The original true blood, Kansas, is one of the oldest and most successful college basketball programs in the country. As a member of the Big 12 Conference, the Jayhawks continue to be a nationally prominent program. Kansas' first coach was the inventor of basketball himself, James Naismith. It was all up-hill from there as Naismith was the only coach at Kansas with a losing record. KU has had a lot of great coaches including the father of basketball coaching, Phog Allen, Larry Brown, Roy Williams and the current head coach, Bill Self. Adolph Rupp (Kentucky) and Dean Smith (North Carolina) once played at Kansas and ended up being the cornerstones of two of the three most winningest college basketball programs of all-time.
The other winningest college basketball program? Kansas, of course. The Jayhawks became the third program of all-time to win 2,000 games and are currently second all-time in wins. Many notable players have come from Kansas including Wilt Chamberlain, Jo Jo White, Danny Manning, Paul Pierce and plenty of others.
Kansas fans pack Allen Fieldhouse, the home of the Jayhawks, on a consistent basis with a crowd of 16,300 and Kansas basketball tickets continually remain in demand. The Jayhawks have given KU fans lots to cheer about as they've put together plenty of winning teams. Kansas currently has longest streak of consecutive NCAA tournament appearances with 25, the second-most current streak of winning seasons with 31, the most winning seasons in Division I history (95), the most conference championships in Division I history with 57. The Jayhawks have three NCAA national championships and two Helms championships, with the most recent championship coming in 2008.
Located in Lawrence, Kansas the Kansas Jayhawks are a collegiate athletic program that represents the University of Kansas. Kansas’ intercollegiate program, which is a member of the Big-12 Conference, has six men’s and ten women’s teams. Men’s teams include football, baseball, basketball, cross-country, golf, indoor and outdoor track. Women’s teams include basketball, cross-country, golf, lacrosse, rowing, soccer, swimming, indoor and outdoor track, tennis, and volleyball. Kansas has a long-standing, fierce rivalry with its in-state rival, Kansas State. The Kansas-Kansas State rivalry is known as the ‘Sunflower Showdown’. Kansas also engages in rivalries with Big-12 foes, Iowa State and the University of Texas.
In total, Kansas has won 13 NCAA team national championships and has been a dominant force on a national level in men’s basketball. Kansas is best known for its men’s basketball program, which has won five national championships and its track and field team that has won six national championships. Men’s basketball program has won (or shared) 56 conference championships, which is the most among men’s basketball programs. Of its 56 conference championships, Kansas has won 15 Big-12 titles since joining the conference in 1996. In addition, Kansas has won 26 conference tournament championships and has produced an iconic NBA player (Wilt Chamberlain) and some above-average NBA players (Jo Jo White and Paul Pierce). Kansas is also one of only three programs to win 2,000 games. Kansas’ football program began play in 1890 and is still seeking its first national championship. The most notable alumni from the football program is Gale Sayers, who was a two-time All-American.
The Kansas Jayhawk mascot “Big Jay” is one of the most recognizable mascots in sports. Big Jay is depicted as a cartoonish, Jayhawk with a large beak that runs around the sidelines at sporting events. Big Jay is known for pumping up the crowd at Allen Fieldhouse before a men’s basketball game and helps lead the student section with its chants. Duke’s fight song is “I’m a Jayhawk” and “Rock, Chalk Jayhawk”. Duke’s school colors are blue and crimson.
