One question arose following the NCAA’s announcement Wednesday that the NCAA men’s basketball committee was replacing the RPI: Will the Kansas Jayhawks men’s basketball team change its scheduling strategy?
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.
This Kansas Jayhawks Q&A features these topics: KU’s most likely All-American, football’s best-case scenario in 2018, the Jayhawks’ second-best three-pointer ever, recruiting and the best transfers that have left the program.
This Kansas Jayhawks football and basketball Q&A features questions on the best Big 12 basketball team other than KU, the importance of football for the school and the Jayhawks’ most likely first and second round NCAA Tournament site.
This Bill Self-coached Kansas Jayhawks basketball team shouldn’t just improve in one area defensively during the 2018-19 college basketball season; instead, it probably should be the best defensive rebounding team Self has ever had.
We’re back for another Kansas Jayhawks Q&A, which this week includes questions about David Beaty, KU football, KU basketball, Lagerald Vick, recruiting, Svi Mykhailiuk, Silvio De Sousa, Bill Self and FBI’s investigation into college basketball.
Which Kansas Jayhawks basketball players will be most affected by Lagerald Vick's return to the team? And who potentially stands to lose the most playing time for KU? Here's what one projection system from Bart Torvik tells us.
Jeff Long is the new Kansas Jayhawks' athletic director, and though no one can be sure how this will turn out, it's not difficult to understand KU chancellor Douglas Girod's thinking after he previously fired Sheahon Zenger.
The Kansas Jayhawks' nonconference basketball games against Michigan State, Villanova and Kentucky should be fun for fans. But they aren't the reason that KU once again was successful with its 2018-19 nonconference schedule.
Kansas Jayhawks basketball coach Bill Self, who spent the last three weeks with KU freshman guard Quentin Grimes as coach of Team USA at the FIBA Americas Championships, has been impressed with the guard to say the least.
I saw enough during the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team's 30-minute exhibition Wednesday to deliver one prediction: KU will have the nation's leader in one obscure NCAA statistic for the second consecutive year.
I had one prevailing thought following Wednesday's announcement that center Udoka Azubuike will be returning to the Kansas Jayhawks' men's basketball team for his junior season: Welcome back to coach Bill Self's wheelhouse.
Sheahon Zenger did not have a great case to remain the Kansas Jayhawks athletic director. But the timing of his firing by KU makes it more difficult for the current football coach, David Beaty, and perhaps the next one, too.
The Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team was a good "NBA three-point" shooting squad last season. Something else grabbed my attention, though, when I looked at the NCAA team numbers for those shots: The Villanova Wildcats were way ahead.
2018-19 will be unlike any other season for coach Bill Self in his previous 15 with the Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball team. Only 6 percent of KU's three-pointers from the previous year were made by players who are returning.
What should you know about Kansas Jayhawks basketball recruiting target and Albany graduate transfer Joe Cremo? Here's a quick look at his strengths and weaknesses, based off data from KenPom.com, Hoop-Math.com and Synergy Sports Technology.
Kansas Jayhawks coach Bill Self and his staff at KU did a good job in the 2017-18 season of scheming offensively, helping 7-foot center Udoka Azubuike reach a new mark that no other NCAA Div. I player has hit this decade.