The Kansas Team That Just Won't Quit
Betting Against the Best?
Two weeks ago, No. 1 seeds North Carolina and Michigan State won their opening games of the NCAA tournament.
Chasing History - Despite trailing by double digits at halftime, a young Kansas team has managed to take back control of their tournament destiny.
The number five seeded Jayhawks currently hold a two-point lead over North Carolina with under four minutes left in their Elite Eight game.
Basketball's Back in Kansas City
The Kansas Jayhawks (12-0) are at it again. Their first 11 wins weren’t enough to satisfy them, so they set their sights on taking down No.1
Wilt's Mantle? - Wilt Chamberlain is widely considered one of, if not the greatest basketball player of all time.
A Winning Tradition Returns to Lawrence
The Jayhawks have won five conference championships and three national titles in their illustrious 129-year history.
Bill Self - Coach of the Year?
To Coach of The Year award, there are some obvious names that come to mind: Mike Krzyzewski. Tom Izzo. Roy Williams.
Over a month into his first recruiting cycle, Bill Self has pieced together a very solid 2017 class.
His first recruit was Devonté Graham, an extremely talented point guard who will fit in well with KU’s backcourt system.
Landen Lucas - Most Improved Player Candidate?
The last team to beat KU was UNC, and if they land Lucas, it'll probably be them again.
This is a dream pick for UNC fans. The Tar Heels might need to do a bit of convincing here though.
Svi Mykhailiuk - Bright Future?
In Svi Mykhailiuk, Kansas has a player with a promising future.
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