After Kansas State, the Bears play 14th-ranked Oklahoma and then have visits to 12th-ranked Oklahoma State and TCU before the finale against Texas.
There will be an all-time high 19 Jayhawks on opening day rosters for the 2015-16 NBA regular-season that begins Tuesday.
Kansas head football coach David Beaty met with the media Tuesday afternoon to discuss the Jayhawks upcoming game against No. 14/13 Oklahoma, Saturday, Oct. 31, as part of Homecoming and K Club weekend.
No. 10 Kansas (19-1, 7-1 Big 12) concludes back-to-back road matches against top-25 opponents in the NCAA RPI on Wednesday evening at Iowa State (6 p.m. CT, ESPNU). The Cyclones (13-6, 6-2) enter the week ranked No. 21 in the NCAA RPI and unranked in the AVCA Coaches Poll.
Kansas head football coach David Beaty will discuss the team's preparations for a Homecoming weekend match-up with Oklahoma during a press conference inside Mrkonic Auditorium in the Anderson Family Football Complex, starting at 1 p.m. today. The entire press conference can be seen by clicking the link above or by visiting YouTube.com/kuathletics.
With professional football in full swing at the conclusion of the seventh week of games in the National Football League Sunday, 12 Jayhawks continue making their mark at the game's highest level. A weekly recap of how Kansas football players fared in the professional ranks of the National Football League and the Canadian Football League is below.
Another slice of Kansas history is once again within grasp for senior Yupaporn Kawinpakorn. With 18 holes to be played at the Palmetto Intercollegiate, she is tied for third in the 122-golfer field with Giulia Vandenberg of Stetson and Dulcie Sverdloff of Kennesaw State and trails leader Haylee Harford of Furman by four strokes. A top-five finish will give Kawinpakorn a KU-record 14 career top-five finishes, beating out Holly Reynolds' longstanding record.
The Big Apple is no place to hide if you’re trying to keep a low profile. And yet the Mets managed to remain anonymous for a spectacularly long time during the 2015 baseball season.
Wesley Iwundu came to the Kansas State men’s basketball program as part of a six-player class.
With an open date before playing Nov. 5, a Thursday night at struggling Kansas State (3-4), there is some extra time for Jarrett Stidham to prepare as the No. 1 quarterback.