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3-3-15: The #8 ranked Kansas Jayhawks played a pair of ranked teams last week when the team faced off with the #16 Baylor Bears and the #23 West Virginia Mountaineers. The Jayhawks would split their games against the pair of ranked opponents when the team beat Baylor only to fall to West Virginia to end their week. With the split of games the Jayhawks overall record was left at 21-5 while their Big 12 Conference record fell to 10-3 on the season. Kansas currently has the best record in the Big 12 with just five games remaining before March Madness begins. Kansas started their week off by staying at home inside the Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the TCU Horned Frogs from the Big 12. During the contest Kansas shot 58% from the field while holding TCU to just 41% shooting in an 81-72 victory for the Jayhawks. Perry Ellis led the Kansas scoring attack with 23 points while Devonte Graham added 20 points in the victory for the Jayhawks. Meanwhile the Horned Frogs were led by 20 points from Trey Zeigler and 14 points from Kyan Anderson but it was not enough in the loss for TCU. Kansas hoped to stick to their winning ways in their next contest when the team made the trip out to Bramlage Coliseum to take on the Kansas State Wildcats. During the contest Kansas trailed by just a point in the first half and hoped for a strong second half to keep their winning streak alive. In the second half Kansas State actually took over feeding off their home crowd and upset Kansas by the final score of 70-63. The Kansas scoring attack was led by 24 points from Perry Ellis and 14 points from Kelly Oubre Jr. but it was not enough in the upset loss for the Jayhawks. Meanwhile the Kansas State upset was led by 20 points from Nigel Johnson off the Wildcats bench in the victory for Kansas State. Kansas finished their week off by posting an overall record of 22-6 (11-4 Big 12). Catch Kansas next week as the team stays home inside the Allen Fieldhouse to play host to both the Texas Longhorns and the #23 ranked West Virginia Mountaineers to finish their week.
2-20-15: The #8 ranked Kansas Jayhawks started their week out on a sour note as the Jayhawks five game winning streak was snapped at the hands of the Oklahoma State Cowboys. The Jayhawks bounced back in their next game taking down the Texas Tech Red Raiders though getting back to their winning ways. With the split of games last week the team saw their overall record fall to 20-4 on the season while their Big 12 Conference record was left at 9-2 on the season. Kansas started their week off by staying at home inside the Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the #16 ranked Baylor Bears. During the contest Baylor took a lead with them into the locker room at halftime only to give it all back and then some in the second half to Kansas. The Jayhawks scoring attack was led by 18 points each from Perry Ellis and Kelly Oubre Jr. while Wayne Selden Jr. added 15 points in the 74-64 victory for Kansas. Meanwhile Rico Gathers led
Baylor with 18 points while Kenny Chery added 17 points but it was not enough in the loss for the Bears.
Kansas hoped to take that momentum from their big victory over Baylor with them on the road when
the team traveled to the WVU Coliseum to take on the #21 ranked West Virginia Mountaineers. During
the contest West Virginia put Kansas on upset alert after taking a narrow three point lead with them
into the locker room at half time. Kansas came roaring back in the second half but West Virginia would
not go quietly as the contest came down to a buzzer beating shot. The Jayhawks scoring attack was led
by Perry Ellis who had 19 points while Frank Mason III had 18 points but it was the Mountaineers who
would get the final shot. West Virginia was led by 20 points from Juwan Staten as the Mountaineers
were able to upset Kansas with a buzzer beater by the final score of 62-61. Kansas finished their week
off by posting an overall record of 21-5 (10-3 Big 12). Catch Kansas next week as the team stays home
inside Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the TCU Horned Frogs before finishing their week out on the road
inside Bramlage Coliseum taking on the Kansas State Wildcats.
2-17-15: The Kansas Jayhawks extended their winning streak to five straight victories last week with a pair of wins
against Kansas State and the #11 ranked Iowa State Cyclones. With the pair of victories Kansas pushed
their overall record to 19-3 while improving one of the best Big 12 records in Men’s College Basketball to
8-1 on the season. Kansas started their week off by traveling to the Gallagher-Iba Arena to face off with
the Oklahoma State Cowboys. During the contest Kansas had the game well in hand after one half of
basketball before the Cowboys mounted an epic second half comeback. Oklahoma State trailed by nine
points at halftime but pushed ahead by five by the time the final buzzer went off to upset Kansas by the
final score of 67-62. The second half push for Oklahoma State was led by Le’Bryan Nash who had 18
points as one of four Cowboys starters to score in double figures in the win. In the loss the Kansas
offensive attack was led by 15 points from Wayne Selden Jr. but it was not enough for the Jayhawks on
the night. Kansas looked to avenge their fourth loss of the season in their final game of the week when the team made the trip to the United Supermarkets Arena to take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders. During the contest Kansas set the tone early en route to a blowout win over Texas Tech 73-51. The Jayhawks attack was led by Wayne Selden Jr. who finished with 16 points while three other starters scored in double figures for Kansas. In the loss the Red Raiders offense ran through Norense Odiase who had 13 points on the night but it was not enough in the loss for Texas Tech. Kansas finished their week off by posting an overall record of 20-4 (9-2 Big 12). Catch Kansas next week as the team stays home inside Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the #19 ranked Baylor Bears before finishing their week off on the road inside the WVU Coliseum facing off with the West Virginia Mountaineers.
