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27 Feb - 2 min - Uploaded by The University of Kansas The University of Kansas. Join 16, Jayhawks inside Allen Fieldhouse to sing the. 12 Feb - 3 min - Uploaded by Christian Trotter ROCK CHALK JAYHAWK KUUUUUUU CHANT! I love our Go Big Blue chant that we use. What exactly is the Rock Chalk Jayhawk chant at the University of Kansas, and where did it come from? The cheer, which carries through Allen. Rock Chalk, Jayhawk is a chant used at University of Kansas Jayhawks sporting events. The chant is made up of the phrase "Rock chalk, Jayhawk, KU". Soon “Rah, Rah” became “Rock Chalk,” a crisp rhyme to “Jayhawk” and a reference to the chalk-like limestone on KU's Mount Oread. Today the chant echoes.

The University Science Club officially adopted the famous "Rock Chalk" chant in , as a cheer created by chemistry professor, E.H.S. Bailey. At first, their. These MP3 audio files of KU music can be useful on your web page or as part of Power Point presentation. "The Rock Chalk Chant" (Glee Club) 30 second. 7 Jan - 56 sec It started as a science club anthem, but has become one of the most recognizable chants in. Every time I am watching a Kansas Jayhawks game and I hear "Rock Chalk, Jayhawk, KU!" I get very pumped up! What does this chant mean and where did it . The Rock Chalk Chant is inscribed on this limestsone bench inside the KU Student Union. Photo: David McKinney/KU University Relations.

27 Feb - 2 min - Uploaded by The University of Kansas Join 16, Jayhawks inside Allen Fieldhouse to sing the University of Kansas Alma Mater and. 12 Feb - 3 min - Uploaded by Christian Trotter MEMPHIS: ROCK CHALK CHAMPIONSHIP - Duration: Brad Henson Productions 28, Rock Chalk, Jayhawk is a chant used at University of Kansas Jayhawks sporting events. The chant is made up of the phrase "Rock chalk, Jayhawk, KU". The chant has evolved from the college yell chemistry professor E.H.S. Bailey Soon “Rah, Rah” became “Rock Chalk,” a crisp rhyme to “Jayhawk” and a. What exactly is the Rock Chalk Jayhawk chant at the University of Kansas, and where did it come from? The cheer, which carries through Allen.

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