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Kansas Jayhawks Basketball Details

“Rock chalk … Jay-hawk … K-UUUUUUUUUU …”

The fans at Kansas have been using that chant since 1886, and you’ll hear it at home basketball games. Usually before the game (twice slowly, followed by three times quickly) and when the Jayhawks are comfortably ahead later on.

Kansas’ hoops history is as rich as they come. The school’s first coach, Dr. James Naismith, quite literally invented basketball. Four of KU’s subsequent head coaches – Phog Allen, Larry Brown, Roy Williams and Bill Self – are members of the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

On-court results have been legendary in Lawrence. The Jayhawks have won more than 60 conference championships, and rank among the top five in all-time wins and winning percentage.

Want to discuss great Kansas players? How much time do you have? Wilt Chamberlain is near the top of the list of KU’s 30-plus All-Americans, but Danny Manning may be the all-time best Jayhawk. Manning led his underdog team to the 1988 national championship – they were dubbed “Danny and the Miracles” – en route to becoming the school’s all-time leader with 2,951 points.

Home games are played on campus at legendary Allen Fieldhouse, which opened in 1955 and holds more than 16,000 fans. It is considered one of the loudest arenas in the country, and has seen the Jayhawks post a number of impressive home winning streaks.

Are you ready to experience some college basketball history? Get your Kansas Jayhawks tickets now!