KANSAS JAYHAWKS RUMORS & GOSSIP
LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Kansas athletic officials are reviewing allegations that the former AAU basketball coach of Ben McLemore received cash payments aimed at steering the star freshman to a sports agent.
AAU coach Darius Cobb told USA Today (http:usat.ly138vrKl ) he received 10,000 in two payments from Rodney Blackstock, the founder and CEO of Hooplife Academy in Greensboro, N.C...
Darius Cobb, an AAU basketball coach who claims he accepted two cash payments of $5,000 to “steer” Kansas guard Ben McLemore towards entering the 2013 NBA Draft, has issued a statement this morning via Coburn Enterprise.
“I want the media, KU Fans, and public to know University of Kansas – Head Coach Bill Self, his coaching staff, or any members...
A former AAU coach for Kansas guard Ben McLemore says he was paid thousands of dollars by prospective agents to convince McLemore to enter the 2013 NBA Draft.
Darius Cobb, a AAU coach based out of St. Louis, told USA TODAY Sports that he accepted two cash payments of $5,000 during the regular season from Rodney Blackstock, the founder and CEO of Hooplife Academy, a sports mentoring...
People connected to Kansas star, Ben McLemore, allegedly received improper benefits from agents trying to get him to declare for the NBA draft.
ROCK CHALK, JAYHAWK
The family of recently deceased Kansas resident Don Shoulberg mentioned in his obituary that his visitation would last "until tipoff time for the K.U. basketball game."
North Carolina Tar Face – that is what I’m calling this. This cringe and painful face came from a North Carolina fan late in the second half in their lose to Kansas. The specific play that caused this look was Kansas’ Jeff Withey epic block by the 3-point line that was the “finish him” moment of the game.
There is always next year big Red.
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Kansas Jayhawks' big man Jeff Withey blocks so hard he makes North Carolina Tar Heels fans cry.
Many college hoops fans will be submitting their tournament brackets online, printing them off, or whimpering how your team got snubbed and boycotting it all. Before we try to find out who this year’s Cinderella team, lets take time to look at the bracket, mainly who is ranked as a number one seed. Louisville, Gonzaga, Indiana, and Kansas, three of those teams deserved that...
On Saturday, a bride and groom who had just got married earlier in the day attended the Big 12 Championship game in Kansas City to watch their Kansas Jayhawks take on the Kansas State Wildcats...while still wearing their wedding outfits. Eric and Faith Devault received a gift of prime seats for the basketball game, just a few rows behind the Kansas bench, and they watched the game...
That certaintly didn’t take long. Just hours after adidas unveiled their new line of uniforms, which included the Kansas Jayhawks, students in Lawrence petitioned the White House to put a stop to the basketball team from wearing them. WE PETITION THE OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO: Stop Kansas basketball from wearing the new uniforms proposed by adidas. Adidas has designed uniforms for...
Kansas will honor the 1988 Jayhawks National Championship team and 115 years of Kansas basketball on Saturday with these '88 adidas throwback jerseys.
Kansas Jayhawks men's basketball coach Bill Self was seen shuffling down the court MC Hammer-style during overtime of Wednesday night's 68-67 double overtime win over Oklahoma State.
It was in the final seconds of the first overtime when Self broke out the sidestep shuffle, which seems to be the popular dance move among college basketball coaches this year.
A twitter account under the name @KUboobs has been tweeting their support for the Kansas Jayhawks in a unique way. This unique way involves many…..many sets of cleavage wearing Kansas gear. It won’t belong until this trend sweeps the college nation, so for now, we will start right in the middle of the country. Enjoy the gallery below.
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A report says that a man who was recently charged for running a big marijuana ring provided drugs to Kansas basketball players.
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The postseason chances of the fourth-ranked Kansas Jayhawks will not rest upon the broad shoulders of 6-foot-10 power forward Thomas Robinson, a national player of the year candidate as a junior. Nor will KU's shot at winning Saturday's rivalry game against third-ranked Missouri -- not to mention the Big 12 Tournament or even the Big Dance -- fall to the play of suddenly...