Coming from Russia, former Kansas standout Sasha Kaun had no idea about sports in the United States. His curiosity and hard work helped guide him to a life he could never have dreamed of, and it’s safe to say, he figured it out.
Roy Williams really needs no introduction — he’s a college coaching legend. He’s a Basketball Hall of Famer. He’s won three NCAA titles. And he’s been to more Final Fours than every coach in history not named Krzyzewski, Wooden or Smith. And his time at Kansas was equally legendary. Though his Jayhawk teams never won it all, they still won more games tha
Interim head football coach Emmett Jones has been around some of the top names in college football, with time spent around former Texas Tech and current Arizona Cardinals coach Kliff Kingsbury making him ready for this moment.
A regular guy. Terry Nooner was a crowd favorite at Allen Fieldhouse from 1997-2000 because he was one of them. Why is the current Kansas women's basketball assistant coach so beloved by Jayhawk Nation?
If you didn’t know Chris Harris and his story, his success in football and in life almost sounds like it is make believe. How did he turn his underdog mindset into a successful and inspiring NFL career?
Former Kansas track star and All-American Bryce Hoppel accidentally stumbled into the sport as a boy in Midland, Texas. How did he turn that childhood discovery into a possible Olympic run this summer in Tokyo?
Three years with the Jayhawks and he never lost a game at Allen Fieldhouse. Not. One. Time. After leaving Lawrence, Cole lived the dream of playing in the NBA, grinding for eight seasons in the League. Listen to the story of Cole Aldrich now streaming on The Jayhawker Podcast.