“How did it feel?” I’ve probably been asked that question a thousand times since we won the national championship. And while I’m not sure I’ve found the right words to accurately describe the relief, elation and surreal nature of that moment, I do know this much: I’ll never get tired of talking about it.
Kansas track and field finished off its weekend at the Michael Johnson Invitational at Clyde Hart Track and Field Stadium in Waco, Texas on Saturday, with several personal bests and top-10 performances being set.
In the longest game of the season, the Oklahoma Sooners defeated the Kansas Jayhawks 7-6 in 14 innings. Oklahoma’s Tanner Tredaway hit a go-ahead, sacrifice fly in the 14th inning to put the Sooners ahead.