Former KU basketball guard Terry Nooner, an assistant women’s coach at Maryland the past three seasons, says he’s looking forward to working with longtime friend and former Raytown teammate Tyronn Lue, the coach of the NBA’s Cleveland Cavaliers.
The Kansas Jayhawks football program will need to prove — with results on the field — that is both better and different than unsuccessful squads of the past. Here are five bold predictions and game-by-game picks for KU’s 2018 season.
KU freshman forward David McCormack scored 10 points and grabbed 15 rebounds for a double-double in Global Sports Academy’s opening game of its week-long overseas tour, coach Kerry Keating reported from Belgium.
A triple bogey set former Kansas Jayhawks golfer Gary Woodland back on Saturday at the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club, but he still remains in contention for his first major victory after falling into a three-way tie for third.
Gary Woodland, the 34-year-old former Kansas Jayhawks golfer who played at KU from 2003-07, shot a 4-under 66 and set the PGA Championship record Friday with a 36-hole score of 130. That was good for a 1-shot lead over Kevin Kisner.
Time for another Kansas Jayhawks Q&A. This week’s topics include reasons for optimism with KU football, potential improvements at Allen Fieldhouse, thoughts on basketball’s Elam Ending and the best places to eat on Big 12 road trips.
Former Kansas Jayhawks golfer Gary Woodland shot a 6-under 64, taking the Day 1 lead at the PGA Championship at Bellerive Country Club in St. Louis. Woodland, who golfed at KU from 2003-07, starts his second round at 8:01 a.m. Friday.
Kansas basketball will play Marquette in a NIT Season Tip-Off semifinal game on Nov. 21 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, KU officials confirmed Thursday. Tennessee and Louisville will meet in the other semifinal.
Kansas Jayhawks football coach David Beaty said Thursday that freshman offensive lineman Jacobi Lott remains in stable condition following a practice injury Wednesday morning that required the calling of an ambulance.
Former Kansas star Frank Mason reportedly is being sued by the agency that used to represent him, and it wants him to return an expensive diamond chain. The agency is rapper Lil Wayne’s Young Money APAA Sports Group.
Jacobi Lott, a Kansas Jayhawks freshman offensive lineman, is in “stable” condition, according to the athletic department, following a football practice injury Wednesday morning that required an ambulance call to the team’s practice fields.
KU basketball coach Bill Self commented Wednesday on some of the new rules passed by the NCAA. The rules changes to college basketball allow players to hire agents, let undrafted players return to school and alter the recruiting model.
Kansas athletic director Jeff Long made his first staff addition, hiring Mike Vollmar as senior associate AD for football administration. Vollmar has previously been at Tennessee, Michigan, Alabama and Michigan State.