The University of Kansas has announced that it will allow about 1,500 fans to attend basketball games at Allen Fieldhouse to begin the season. Emails were sent to season ticket holders on Monday explaining the decision.
The Jayhawks first home game is scheduled for December 5th against North Dakota State.
While it will be in a limited fashion, the Kansas Speedway has announced that it will have fans in attendance on October 18th for the Hollywood Casino 400. This comes as welcome news to legions of Nascar fans in the KC area.
There are plenty of rules and regulations you need to brush up on before attending and not all of the normal race day activities will be available. You can read the announcement from Kansas Speedway here.
The exact details haven’t been released but according to a tweet from Tom Pelissero, Andy Reid’s new contract will place him among the highest paid coaches in the NFL. The new contract will keep Reid in Kansas City through 2025. So just how much will Coach Reid be making?
A report on NFL coaching salaries from CBS Sports in January of this year had Bill Belichick leading the pack at $12 million and Pete Carroll just behind at $11 million. Coach Reid was tied for 8th on the list at $8 million.
Nobody is more deserving than Coach Reid. Congrats Coach! LETS GO CHIEFS!!!!
Andy Reid’s new six-year contract with the #Chiefs puts him among the NFL’s highest-paid coaches, per source. Well-deserved for Reid, who won his first Super Bowl in February and is just getting started at age 62.
Did you know that Kansas is home to one of the bird watching hot spots of the country from August-October? The Quivira National Wildlife Refuge is getting ready to fill up with thousands of migrating birds.
The Quivira NWR boasts some pretty spectacular features. Just a short 4 hours from Kansas City, the refuge consists of prairie, inland salt marsh, and freshwater wetland habitats.
The site is a safe haven for several threatened and endangered species, including the Whooping Crane. Be sure to pack a lunch and bring your camera.