Office Space: Kyle Rogers’ Knoda is an emerging tool for predictions

Greyson Honaker

Sept. 30

In 1999, when Kyle Rogers was 13, he turned to his mom during a KU basketball game and predicted a Jayhawk national title in four years. In 2003, they made it to the championship but lost to Syracuse.

When he reminded her of his failed prediction, she didn’t remember. With that nagging memory in mind, Rogers and Knoda co-founder James Flexman have created a phone app that allows users to conquer their mothers’ doubts and say with proof, “I told you so!”