Kansas Jayhawks football coach Les Miles picked up his first two commitments since taking over his new job three weeks ago, with both pledges coming from in-state kids in Jayden Russell and Mason Fairchild.
New Mexico State scored 36 points in the paint to Kansas’ 32 in the Jayhawks’ narrow, come-from-behind 63-60 victory over the Aggies on Saturday night at the Sprint Center. KU coach Bill Self wasn’t exactly pleased afterward.
Most of Kansas Jayhawks’ coach Bill Self’s postgame discussion points seemed to revert back to freshman Quentin Grimes — the team’s best NBA prospect — who has not nearly lived up to his immense potential.
Kansas Jayhawks football coach Les Miles has added Luke Meadows as offensive line coach. Meadows joins Chip Lindsey (offensive coordinator) and Chevis Jackson (cornerbacks) as members of Miles’ KU staff.
The NCAA investigations into schools implicated in the ongoing Adidas college basketball case, including the Kansas Jayhawks, “have already been launched,” but no resolution is expected before the Final Four, NCAA President Mark Emmert said.
When Kansas Jayhawks center Udoka Azubuike went down with an ankle injury in the first half, KU coach Bill Self was more free to use a four-guard lineup. And man, for stretches, it looked awfully good Tuesday.
Kansas Jayhawks center Udoka Azubuike suffered an ankle sprain during Tuesday’s game against Wofford and will be “out indefinitely,” KU coach Bill Self said during his halftime interview on Jayhawk Network.