Friday, September 29, 2006


Will the Cornf***ers get their revenge?

Spread was 19 for the Bugeaters last time I checked.

I say that they win, but we cover.

F*** Bill Callahan.

Friday, September 22, 2006

Schedule Finalized!

It may have been premature of me to complain about the softness of our schedule next season. After all, the final nonconference game was not confirmed until this week.

I know I promised not to editorialize about this any more, so I'll just report and you decide.

From Wednesday's LJW:

"KU has filled the final date on its basketball schedule with Winston-Salem State. KU will meet the Rams at 7 p.m. Dec. 19 in Allen Fieldhouse. Winston-Salem State is an independent for the 2006-07 season as it completes the transition to NCAA Div. I."

Wednesday, September 13, 2006

Jayhawks at Rockets :Pick your score

I think the fightin' Manginos will be ready for this one. Kerry Meier shines, Hawks 31, Rockets 20.

Tuesday, September 05, 2006

First In Flight? That Ain't Wright!

Unlike Orville and Wilbur, Julian Wright may not be flying the coop as early as some of his peers. He has recently informed the KC Star and other sources that he plans to stay at least three years at KU, at which time he may be on track to graduate early. Wright has apparently already taken something like 48 hours of classes, between summer school in '05 and '06.

This is great news on all fronts. First, we have the most exciting KU player since--well, ever--committing at least into 2008. Second, our program is finally getting some pub for a star player's academic achievements, something we haven't had since the Jacque and Jerod era.

Is this all just talk? Will Julian cave next year when agents come calling? CBS Sportsline's Gary Parrish thought so, until he actually talked to Julian on the phone, at which point his cynicism melted away...

Parrish: "Julian Wright is my savior. He had me at hello."