Writers for ESPN and CBS graded every FBS team’s hiring of football coaches, and that included Kansas picking Les Miles and K-State choosing Chris Klieman. However, the schools received totally different grades.
Kansas Jayhawks coach Bill Self has seen a lot of basketball, so it takes something special for him to get excited about an individual play. Freshman center David McCormack provided that type of moment Tuesday.
Les Miles is bringing back two from the Kansas Jayhawks football team’s previous staff: Clint Bowen — last year’s defensive coordinator — will oversee safeties, while Tony Hull will be running backs coach.
Chris Klieman and the Kansas State Wildcats expect to sign a small recruiting class during the early signing period, which begins on Wednesday, but it’s bigger than some expected after Bill Snyder retired.
New Kansas Jayhawks football coach Les Miles had seven expected signees in his 2019 recruiting class as of Tuesday. That leads to the uncertain part of the next 24 hours (and few months) for KU and its coaches.
Kansas State basketball coach Bruce Weber provided some clarity on Dean Wade’s foot injury Tuesday. Wade, a senior forward, tore a tendon in his right foot against Georgia State. His recovery time could be 3-8 weeks.
The No. 1-ranked Kansas Jayhawks basketball team will face the South Dakota Coyotes on Tuesday at Allen Fieldhouse in Lawrence. Here are the keys and players to watch, along with a prediction for the game.
The Kansas Jayhawks basketball offense been a bit off of last year’s pace, especially in the last three games without injured center Udoka Azubuike. Here’s a closer look at where Bill Self’s team has struggled.
A day after Dean Wade left the basketball court at Bramlage Coliseum with a foot injury, Kansas State announced that he will be out for an undetermined amount of time. Wade has a history of foot injuries.