The essential podcast for all Jayhawk basketball fans. Analysis, insights, predictions, and more than a little goofing around- it's all here for your crimson-and-blue consumption.
Most Improved Bois
No need to wait any longer folks, the Bois are back with a quickie for your listening pleasure. In this tasty morsel of an episode the fellas dig a bit into the possibly upcoming college football season; who will play, who won't play, should anyone play? They've also got a few updates on some of the Jayhawks left in the NBA bubble, as well as their takes on a few of the awards to be named in that league, namely Most Improved Player and Rookie of the Year. Snuggle up on your quarantine couch and get cozy for a good'n, Jayhawky style.
Bois In The Studio
Title says it all, folks. Jay made the trip out to Lawrence so he and PB could get on the horn with Coach and put together this jam-packed whopper of a podcast just for you. Things are heating up on the pro sports landscape, with multiple leagues getting under way within the span of a week or so. The Bois have takes on the various approaches the leagues are taking, what seems to be working and what seems to be ill-conceived at best, as well as some thoughts on what it all could mean for the "amateur" side of things. Will there be fall sports in college this year? Should there be? You'll have to tune in to find out more.
Welcome back, everybody! All three Bois were in studio for the first time in a long time, and man was it nice. Pod regular Jared "Glass Half Empty" dropped by via Zoom to contribute his takes as well, and what resulted was one heck of a good episode. In this edition of the Jayhawky Bois we cover the recent (ridiculous) sanctions the NCAA levied against Oklahoma State's men's basketball team, what they could imply for KU's ongoing investigation, the settlement between KU athletics and David Beaty, the state of the sports world in light of the COVID-19 pandemic, and what the return (or lack thereof) of the NBA would mean in light of the Black Lives Matter movement. You don't want to miss this one folks, so tune in and hit that share button. BLACK LIVES MATTER.