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KUfan.Com celebrates the next decade with a new, improved website. Still a work in progress, the goal will be to make it an easier place to navigate, along with stories of what's happening with the Jayhawks, and perhaps a glimpse into what's happening with some other teams.  There is a completely updated weather page, also. I hope you enjoy the new look and encounter no problems while moving around. Fear not, regular visitors, there will be the 25th Annual NCAA Tournament Contest. There will be a button for it at the top of the page between the sports and weather.

Of course, the biggest change is the new drop down menus. It's been a goal for several years. It will be much easier to navigate around. One of the new features is when you click on a link that takes you away from this website,  a new window will open so you won't lose your place here. That is dependant though, on whether your browser options are set to allow a website to open new windows. Another little touch is when scrolling down a long page, if you want to quickly return to the top, there is an up arrow in the lower right hand corner to click that will take you there immediately.

If you do run across a problem, a wrong or dead link, any issue, a comment or a suggestion, please send an email. I'd love to hear from you. A link to send an email should be available at the bottom of every page.


At the beginning of the season, #1 at the time Michigan State lost to Kentucky. The next week, Kentucky took over the #1 spot and promptly lost to unranked Evansville. The next week, Duke takes over the #1 spot, and holds it for two weeks before losing in overtime to unranked Steven F. Austin, AT HOME. All this happened in November. Louisville takes over #1 for a couple of weeks and loses to unranked Texas Tech. Is this crazy or what? Whose next? Kansas? Ohio State?

This is the first time ever that more than one #1 team has lost in November. Duke hasn't lost a regular season non-conference game since 2000 (150 straight games). There has never been four #1 teams lose before January. If Louisville falls from #1, there will have already been FIVE teams that has held the the top spot. The record for the WHOLE SEASON is seven.

Bracket Watch

Just an early observation that this week, ESPNs' Joe Lunardi has SEVEN of the ten Big 12 teams in the NCAA Tournament. Wichita State has joined the crowd.
Upcoming Games
12/7ColoradoLawrence, KSESPN2
W 72-58
12/10UW MilwaukeeLawrence, KSESPN+W 95-68
12/14UMKCKansas CityESPN+4 PM
Stanford, CA
1/4W. Virginia
Lawrence, KS
1/8Iowa StateAmes, IowaESPN+7 PM
Lawrence, KS
1/14OklahomaNorman, OKESPN?8 PM
Complete schedule
All-Time Victories
TeamTotal WinsLast Update
North Carolina2266
These four teams are the only Division 1 schools with over 2,000 victories. The top three, the true blue-bloods, are deeply rooted together.

The next school to join this elite club will probably be Temple.


No fifteen conference championships in a row this year for Kansas. Texas Tech and Kansas State took care of that. The unblievable streak is over. Could it ever be possible to accomplish such a feat again? In ANY major sport?

"There is parity in the Big 12.
Everyone has an equal chance to finish second."
- Rece Davis, ESPN (circa 2015)
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The Streak is over.
Long Live "The Streak".

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