TOPEKA (KSNT) – The Sunday edition of K-Nation had sports across the board. From KU track to K-State tennis.
The show had two special guests this week. KU wide receiver Luke Grimm and K-State insider Grant Flanders. Grimm sat down with K-Nation host Lainey Gerber to talk about the future of KU soccer, how the schedule has changed and more. Flanders opened up about the upcoming rivalry game and other topics around K-State hoops.
K-Nation also took an inside look at K-State women’s tennis. The group of athletes did a “meet the team” segment as they continue their quest for a national championship. The team is unique in that every player drafted is an international student.
Kansas hosted the KU Jayhawk Classic last week. Some of the schools featured were Baker, Oral Roberts and Haskell Indian Nations. KU took home wins in 19 different events during the classic.
The show also analyzed last week’s KU and K-State basketball scores. Notably the Jayhawks brought home a win in Rupp Arena against the Kentucky Wildcats. K-State defended home court with a victory over Florida in the BIG-12/SEC Challenge. K-State star player Keyontae Johnson provided the spark for the ‘Cats with a double-double at her former college.
27 Sports Director Glenn Kinley along with 27 Sports reporters Lainey Gerber and Landon Reinhardt are teaming up to tell viewers everything they need to know about the Jayhawks and Wildcats through this new show.
K-Nation airs every Sunday night after 27 News at 10.