Media, NCAA

The Kansas What-Hawks Now?

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Jack Harry, the Kansas City 41 Action News sports anchor is under some scrutiny for allegedly saying “Gayhawks” in the above broadcast. Harry has had “skirmishes” with fans before, which can be seen at Sportsgrid, but this time it’s much more serious. Harry denies having used the word “gay” to describe the Kansas basketball team,

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NCAA, Sports

It Appears That Andrew Wiggins Can Dunk

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Kansas’ newest freshman phenom, Andrew Wiggins, put on a little show Friday night during the team’s “Late Night in the Phog” annual scrimmage at Allen Fieldhouse . Looks like Andrew is starting to settle in just fine. [ESPN]

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NCAA, Sports

Kansas’ New Football Uniforms Are Pretty Great

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Charlie Weis, who is now the head coach over at Kansas, took to Twitter to release a short video showing off the new uniforms that the Kansas football team will be rocking for the 2013 season. The uniforms are definitely a change from previous, but offer a coolness factor that was missing. All in all

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NCAA, Sports

Andrew Wiggins Seems To Be Fitting In Just Fine At Kansas

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Andrew Wiggins is off to quite the nice start if the above video is any indication.  Andrew participated in his first scrimmage in a Kansas uniform and on the first play he posterized a fellow teammate with a spectacular dunk.  Expect to see more fireworks this upcoming season. [Bleacher Report via ESPN]

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Kentucky Players Release Championship Celebration Rap [Video]

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In addition to being NCAA basketball champions, Kentucky Wildcat freshman Kyle Wiltjer and sophomore Jared Polson are aspiring rappers. Rapping under the name White Boy Academy the pair and some friends have dropped a Final Four championship celebration video set in and around Rupp Arena. Not surprisingly for a group called White Boy Academy it

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Sports

Kansas Young Adult Gets in Trouble By Parents on National TV

This kid looks anywhere from 18-24 and he is still getting chastised by his parents in public places. Take a close look in between the two commentators near middle top of screen. First the mom tells him to stop, then his dad. The look on kid’s face after dad tells him something (maybe “don’t be

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