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🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Aqib Talib: Primetime Playmaker

Aqib Talib’s list of career accomplishments are a mile long. MVP. All-Pro. Pro Bowls. Super Bowl Champion. But celebrating his time in Lawrence is one that will always have a special place in his heart. This is the Jayhawker Podcast featuring former Kansas playmaker Aqib Talib.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Svi Mykhailiuk: International Man of Mystery

College basketball has a rich tradition at Kansas. A true blue blood that attracts the best of the best from the time they can dribble a ball. For Svi Mykhailiuk, basketball looked different in his native Ukraine. No signing days. No pro days. No Ball is Life cameras. Just a kid and a dream that brought Mykhailiuk halfway across the world.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Jalen Coleman-Lands: I've Been Everywhere

Jalen Coleman-Lands has had a long and winding road to get to Lawrence. Stops at Illinois, DePaul and Iowa State all came before he ever put on the Kansas blue. Those experiences are just added value he’s brings to the Jayhawks as the team looks to make another run at a National Title. This is the Jayhawker Podcast featuring Kansas basketball’s super sen

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | The Jayhawker Best of 2021

Happy Holidays from the Jayhawker! Enjoy this special best of edition of the show looking back at some of the most unique interviews from the past year.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Jamari Traylor: Around the World

A lot of basketball players that have come through Lawrence have gone on to play pro ball. Jamari Traylor is no different in that regard, having played all over the globe. It’s everything that Traylor went through before his time at KU that sets him apart.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Stanley Redwine: A Lifetime of Steps

Kansas track and field coach Stanley Redwine's feet have taken his a lot of places. They took him to college. They took him to his career. And after a few stumbles along the way, they took him to a dream in Tokyo over the summer.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Bordering On: KU vs Mizzou Deep Dive

There are a lot of rivalries in college sports. But aside from Army-Navy, few, if any, have the history on and off the field that Kansas and Missouri have. It’s a rivalry that dates back to the Civil War. Before internet. Before TV. Before cars. It was Kansas vs Missouri. And this is Bordering On: A Deep Dive into KU vs MU.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Holly Kersgieter: Leading Scorer to Team Leader

Being a leader isn’t easy. Important things rarely are. Holly Kersgieter has taken that step for the Jayhawks. Becoming a leader on and off the court. This is the Jayhawker Podcast featuring Kansas women’s basketball junior guard Holly Kersgieter.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Devin Neal: Home Grown

Devin Neal has been a Jayhawk as long as he can remember. He celebrated KU’s 2008 national title in basketball on Mass Street as an 8-year-old. It’s a dream come true for the freshman from Lawrence to be playing on Memorial Field. 

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Bill Self: Jayhawk 4 Life Part 2

Roy Williams never had one. Larry Brown didn’t either. Heck, even the inventor of the game could never say he got what Bill Self earned this past summer. Self is preparing for his 18th season as coach of the Jayhawks. And this season, much like last year, will be different than any of his previous on the sideline.

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Bill Self: Jayhawk 4 Life

Roy Williams never had one. Larry Brown didn’t either. Heck, even the inventor of the game could never say he got what Bill Self earned this past summer. Self is preparing for his 18th season as coach of the Jayhawks. And this season, much like last year, will be different than any of his previous on the sideline. This is the Jayhawker Podcast featuring

🎙 The Jayhawker Podcast | Isaac Byrd: Double The Pressure

About one out of every 250 college athlete goes on to play professionally. The dedication to the craft is something that requires hard work, determination and laser focus. Now amplify that by two and that’s what it took for Isaac Byrd to be drafted in the Major Leagues and the NFL. That desire is what helped fuel Byrd. And that desire allowed him to be