Roy Williams, who broke the hearts of Jayhawks fans when he left Lawrence to become coach at North Carolina, will join former Kansas coaches Ted Owens and Larry Brown — and current coach Bill Self — for a night of festivities on Monday, Oct. 27 celebrating the 60th season of basketball at Allen Fieldhouse.
Roy Williams, who broke the hearts of Jayhawks fans when he left Lawrence to become coach at North Carolina, will join former Kansas coaches Ted Owens and Larry Brown — and current coach Bill Self — for a night of festivities on Monday, Oct. 27 celebrating the 60th season of basketball at Allen Fieldhouse. File photo by Robert Willett THE NEWS & OBSERVER
Roy Williams, who broke the hearts of Jayhawks fans when he left Lawrence to become coach at North Carolina, will join former Kansas coaches Ted Owens and Larry Brown — and current coach Bill Self — for a night of festivities on Monday, Oct. 27 celebrating the 60th season of basketball at Allen Fieldhouse. File photo by Robert Willett THE NEWS & OBSERVER

Roy Williams, Ted Owens and Larry Brown will all return to Kansas to celebrate Allen Fieldhouse

August 12, 2014 9:33 PM

More Videos

  • Alley-oops, 3-pointers and a rivalry renewed: Highlights from Kansas win over Missouri

    The University of Kansas men's basketball teams defeated Missouri 93-87 in an exhibition game Sunday, Oct. 22, 2017, at the Sprint Center in Kansas City. Called the “Showdown for Relief,” the game raised money to aid victims of recent hurricanes that hit the Texas, Florida, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.