🏈 Kansas Athletics Announces 2022 Dates for Hawk Talk with Lance Leipold
LAWRENCE, Kan. – Kansas Athletics has announced the dates and times for Hawk Talk with Kansas Football head coach Lance Leipold, which begins Monday, August 29 live from Johnny’s Tavern West Lawrence.
The hour-long show will feature the second-year Kansas coach, alongside the Voice of the Jayhawks, Brian Hanni. The two will break down the upcoming game, recap the recent happenings in Kansas Football and have some fun interactive segments with Jayhawk fans in attendance.
The first show of the season will premiere on Monday, August 29 at 6 p.m., before shifting to Wednesdays for the following 11 weeks. The final show of the 2022 season will take place on Tuesday, November 22.
The full schedule is below. All shows will begin at 6 p.m.:
Monday, August 29
Wednesday, September 7
Wednesday, September 14
Wednesday, September 21
Wednesday, September 28
Wednesday, October 5
Wednesday, October 12
Wednesday, October 19
Wednesday, October 26 (Bye Week)
Wednesday, November 2
Wednesday, November 9
Wednesday, November 16
Tuesday, November 22
Each show is scheduled for 60 minutes. The show dates and times are subject to change. Check your local listing for availability in your area.
Hawk Talk can be heard around the state of Kansas on the Jayhawk Radio Network affiliates and KUAthletics.com, which will also feature a live audio stream of the show. Fans can also submit questions to Coach Leipold on KUathletics.com.
Johnny’s Tavern, has 12 locations across Lawrence, Kansas City and Topeka, including a new location in Parkville, MO. Johnny’s Tavern has been “Serving Up Tradition,” with its world-famous hamburgers and pizza, and is now a great spot for sports fans as well as families.
The Jayhawks open their 2022 campaign on Friday, September 2 at 7 p.m. CT when they host Tennessee Tech to David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. Fans can purchase single-game tickets now. Kansas is set for a six-game home schedule this season. In addition to Tennessee Tech, Coach Lance Leipold and Kansas will also host ACC foe Duke on Sept. 24, before taking on Big 12 opponents Iowa State, TCU, Oklahoma State and Texas at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium.
In addition to single-game tickets, season tickets are available and start as low as $185.