Kansas Jayhawks: Four things fans can be thankful for on Thanksgiving

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Kansas Jayhawks fans should be thankful for such a great fanbase

Kansas basketball and football fans both are a passionate group of people that just want to see their Jayhawks win. Seriously, try to find a better fanbase in college athletics.

Allen Fieldhouse is one of the greatest venues in sports because of more than just players and coaches, but because of the fans that pack it every single game. The title “World’s Loudest Indoor Arena” is completely true, as Allen Fieldhouse  broke130.4 decibels back in 2017.

Not only do the fans give Kansas basketball the greatest homecourt advantage in college basketball, but they also travel extremely well. Go to any Kansas game, against anyone, anywhere and you’ll be sure to find a group of Jayhawk faithful.

Even though game attendance is low in football, interest, and support is still there. Just look at this season, Kansas sold out David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium for the first time in a decade, and the average attendance is up across the board too this season.

Kansas football isn’t there yet, but the support and hunger for a winner is there. It’s just a matter of time until the Jayhawks get things turned around and we have a winner in Lawrence once again.

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As Kansas Jayhawks, we have a lot to be thankful for on this Thanksgiving. Great coaches, players, and a great fanbase all make up one of the best athletic programs in the country. Have a happy Thanksgiving, and rock chalk!