Brought to you by Lawrence Photo Store

Talk KU hoops with beat writer Gary Bedore

The staff at KUsports.com is excited to announce the addition of a new blog to our lineup.

"Ask Gary" will allow KUsports.com users to start a conversation with Kansas University basketball beat writer Gary Bedore.

If there is a topic in the realm of KU basketball that has you intrigued, perplexed or somewhere in between, just "Ask Gary" about it.

Gary Bedore started covering KU for the Lawrence Journal-World before the Jayhawks won the 1988 national championship and he has been on the beat ever since, so he has seen it all. Now is your chance to tap into his wealth of KU hoops knowledge.

There are four easy ways for you to submit a question:

  1. Leave it in the comments section below.

  2. Mention @KUsports on Twitter and include the hashtag #askGary.

  3. Post your question to the KUsports.com Facebook page and use the hashtag #askGary.

  4. Email your question to askgary@ljworld.com.

We'll sort through all the inquiries and Gary will answer the best ones in his next blog post.

Comments

Suzi Marshall

Jeezzz...that sounds like a lot of work compiling all that information from so many sources, i.e. facebook, twitter, LJW, and direct email.

8 years, 3 months ago

Report

Dan Burns

Gary, are we going to see blackouts again this year either pre or season games?

8 years, 3 months ago

Report

Rocky Curtis

Gary, based on your knowledge and observations of college basketball as a whole, do you see an end in sight to the "one-and-done" player?

8 years, 3 months ago

Report

Joe Ross

My question is related to Rocky's...sort of. If the NBA age limit is raised, effectively consigning college players to a two-year stint, what effect will this have on blue-chip recruits in terms of their matriculation into college programs versus going overseas or playing in the D-league? How will this affect recruiting at Kansas?

8 years, 3 months ago

Report

Joe Ross

Texas or Kansas for the Big 12 regular season title?

8 years, 3 months ago

Report

Commenting has been disabled for this item.