Dan Fitzgerald has never tried to be something other than himself at each stop in his college baseball career. A solid coach at Dallas Baptist, earning the fifth most wins in the country since 2015. A great recruiter at LSU, resulting in the number one class in 2022. But most important to him, he’s always been an outstanding teammate. It’s always been ab
There’s a lot of history when it comes to KU basketball. It’s something we’ve dove into a few times here on the podcast. Another chapter in the Jayhawks book of basketball is reserved for those who take their game to the next level. The realization of a childhood dream. The countless hours in a gym and all the hard work paying off as they walk across the
How does a player convey swag? Is it hitting a fadeaway jumper over a defender? A running back bowling over a defensive back for a score? Maybe launching a 400 foot bomb over the fence. Sometimes, it just comes down to the jersey on your back. Before that jersey made it to the court or field, it was meticulously planned, from the first stitch to the fina
Getting to Lawrence just felt right for Rylee Anderson. And things seem to feel right often for the back-to-back defending Big 12 Indoor champion at the high jump. Anderson continues to add to long list of winners that come from the Jayhawks.
To say Caleb Sampson’s college journey has been a full of adversity would be an understatement. Originally signed and playing for Missouri coming out of high school, Sampson would eventually land at a junior college in Mississippi, a challenge that would leave him in tears
The Crimson and Blue run deep in Daniel Hegarty’s family. Jayhawks are littered through his family tree. It helped make choosing a college easy for the man they call Mr. Jayhawk and helped him develop into the team leader he is today for the Kansas baseball team.
College is supposed to be the most fun in a young persons life. Four years unlike anything they’ll experience. That last sentence certainly held true for Shelby Gayre, just not in the way you’re thinking.
Billy Mills has mixed emotions when it comes to Lawrence and returning to KU. In his words, it’s where he never had a great race as a long-distance runner. And like most campuses across America at the time, he would experience racism for his Native American heritage.
Wayne and Greg Gurley are back with their first hand recap of the national title game. The guys chat about the ups and downs of the game, Bill Self's legacy and how awesome it was to see as many former players as there were in New Orleans. Rock Chalk!
Members of the 1971 Final Four team recently came back to Lawrence to celebrate their team. Wayne sits down with key members of the squad to chat about their chemistry, the Final Four run and their place in KU history.
There’s a lot of pressure when it comes to being a division one athlete. Preforming at a high-level day in and day out. Keeping up with your classes. Hearing the cheers…and occasional boo…from the fans. Taiyanna Jackson has endured all that and more as she was sought after to help change the culture on the KU women’s basketball team.