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.
It's the first ever LIVE edition of the Jayhawker Podcast as Wayne is joined by KU color commentator Greg Gurley to breakdown Selection Sunday and Kansas grabbing the #1 seed in the Midwest Region. Wayne and Greg are also joined by Christian Braun, Chris Teahan & coach Bill Self to chat about the Jayhawks 32nd consecutive NCAA tourney appearance.
Ochai Agbaji wasn’t ready for his time to be up in Lawrence. He had more to prove. To scouts. To coaches. But most importantly, to himself. Coming back to KU has worked out in more ways than one for the man they call Och.
College is where most go to find out about themselves. Their major. Their career. What path they want to go down in life. KU’s senior big man David McCormack found the road he wanted to travel early and has never taken a detour. Even if that meant taking an unfamiliar route.
It's the 100th episode of the Jayhawker Podcast and we're celebrating with the man who scored 100 points! Wilt Chamberlain has gone down as one of the best basketball players in the history of the game. Recruited out of high school by nearly 200 colleges, the Big Dipper chose KU and immediately made his mark in Lawrence, leading the team to 1957 NCAA Cha
Jay Bilas has stepped foot in a lot of college basketball arenas throughout the years. He’s called Cameron Indoor home. Felt the intensity from rival fans at the Dean Smith Center. Called games at Rupp Arena, the Carrier Dome and Assembly Hall. But none of those historic sites can match the feeling and aura one gets walking into Allen Fieldhouse.