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It's in homes and on streets corners, permeating the local sports bars packed with Jayhawk fans. With six minutes left in the first half, Kentucky is up 23-17. University of Kansas fan Palmer Kiefer quietly nibbles a cookie as he takes in the score.
I married a Kansas girl which, this time of year, means I also am betrothed to Dr. James Naismith, Phog Allen, Clyde Lovellette, Wilt Chamberlain, JoJo White, Danny Manning, Paul Pierce, Larry Brown and Bill Self...There were about 35 other guys who
Some Kansas football fans remember the view from the mountaintop...For Paul Turec, the fairy tale begins in October 2004, when the Jayhawks ended their 11-game losing streak to Kansas State. KU went just 4-7 that year, but that win was the only sign
Roy Williams doesn't get back to Kansas as often as he'd like. And, when he has been able to return, he hasn't exactly spent a ton of time hobnobbing with KU fans in a public setting...Either way, Sunday morning's celebrity pro-am skins game, staged
Although it happened nearly 20 years ago, the memory is still fresh in Phil Carr's mind.When Carr was a child, his family would travel from Topeka to visit his grandparents in Columbia. They weren't affiliated with the University of Missouri,
Root for your awesome basketball program, hope for your dreadful football program and enjoy your delicious Henry T's wings, but please, if there's any leftover muscle memory giving fuel to the Snob Hill stereotype, let it go. That's the takeaway from
The crowd at the downtown bar leaned heavily in favor of Kansas State, even before the Wildcats thumped the University of Kansas, 59-7. The Sunflower Showdown, the annual matchup between the state's largest universities, has grown heated in recent
Eagle correspondent Making his first rounds as Kansas football coach, Turner Gill knew some of the topics KU fans want to hear about before the start of the season. There was the old stuff. "Beat Mizzou," KU fan Chase Marzolf said while awaiting Gill'
And drive a tractor.“We kind of consider them country boys,” says Ryan Swartz, a 28-year-old KU fan.Missouri fans are loud, obnoxious and uncouth...Run around with an MU fan, and your IQ will decrease a few dozen points by default...
These are the dedicated and creative people who make entertaining signs to show their team spirit. Whether they dress in crimson and blue or hold the dancing heads and letters that spell a variety of words and phrases, these are just a sampling of