By Farzin Vousoughian

Brew: Miami Dolphins controversy comes to an end

How often do team locker rooms become the lead, the point of discussion for the media? For the Miami Dolphins, it’s been one of the most discussed sports stories among the media since early November, and the story has hit rock bottom recently. It all started when left tackle Jonathan Martin departed from the team […]

Brew: Tarik Black shows improvement and leadership for KU basketball

Although senior Tarik Black averages 4.2 points and three rebounds per game this season, those numbers do not reflect on how big of an asset he’s been for the Jayhawks in the past three games. Joel Embiid’s scoring average has dropped to 7.3 points per game during this three-game stretch. However, the Jayhawks know that […]

Brew: Arrowhead Stadium has Super Bowl potential

Imagine Arrowhead Stadium, the “Sea of Red,” filled with nearly 80,000 ecstatic football fans during a Super Bowl. Kansas City would be the spectacle of the biggest sporting event and most viewed televised event. It almost happened. Feb. 1, 2015, could have been the day that the Super Bowl would be played in Kansas City, […]

Technology keeps negativity visible to modern athletes

Only 72 hours after the loss to Texas Tech, Kansas linebacker Ben Heeney had already moved on. Heeney posted a photo of himself on Instagram celebrating his second interception of the season against Texas Tech with the caption reading, “2nd INT of the year. Man I love this game.” It didn’t take long for a […]

Kansas City Chiefs on NFL road to success

Kansas City Chiefs on NFL road to success

After Kansas City’s abysmal 2-14 season, the Chiefs now stand with the best record in the NFL as the league’s only 7-0 team following Denver’s loss in Indianapolis Sunday night. It took one offseason for the Chiefs to move in the right direction. Although the franchise added eight new starters to the team, including quarterback […]

Four Jayhawks recieve invites to NFL

Four more former Jayhawks received invitations to NFL mini-camps after the 2013 NFL draft. Center Trevor Marrongelli received an invite to the Detroit Lions’ mini-camp, but has yet to decide if he will take the opportunity. Marrongelli started 30 games during his Kansas career, playing both guard and center. He started his last 24 games […]

Brew: Chiefs look to improve offense with new draftees

Brew: Chiefs look to improve offense with new draftees

The Kansas City Chiefs went into the 2013 NFL Draft with a plan to improve the offense. By accomplishing the plan, general manager John Dorsey and head coach Andy Reid invested their first four draft picks on offensive players, and rightfully so. The Chiefs scored a league-low 17 offensive touchdowns and produced only 13.2 points […]

Hawkinson heading to Cincinnati

Former Kansas left tackle Tanner Hawkinson Tanner Hawkinson was drafted in the fifth round, 156th overall, in the 2013 NFL draft Saturday afternoon by the Cincinnati Bengals. “I was expecting to have my name called sometime today, but I was surprised it came that early,” Hawkinson said. “It was a really good phone call to […]

Kansas City Chiefs sign Bradley McDougald

Former Kansas safety Bradley McDougald went undrafted in this past weekend’s NFL draft, but signed with the Kansas City Chiefs after the draft concluded. The news first broke on Twitter when McDougald announced he joined the Chiefs. “Just agreed to a free agent deal with the KC Chiefs,” McDougald said on Twitter. “Thank you for […]

Greg Brown signs with San Diego

Former Kansas cornerback Greg Brown signed with the San Diego Chargers after going undrafted in this weekend’s NFL draft. Brown becomes the second Jayhawk to go undrafted and sign and the third to join an NFL team. Brown will be coached by head coach Mike McCoy and will be under John Pagano’s defense in the […]

Crist, Opurum invited to Kansas City’s mini-camp

After McDougald became the first Jayhawk to sign with the Chiefs, two more former Jayhawks followed his footsteps to Kansas City, just 40 minutes west of Lawrence. Kansas quarterback Dayne Crist and defensive end Toben Opurum, both captains for Kansas in 2012, receive an invite to Kansas City’s mini-camp. Crist will be behind quarterbacks Alex […]

Kansas cancels game against Ottawa

Kansas cancels game against Ottawa

Due to thunderstorms expected to arrive in Lawrence during the evening, Kansas baseball officials announces that Kansas and Ottawa agreed to cancel Wednesday’s match. The teams will try to make the game up later in the season. The game was originally scheduled for March, but canceled due to snow. Kansas lost to Creighton Tuesday night […]

Jayhawks look to overcome loss in four upcoming games

Jayhawks look to overcome loss in four upcoming games

Before facing Texas in a three-game series this past weekend, Kansas had 35 errors in 33 games this season. In the series against the Longhorns, the Jayhawks only committed one error, which came Friday night. The Jayhawks’ near-perfect fielding this past weekend allowed them to pick up a series victory. The Jayhawks look to continue […]

Sophomore fullback Nick Sizemore blocks off a tackle for freshman running back Darrian Miller during Saturday's game against McNeese State. Miller had a total of 13 rushes.

Tight end suspended for violating team rules

Kansas football coach Charlie Weis announced on Monday that senior tight end Nick Sizemore has been suspended for the first three games of the 2013 season due to a violation of team rules. “As I have previously stated, every player on our team knows and understands our rules and regulations,” Weis said. “They also know […]

Linebackers shine in spring game

Linebackers shine in spring game

Linebacker Ben Heeney caught a lot of eyes during Saturday’s spring game while representing the Blue team. The media voted Heeney as the defensive MVP after he collected five tackles, including one for a loss. But Heeney was not the only linebacker who shined this past weekend. Sophomore Jake Love also impressed people, including Kansas […]