1. Kansas Basketball Recruiting: KU's Bill Self Is College Hoops Wizard of Oz

    The Jayhawk Nation has much to be excited about regarding the upcoming college basketball season. Of course, Kansas hoops fans have not had much reason to despair in recent years...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 1 year ago 8,337 reads 14 comments

  2. Navy Football Makes Changes Heading into Spring Session

    In the current era of college football, coaching changes within a program often make national headlines. At most FBS schools, coaches come and go, and the rabid fan bases are fed ...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 1 year ago 1,444 reads 0 comments

  3. Ingram Clan Proves Football Is Life, and a Family Affair

    In the South, football is a way of life. But for the Ingram family, football is life. For the last 39 years, Alan Ingram has inspired many to achieve greatness in football-crazy South Georgia, including his two sons, Robert and Ashley...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about almost 2 years ago 728 reads 0 comments

  4. Jayhawks Defense Stifles Buckeyes, Sends Kansas On to Title Tilt with Kentucky

    In a game billed as the under-card for the 2012 Final Four, the Kansas Jayhawks and Ohio State Buckeyes put on a show that was worthy of top billing as KU defeated Ohio State 64-62, on the strength of a suffocating defense...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 2 years ago 191 reads 0 comments

  5. High School Football; No Weight Training Equals Alarming Injury Rates

    Injuries and football go hand in hand, but a closer look at the types of injuries in high school athletes reveals that the occurrence of catastrophic injury is most likely in athletes who do not participate in weight lifting programs...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about almost 3 years ago 1,713 reads 0 comments

  6. FIFA Women's World Cup: U.S. Women Defeat France 3-1, Advance to Finals

    All the speculation that the U.S. Women's Soccer team would suffer a let-down after Sunday's stunning victory over Brazil ended today, as Team USA defeated France 3-1 in the first semi-final matchup...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 3 years ago 329 reads 1 comments

  7. Kansas Basketball Recruting: Jayhawks Class of 2011 Flies Under the Radar

    For Bill Self and the Kansas Jayhawks basketball team, each passing season means the annual flight of talent to the NBA, or departing for life after basketball for some...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 3 years ago 2,520 reads 10 comments

  8. Crime and Punishment; What Is Next for the NCAA and College Football?

    College athletics is taking a major hit in the public eye recently, no more so than the scandals at Ohio State and at USC...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 3 years ago 240 reads 0 comments

  9. Here's To You Mrs. Robinson: KU Dumps K-State In Sunflower Showdown

    Every once in a while, sport is bigger than life. Over the last month, Thomas Robinson, KU's sophomore power forward has found that life is bigger than any sport at any time...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 3 years ago 849 reads 2 comments

  10. Do The Right Thing; NCAA Has a Chance To Get It Right For KU and Robinson

    By now, everyone has heard about the tough times facing Kansas sophomore power forward Thomas Robinson . Robinson lost his Grandmother, Grandfather, and most recently his Mother in just under a calendar month...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 3 years ago 1,101 reads 0 comments

  11. Color-Blind Signal Call: 10 Black Quarterbacks Who Influenced The Modern NFL Era

    In honor of the 25th Anniversary of the Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday, we explore 10 African-American NFL quarterbacks who influenced the modern era of the NFL...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 3 years ago 2,413 reads 3 comments

  12. Kansas Jayhawks vs. California Golden Bears: KU Wins 78-63 In Bay Area Brawl

    Maybe brawl is too strong a word, but the Kansas Jayhawks had to fight their way to a 78-63 victory Wednesday night against a game Cal Bears team...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 3 years ago 518 reads 1 comments

  13. Kansas Jayhawks Open 2010 With Exhibition Win Over Washburn University

    The Kansas Jayhawks kicked off the 2010 season with an impressive exhibition victory over Washburn University last night. Yes, Washburn is an in-state Div...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 3 years ago 281 reads 0 comments

  14. Attention College Football Fans: Rate the Top 10 NCAA Teams Yourself

    The NCAA and college football writers and coaches have missed the mark many times in rating the top teams. The BCS is much debated, and still leaves most people wanting a playoff system for BCS schools...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 3 years ago 149 reads 6 comments

  15. Yankees Fans, Face It, Your Reign at the Pinnacle Of Baseball Is Over...for Now

    When the 2010 MLB Playoffs began, almost everyone who watches or cares for baseball penciled the New York Yankees in as a probable World Series participant. A great deal of folks also had the Yankees winning it all,...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 3 years ago 669 reads 2 comments

  16. Kansas Jayhawks Will Prove This Coming Season Is Not a Rebuilding Year

    As Bill Self and his Kansas Jayhawks enter the coming basketball season, plenty of questions abound. Who will replace departed stars Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich? Which ...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 3 years ago 861 reads 2 comments

  17. Atlanta Braves Re-Routing Road To National League Pennant

    As Major League Baseball steams toward the All-Star break, the Atlanta Braves find themselves in first place in the NL East, and holding the best record in the National League. That's no misprint...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 4 years ago 763 reads 5 comments

  18. Road to Eastern Conference Crown Runs Through...Atlanta

    With a little less than one-fifth of the 2009-2010 NBA season in the books, it may be a bit soon to anoint a conference champion...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 4 years ago 111 reads 3 comments

  19. Who's Bad? Mark Mangino's Old School Ways Clash with New Generation

    From the beginning of his tenure as head coach at the University of Kansas, Mark Mangino has had many obstacles to overcome, most importantly turning the fortunes of a perennial loser...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about over 4 years ago 1,571 reads 2 comments

  20. Kansas Jayhawk Football Second Fiddle No Longer

    For years, or at least as far as recent memory allows, Kansas Football has been an afterthought in the eyes of the sports world. Jayhawk Basketball, for good reason, has garnered the lion's share of attention...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about almost 6 years ago 334 reads 4 comments

  21. Steve McNair's Legacy

    As details surrounding the death of Steve McNair continue to come, one question will surely accompany any discussions regarding the man: What legacy does Steve McNair the player leave in the NFL and life? The answer to that question will vary for some...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 5 years ago 357 reads 0 comments

  22. Jayhawk Nation Mourns the Loss of Former AD

    In the world of college athletics, there are the haves and the have-nots. When a university has people like Bob Frederick, as did The University of Kansas, then by all accounts it should be considered one of the haves...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 5 years ago 153 reads 0 comments

  23. Kansas Enters 2009-2010 Season As Final Four Favorite

    It is never too early to pontificate about the upcoming hoops season. Many college basketball pundits have already deemed Kansas worthy of a deep run in the tourney. For what it is worth, here are a few reasons why the experts may have it right this time.

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 5 years ago 1,179 reads 4 comments

  24. Ten NBA Finals To Remember

    The 2009 NBA Finals could go down in history as one of the most compelling and interesting contests. The Los Angeles Lakers and the Orlando Magic get set to do battle, with both sides having significant star power...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 5 years ago 354 reads 8 comments

  25. What If: NFL Player Salaries Were Strictly Performance-Based

    The pending talks between the NFLPA and owners has everyone who loves professional football concerned. It should, as the two sides appear to be far apart on even the smallest issues...

    Kenny Crute Written by Kenny Crute about 5 years ago 682 reads 5 comments