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KU Programming on MidcoSN

Midco Sports Network® is back in action – and it’s the place to be for your University of Kansas sports. MidcoSN® will air KU Athletics programming through the upcoming sports seasons. Look for live pregame and postgame coverage of football and men’s basketball on Jayhawk Gameday Live featuring instant analysis, reactions and highlights. Weekly...
Filed Under Football | Basketball | College

Ranking KU's Greatest

Who doesn't love a subjective sports ranking list in the summer? I know I do. Gary Woodland's win at the U.S. Open got me thinking: what are the top University of Kansas sports-related achievements of all time (whether it be while a Jayhawk, after college or a combination of the two)? Here is my Top 5 list, with a small explanation of each. 1. Al...
Filed Under Basketball | College

Forget “The Streak” – Remember the Final Four

The Kansas men’s basketball team didn’t win the Big 12 Conference regular season title for the first time since 2004. Luckily for the 2018-2019 Jayhawks, true history is made in early April.
Filed Under Basketball | College

The One That Got Away

Two years ago, Bill Self offered a basketball scholarship to a local kid that was ranked in almost everyone’s Top 50 nationally. The kid was a big wing, roughly 6'5" tall. He could put the ball on the floor and finish at the rim. He was a great passer, and was liked by his teammates and community. He was an ELITE shooter who called himself a...
Filed Under Basketball | College | High School

The Changing Times of Bigtime College Athletics

When the college football geniuses came up with this four-team tournament idea, it was only a matter of time until the regular bowl games became jokes. The snickering, however, began much quicker than expected. Already, top players are bowing out of their worthless exhibition matches in order to avoid injury and prepare for the upcoming NFL Draft....
Filed Under Football | Basketball | College

Midco Sports Network to Air KU Sports During 2018-19 Season

MidcoSN will distribute Kansas football's season opener and six men's basketball game, as well as 27 live events and the KU spring football game in 2019.
Filed Under Football | Basketball | College