We're back for another Kansas Jayhawks basketball and football Q&A on Friday, April 20, 2018. Topics this week include Udoka Azubuike, Romeo Langford, Malik Newman, recruiting and expectations for football in David Beaty's fourth year.
Kansas Jayhawks basketball sophomore center Udoka Azubuike has entered his name in the 2018 NBA Draft, KU announced on Friday. Azubuike, 7-foot, 280-pound center from Delta, Nigeria, said he is not hiring an agent at this time.
A.J. Ricker, a former Missouri football player, has been brought in to help fix the Kansas Jayhawks football team's biggest uncertainty, the offensive line, a position that has not only struggled recently but is hamstrung because of a lack of depth.
Kansas, now involved in the FBI's college basketball bribery investigation, should not use the word "victim" as PR cover. Also, calls for breaking off contract extension talks with adidas miss a more complicated reality in college basketball.
ESPN college basketball analyst Jay Bilas provided his take on the FBI investigation, which has revealed Adidas money allegedly exchanged hands to steer two players to Kansas. Bilas said he can … “absolutely believe that coaches were not involved in those type of things” and "the problem is the NCAA’s rules."
The Kansas Jayhawks athletic department has started construction on a $26 million indoor football practice facility that is set to be completed by late fall 2018. This project is part of "Raise the Chant," a KU fundraising campaign.
How did Kansas Jayhawks basketball players perform in 2017-18 based on their preseason expectations? For that question, we have a good starting point — at least when looking at offense — from Sports Illustrated's preseason projection system.
Patrick and Heather Woods of Stilwell, Kansas picked out a name for their newborn son ... and it didn't even come as a surprise to family members and friends that little "Graham" would have a Kansas Jayhawks basketball connection: Devonte' Graham.
According to new charges filed April 10, 2018 against Adidas executive James Gatto, a mother and guardian of the two unnamed KU players are said to have benefited from illicit payments, which were made without knowledge of the university.
Keelon Lawson, the father of Kansas forward Dedric Lawson and guard K.J. Lawson, said Monday in a Memphis radio interview that in a worst-case scenario regarding the FBI’s investigation into college basketball, the brothers would consider a transfer from KU back to Memphis, where they started their college careers.
Kansas Jayhawks football receiver Chase Harrell, a 6-foot-4 redshirt sophomore who ranked second on the team last season with three receiving touchdowns, plans on graduating from KU before using his two final years of eligibility elsewhere.
The FBI investigation into illicit college basketball recruiting landed at Kansas this week with the revelation money exchanged hands to steer two players to the Jayhawks. It was bad news for Kansas. But how bad?
The most recent revelations in college basketball's ongoing FBI investigation has not impacted the Kansas Jayhawks' athletic department's ongoing plans to complete a new 12-year, $191 million contract with shoe company Adidas.