A late-game surge gave some hope for a Kansas comeback, but Kentucky held out for a 67-59 victory.
The Jayhawks are not apologizing for the way they made it to the final game of the season.
Conner Teahan’s brother and sister hang out on Bourbon Street in New Orleans.
The Jayhawks have their own way of winning. It’s not the way most teams do it, but it worked against Ohio State on Saturday.
Looking back to Kansas’ Dec. 10 victory over Ohio State doesn’t tell you much. But what happened between then and now just might.
Perry Ellis, a Wichita Kan. forward played in the game, held at Chicago’s United Center Wednesday night
The basketball team’s transformation this season has proved that effort brings execution.
Bill Self and Roy Williams used different tactics in Sunday’s game. Some of Self’s schemes seemed to go undetected.
One victory away from a Final Four bid, Tyshawn Taylor knows he needs to get his jump shot together.
According to coach Bill Self, the victory over North Carolina showed how much some of the players — especially senior guard Tyshawn Taylor — have exceeded expectations.
Tyshawn Taylor had “just one of them days,” the offense wasn’t flowing, but Jeff Withey gave the Jayhawks just enough to advance.
The Jayhawks are using Sunday’s poor shooting as a teaching tool in preparation for N.C. State.
In the round of 32, Kansas will face Purdue, a team that finds a way to play big despite its tallest players standing at six-foot-nine.
Coach Bill Self knows that sometimes even the best teams have to steal games in the tournament. On Sunday against Purdue, the Jayhawks may have done just that.