This week in KU history

CB McGrath was born; Kansas gets win #1600

C. B. McGrath was born 11.21.75. Colin Bryan McGrath averaged 19.5 points, 5.5 assists and 5 rebounds per game at Topeka West. McGrath came to KU as a walk on but earned a scholarship. McGrath was a reserve guard, filling in for Jaque Vaugh when he was injured and backing up Vaughn and Ryan Roberson for his four year as a Jayhawk. Fans may remember the 5'11 player almost dunked during the UNC-Ashevillegame. McGrath twice earned Academic All Big 12 honors and currently is an administrative assistant for Roy Williams.

Other Dates to Remember:

(11.22.89) KU defeated #1 UNLV in the preseason NIT semifinal.
(11.23.85) Danny Manning made his debut in a 58-56 win over Maryland.
(11.25.88) Roy Williams made his debut when the Jayhawks defeated Alaska-Anchorage
(11.25.97) Kansas gains its 1600th all-time victory by defeating Virginia, 80-63.
(11.27.79) Chris Zerbe was born.

(Below) Wearing a fur coat illustrated with peace signs and "Love," Gale Sayers of Kansas University paces the sidelines in front of the Kansas bench during the Big Eight Conference game against Missouri in Lawrence, Kan., on Saturday, Nov. 26, 1973. Kansas won 14-13 over Missouri. (AP Photo) Top Stories