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🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Dave Robisch

Dave Robisch was a two-time All-American and a two-time Big Eight Player of the Year. But he also led the Jayhawks to the 1971 Final Four and helped a campus and community heal.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Jennifer McFalls

It’s hard to top winning an Olympic gold medal. For Kansas softball coach Jennifer McFalls, that dream came true in 2000. But once you win a gold medal, what do you do for an encore?

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Ted Owens

This week The Jayhawker Podcast spotlights the life and coaching career of Ted Owens, as KU’s 4th-winningest coach celebrates his 91st birthday.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Nick Collison

Nick Collison took Kansas to back-to-back Final Fours, and saw his jersey retired at both the college and professional levels. He was a McDonald’s All-American, collegiate All-American and first round NBA draft pick.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Katie McClure

Katie McClure was born to score goals. Her knack for finding the back of the net was on display plenty during a record-setting Kansas career and now has earned her a chance to chase her professional dreams as well.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Danny Manning

Danny Manning is considered by many to be the greatest Jayhawk of them all. His case for that distinction is very convincing. He was a two-time All-American, a Wooden Award winner, a National Champion, and is the program’s all-time leading scorer.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Ritch Price

He’s the dean of Big 12 baseball coaches and the most successful coach in Kansas program history. And Ritch Price is just as fired up about Jayhawk Baseball as he was when he took the job in the summer of 2002.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Tamecka Dixon

She’s a two-time conference player of the year, a league’s founding member and a champion.  And that’s just scratching the surface of Tamecka Dixon’s incredible career. 

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | DJ Eliot

DJ Eliot didn’t plan on being a coach. For a guy with his reputation and who’s learned from some the best in the business, that’s pretty eye-opening. So how did an injury lead to him beginning his coaching career?

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Brent Dearmon

He’s regarded as one of the brightest up-and-coming offensive minds in football. And though Brent Dearmon’s rise to offensive coordinator at Kansas happened faster than even he could have imagined, it’s a dream he’s been preparing for his entire life.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Les Miles

Les Miles needs no introduction to college football fans. He’s “The Hat”: The grass-chewing, national championship-winning coach who has endeared himself to fans across the country.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Kristen Eargle

When Les Miles added Josh Eargle as an offensive assistant, the Jayhawk family didn’t just add a young, up-and-coming coach to its staff. It added a family that’s been through more than most can imagine, and one that brings hope and inspiration with them wherever they go.