2-5-16: The Kansas Jayhawks had a solid week last week when they beat their second consecutive ranked team in the Texas Longhorns to start it all off. The Jayhawks took that momentum with them into TCU to easily take down the Horned Frogs as well to push their overall record to 17-3 while pushing their Big 12 conference record to 6-1 on the season. Kansas started their week off by staying at home inside the
Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the Kansas State Wildcats. During the contest Kansas had the game well
in hand early holding Kansas State to just 17 points in the first half en route to an easy 68-57 win for the
Jayhawks. The offensive attack for Kansas was led by 16 points from Perry Ellis while Wayne Selden Jr.
added 14 points in the easy victory for the Jayhawks. Meanwhile the leading scorers for Kansas State
were Thomas Gipson and Marcus Foster as both players scored 19 points each but it was not enough in
the loss for the Wildcats. Kansas took the momentum from their victory with them back to Allen Fieldhouse to finish their week off against the #15 ranked Iowa State Cyclones. During the contest the Jayhawks avenged their loss just three weeks ago to this same Iowa State team by pulling out an 89-76 victory over the Cyclones. Georgia Niang led all scorers in the contest with 24 points for Iowa State while
three other scorers chipped in double figure scoring outputs but it was not enough to stop Kansas on
this night. Meanwhile the Jayhawks offensive attack was led by four starters that scored in double
figures and Brannen Greene who had 11 points off the bench in the victory for Kansas. Kansas finished
their week off by posting an overall record of 19-3 (8-1 Big 12). Catch Kansas next week as the team travels to Gallagher-Iba Arena to take on the Oklahoma State Cowboys before traveling to the United Supermarkets Arena to take on the Texas Tech Red Raiders to finish their week.
2-3-15: The #9 ranked Kansas Jayhawks had an up and down week last week after an upset loss to the Iowa State Cylones. The Jayhawks did bounce back in their next contest with a convincing victory over the
Oklahoma Sooners, another ranked team from the Big 12, but the team flirted with falling out of the Top
10 ranked teams in Men’s College Basketball. With the split of games last week the record for Kansas
was left at 15-3 overall while their Big 12 conference record fell to 4-1 in the Big 12. Kansas started their
week off by traveling to the Frank Erwin Center to take on the #17 ranked Texas Longhorns in a Big 12
matchup. During the contest these two teams traded bucket for bucket and shot for shot for the first
half as the Jayhawks took a slim two point lead with them at halftime. In the second half Kansas
absolutely took over outscoring the Longhorns by 11 points led by four players that scored in double
figures. The scoring attack for Texas was led by 23 points from Isaiah Taylor but the team as a whole
finished with just 40% shooting as a team in a loss to Kansas. When the second half whistle had blown
the Jayhawks had taken down the Longhorns by the final score of 75-62. Kansas would then finish their
week off by traveling to TCU’s Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center to take on the TCU Horned Frogs.
During the contest Kansas took a big six point lead with them into the halftime before TCU put the
Wildcats on upset alert in the second half. TCU made up three points in the second half behind three
starters that scored in double figures but the team fell just short in the contest. Kansas held off the
Horned Frogs behind 16 points from Frank Mason III by the final score of 64-61. Kansas finished their
week off by posting an overall record of 17-3 (6-1 Big 12). Catch Kansas next week as the team stays home all week to host a pair of games inside the Allen Fieldhouse against the Kansas State Wildcats and the Iowa State Cyclones.
