Your KU History: Lynette Woodard
The best women’s college basketball player of all time was a Jayhawk.
Know Your KU History: Scooter Barry
This son of an NBA Hall of Famer played pro basketball for almost 20 years.
Know Your KU History: Mark Randall
No one in the history of Kansas basketball has shot a higher percentage from the field than Mark Randall.
Know Your KU History: Wilt Chamberlain’s Return to Allen Fieldhouse
In many people’s opinion, Wilt’s return was the single greatest non-basketball moment in the history of Allen Fieldhouse.
Know Your KU History: Calvin Thompson
How many KU players have played on a sub-.500 team and in a Final Four?
Know Your KU History: Eric Chenowith
The McDonald’s All-American is one of the most misunderstood players in KU basketball history.
Know Your KU History: Angela Aycock
From basketball superstar to nun. How many people take that career path?
Know Your KU History: Wayne Hightower
If you’re going to follow someone’s career path, it might as well be Wilt Chamberlain’s.
Know Your KU History: Kenny Gregory
One of the best athletes to ever suit up for Kansas, Kenny Gregory has gone underappreciated after his KU career.
Know Your KU History: Jeff Boschee
It’s time to talk about the best three point shooter in the history of the Kansas program.
Know Your KU History: Rex Walters
Is Rex Walters the best transfer in the history of Kansas basketball?
Know Your KU History: Kwamie Lassiter
Kwamie Lassiter is one of the best defensive backs to ever ply his trade at the University of Kansas.
Know Your KU History: Gerald McBurrows
Always underrated and sometimes underappreciated, Gerald McBurrows had a long and fruitful NFL career.
Know Your KU History: John Riggins
The Centralia, Kansas native dominated at KU as well as in the NFL with the New York Jets and Washington Redskins.
Know Your KU History: Eric Vann
Today we examine the man who set the KU record for longest run from scrimmage. Yes, Eric Vann took one 99 yards against Oklahoma once.