Kansas Jayhawks coach Bill Self has had previous teams that were among the nation’s elite in offensive efficiency. None of them, though, had an offensive night like the Jayhawks did Tuesday against the Texas Southern Tigers.
Texas Southern has the two defensive weaknesses you don’t want against this particular Kansas Jayhawks basketball team. KU plays Texas Southern at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Here’s a preview of the game and a prediction.
To appreciate the five seconds where these Kansas Jayhawks became a Bill Self team in Tuesday’s 65-61 victory over Kentucky, you have to go back. To last week. And the week before. And also two decades ago.
University of Kansas defeated Tennessee State 92-56 on Friday night in the regular-season opener, a game played without freshman star Billy Preston, who missed a curfew the night before. Next up for the Jayhawks: Kentucky in the Champions Classic.
After years of fighting negative stereotypes in college basketball recruiting, the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team appears to be quickly changing its perception when it comes to landing top-level guards.
The Kansas Jayhawks’ 100-54 basketball victory over Pittsburg State turned into a preview of what’s to come for fans in the 2017-18 season: moments of exhilaration combined with continuous unease for fans.
Bill Self’s run of conference championships is unprecedented in his sport’s history. It has allowed the Kansas Jayhawks men’s basketball coach to deflect questions about the pressure that comes with one of the sport’s biggest jobs. But at KU, he faces a unique pressure that’s even bigger than his program.
Exuberant Kansas guard Devonté Graham steps into the role of grim-faced Frank Mason, his opposite yet in many ways his model as Graham tries to lead the Jayhawks deep into the NCAA Tournament and enhance his own draft prospects.
When someone asked, “How did KU pull away late?” a few minutes after the Jayhawks’ 93-87 victory over Missouri in the Showdown for Relief, it took a little math. But here was the correct response: Second-half two-point shooting: KU 13-for-16 (81 percent).