1-26-15: The Kansas Jayhawks had a good week last week winning both of their games and pushing their winning streak to five games in a row. With the pair of victories against conference foes the Jayhawks pushed their overall record to 14-2 on the season while improving their Big 12 record to 3-0. Kansas started
their week off by traveling to Hilton Coliseum to take on the #11 ranked and Big 12 rival Iowa State
Cyclones. During the contest Iowa State proved they were the better team outscoring the Jayhawks
narrowly in both halves of the game. Iowa State’s offensive attack was led by six players that scored in
double figures including all five of the starters in an 86-81 victory over Kansas. The Jayhawks enjoyed a
21 point night from Frank Mason III and 19 points from Perry Ellis but it was not enough in the loss to
the Cyclones. Kansas went on to finish their week off by trying to avenge their loss back inside Allen
Fieldhouse when the team played host to the #18 ranked Oklahoma Sooners. During the contest Kansas
posted a whopping 51 points in the first half while holding Oklahoma to just 31 in an eventual 85-78
victory for the Jayhawks. The leading scorer for Kansas in the contest was Kelly Oubre Jr. who finished
with 19 points while Perry Ellis added 16 points in the victory for the Jayhawks. Meanwhile Oklahoma’s
offensive attack was led by 26 points from Buddy Heild but it was not nearly enough in the loss for the
Sooners. Kansas finished their week off by posting an overall record of 15-3 (4-1 Big East). Catch Kansas next week as the team spends the week out on the road first taking on the #20 ranked Texas Longhorns inside Frank Erwin Center before traveling to TCU’s Wilkerson-Greines Activity Center to take on the TCU Horned Frogs.
1-22-15: The Kansas Jayhawks headed into the new week after beating a ranked Baylor Bears team that pushed their record to 12-2 on the season and 1-0 in the Big 12. The #12 ranked Kansas Jayhawks headed into the week ready to continue their Big 12 schedule and their march back to the top in Men’s College Basketball this season. Kansas started their week off by staying at home inside Allen Fieldhouse to play
host to the Texas Tech Red Raiders from the Big 12. During the contest Texas Tech was taken out of the
contest early by a tough Kansas defense. The Jayhawks took a big 17 point lead at halftime and only
distanced themselves more from the Red Raiders with an even bigger second half. Kansas increased
their lead by another 15 points behind 15 points from Perry Ellis in an 86-54 victory over Texas Tech.
Kansas allowed just one Red Raiders player to score in double figures in a total victory for Kansas over
Texas Tech. To finish their week Kansas stayed home inside the Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the
Oklahoma State Cowboys in a Big 12 matchup for both schools. During the contest Kansas showed
Oklahoma State why they were the better ranked team in a 67-57 victory for the Jayhawks. The
offensive attack from Kansas was led by 16 points from Frank Mason III while Kelly Oubre Jr. added 14
points in the victory for the Jayhawks. Meanwhile OSU’s attack was led by 21 points from Le’Bryan Nash
but it was not enough in the loss to Kansas. Kansas finished their week off by posting an overall record
of 14-2 (3-0 Big 12). Catch Kansas next week as the team faces off with a pair of ranked teams starting
with the #17 ranked Iowa State Cyclones on the road inside Hilton Coliseum. The Jayhawks will then
finish their week off back at home in Allen Fieldhouse playing host to the #16 ranked Oklahoma Sooners.
1-12-15: The Kansas Jayhawks came into the week reeling from a loss to Temple a couple contests ago that left the team’s record at 10-2 and 5-0 at home. Kansas is a member of the Big 12 conference and is readying the team for conference play as the #13 ranked team in Men’s College Basketball this season. Kansas started their week off by staying home inside Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the UNLV Rebels of the MW Conference. During the contest UNLV came out of the locker room with the hot hand shooting and played Kansas tough in the first half of the game. The Rebels actually took a lead with them into halftime 33-29 behind four different players that scored in double figures. Kansas reacted in the second half with a huge 47 point outburst behind 18 points from Frank Mason III in a 76-61 victory over UNLV. For the final game of the Jayhawks week the team traveled to #21 Baylor to face off with the Baylor Bears inside the Ferrell Center. During the contest Kansas was put on upset alert either as Baylor took a narrow four point lead with them into the locker room at half time. Baylor’s attack was led by 25 points from Kenny Chery but the 21st ranked team fell to the pressure against the Jayhawks. Kansas was led by 13 points from Jamari Traylor as the Jayhawks came from behind to survive and beat Baylor by the final score of 56-55. Kansas finished their week off by posting an overall record of 12-2 (1-0 Big 12). Catch Kansas next week as the team stays home all week inside Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the Texas Tech Red Raiders before finishing the week hosting the Oklahoma State Cowboys at home.
