Join us as we walk through downtown Lawrence to celebrate KU basketball’s 84-62 win against Indiana. We ask fans about their game day merch, favorite players, and more.
Kansas men’s basketball coach Bill Self and assistant coach Kurtis Townsend are suspended for the first four games of the upcoming season in an apparent effort to head off penalties from a long-running NCAA investigation into the program’s recruiting practices.
The Kansas Jayhawks and a few thousand of their biggest fans got another opportunity to celebrate their national championship victory Friday night as they unveiled the 2022 banner in Allen Fieldhouse.
Call it our second-half comeback.
We’re now working with the champions at Printing Solutions in North Lawrence to bring you three stunning 12-by-18-inch commemorative posters, so you can forever remember KU’s beautiful NCAA tournament victory, as well as the Final Four win that led up to it.
The Lawrence community and Jayhawk fans far and wide are invited to come out and celebrate the Kansas Jayhawks on Sunday afternoon.
Thousands of Jayhawk fans welcomed home Tuesday their beloved men’s basketball champions. With a chilly breeze, cloudy skies and occasional sprinkles in Memorial Stadium, adoring fans greeted the team as they returned to bask in the glory of a national title.
The ups and downs before KU’s eventual victory over UNC were, at times, difficult to watch. Fortunately, the Jayhawks held on to win 72-69, and fans erupted with excitement all over Lawrence. They shared their mixed emotions with us.
“One cool customer just coached one cool Kansas basketball team to another national title,” Tom Keegan writes in this column.
Loud and proud. That’s how Jayhawks fans presented themselves as they flooded Mass Street after KU’s national championship win late Monday night.
The Kansas Jayhawks are national champions once again, and pure joy has filled the air in Lawrence.
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