Perry Ellis Takes Game to Next Level for Kansas Jayhawks vs TCU
The Kansas Jayhawks welcomed the TCU Horned Frogs to town on Saturday a little short-handed. Starting center Joel Embiid was sidelined with back and ankle injuries and reserve Brannen Greene was serving a one-game suspension for a “slip” in responsibility. […]
Kansas Jayhawks Are Favorites to Land Myles Turner After Joel Embiid Declares for NBA
College basketball recruiting is all about speculation these days. Trying to guess where the top high school basketball recruits will land every year is tough and they usually surprise us with the pick, but in my opinion, Myles Turner is […]
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Could Wayne Selden’s Return to Kansas Mean Same for Joel Embiid?
While the Kansas Jayhawks have already been eliminated from the 2014 NCAA Tournament, the program’s chances to get back to the tourney and possibly make a serious Final Four run next year greatly improved on Tuesday afternoon. Wayne Selden Jr. […]
Why Didn’t Andrew Wiggins Get Last Shot in Stanford’s Upset Over Kansas?
Freshman star Andrew Wiggins came into college as one of the most sought after recruits in recent memory and Bill Self worked enough magic to lure him to play for the Kansas Jayhawks. With Wiggins on campus, he was expected […]
March Madness Will Decide No. 1 Overall Pick In 2014 NBA Draft
The season-long debate of who will be crowned as the No. 1 overall pick in the 2014 NBA Draft has been a three-man race between Duke‘s Jabari Parker or Andrew Wiggins and Joel Embiid of Kansas. The injury to Embiid […]
2014 NCAA Tournament: Kansas Loss Hands Villanova No. 1 Seed
Before Friday’s 2014 conference tournament games, bracketology experts were split on whether or not Villanova would secure a No. 1 seed for the 2014 NCAA tournament. Well, after Kansas‘ 94-83 loss to Iowa State, Villanova will now scoop up the […]
Kansas Basketball Still An Enigma Nearing NCAA Tournament
The Kansas Jayhawks continue to perform as enigmatically as any team in the nation. Today, in their third game of the year against the imposing and talented Oklahoma State Cowboys, KU went right back to playing like one of the […]
Andrew Wiggins’ 41-Point Performance Not Enough to Lift Kansas to Victory
The good news is that March Madness is officially here, but the bad news is you will not be getting that billion-dollar check you had hoped for as the chaos is already upon us and more is inevitable. On Wednesday […]