1-2-15: The Kansas Jayhawks came into this week sporting an impressive 9-2 record on the young Men’s College Basketball season which has propelled the team to the #10 ranking in the nation. Before an upset loss to Temple the Jayhawks only blemish on the season was to the hands of the #1 ranked Kentucky Wildcats. The Jayhawks hope they got their bad play out of the way before their Big 12 Conference play begins over the next few weeks across the nation. Kansas started their week off by staying home inside Allen Fieldhouse to play host to the Kent State Golden Flashes. During the contest Kent played Kansas tough during the first half and went into the locker room at halftime trailing by just six points. Kansas did not want to be put on upset alert so in the second half Kelly Oubre Jr. and his Jayhawks teammates distanced themselves from Kent State en route to a 78-62 victory. The Golden Flashes were led by three players that scored in double figures in the game but could not compete on the glass and were dominated in the rebounding department. The lack of second chance shots and shooting attempts overall led to a narrow victory for Kansas over Kent State. Kansas finished their week off by posting an overall record of 10-2 which leaves the team ranked #13 in Men’s College Basketball this season. Catch Kansas next week as the team stays home to host the UNLV Rebels inside Allen Fieldhouse before finishing the week out on the road against the #22 ranked Baylor Bears inside the Ferrell Center.
12-26-14: The Kansas Jayhawks had a pair of games before the long Christmas break for their school and their basketball program with the first coming at home inside the Allen Fieldhouse against the Lafayette Leopards. During the contest Kansas took over early and often outscoring the Leopards by 17 points in the first half and another 10 points in the second half to easily take down Lafayette by the final score of 96-69. Lafayette had just four players that scored in double figures in the contest while Kansas had six highlighted by 23 points from Kelly Oubre Jr. Kansas took a seven game winning streak in their next game to Temple’s Wells Fargo Center to take on the Temple Owls of the American Athletic Conference. Kansas was quickly put on upset alert by the Owls and their trio of Will Cummings, Quenton DeCosey and Jesse Morgan who combined for 54 points. Kansas managed just 52 points as a team as the Jayhawks struggled to knock down buckets with any sort of consistency during the contest. Kansas finished shooting just 32% from the field while turning the ball over a whopping 17 times. Temple added another eight steals and eight blocks in the contest making things difficult for Kansas in a 77-52 loss to the Owls. With the loss Kansas’ record dropped to 9-2 on the season with both of their losses coming on the road this season. Catch Kansas next week as the team stays home inside Allen Field House to play host to the Kent State Golden Flashes.
Kansas Basketball Video Highlights
2015 Kansas Jayhawks Football Schedule
Sep. 5 vs South Dakota State Jackrabbits
Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
Sep. 12 vs Memphis Tigers
Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
Sep. 19 --- Open Date
Sep. 26 at Rutgers Scarlet Knights
High Point Solutions Stadium, Piscataway, NJ
Oct. 3 at Iowa State Cyclones
Jack Trice Stadium, Ames, IA
Oct. 10 vs Baylor Bears
Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
Oct. 17 vs Texas Tech Red Raiders
Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
Oct. 24 at Oklahoma State Cowboys
Boone Pickens Stadium, Stillwater, OK
Oct. 31 vs Oklahoma Sooners (HC)
Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
Nov. 7 at Texas Longhorns
Darrell K Royal - TX Mem. Stadium, Austin, TX
Nov. 14 at TCU Horned Frogs
Amon G. Carter Stadium, Fort Worth, TX
Nov. 21 vs West Virginia Mountaineers
Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
Nov. 28 vs Kansas State Wildcats
Memorial Stadium, Lawrence, KS
Dec. 5 --- Open Date