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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 KU History: 1973 at Florida State

A shutout at FSU? Yes, please.

Great Games in KU History: 2005 vs. Houston

Fort Worth Bowl Champions!

Great Games in KU Football History: 1997 vs. Oklahoma

99 Yards for Eric Vann!

Great Games in KU History: 2003 vs. Missouri

The Whittemore era was pretty great.

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: Rick Suttle

A great "sixth man" and Final Four participant.

Know Your KU History: Dave Robisch

Introducing the vastly underrated Dave Robisch.

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: Sean Pearson

The forgotten man.

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: Nick Bradford

High socks and a headband.

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: Ron Kellogg

Is Ron Kellogg the best pure shooter in KU history?

Know Your KU History: Angela Aycock

From basketball superstar to nun. How many people take that career path?

Know Your KU History: Greg Ostertag

The Big O

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.

Know Your KU History: Gale Sayers

The Kansas Comet. Need we say more?