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Kansas defeats Fort Hays State, 101-52

  • 7 p.m., Nov. 8, 2011
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Gary Bedore’s KU hoops notebook: Perry Ellis to sign with KU Wednesday

Texas center Zach Peters to wait; Bill Self says Jayhawks still looking to fill out class

Wichita Heights senior standout Perry Ellis will sign a letter of intent with Kansas University today, the first day of the weeklong fall signing period.

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Justin Wesley puts on better show than in opener

Justin Wesley wasn’t happy with himself after reviewing his performance against Pittsburg State from Kansas’ first exhibition game on Nov. 1.

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Thomas Robinson impresses Tigers

Tuesday night, during Kansas University’s 101-52 exhibition victory against Fort Hays State University, all of the Tigers’ eyes were on KU junior Thomas Robinson.

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Naadir Tharpe gives KU yet another jet

Thomas Robinson’s contagious smile starts at Washington, D.C., and travels along I-70 all the way to Lawrence. It’s that wide, and it consumed the room during Tuesday night’s postgame interview session when he was asked about the chemistry he had with high school and current teammate Naadir Tharpe.

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Wait and see: Thomas Robinson solid in delayed debut

Thomas Robinson’s season debut — which was delayed a week — definitely was worth the wait.

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Bill Self postgame press conference: Fort Hays St.

Kansas head men's basketball coach lauded the play of Thomas Robinson and Naadir Tharpe after defeating Fort Hays State on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse.

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Kansas players discuss victory over Fort Hays State

Kansas men's basketball players Justin Wesley, Thomas Robinson and Naadir Tharpe addressed the media after defeating Fort Hays State on Tuesday, Nov. 8, 2011 at Allen Fieldhouse.

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KU vs. Fort Hays State

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Fort Hays State discusses loss to KU

Fort Hays State head basketball coach Mark Johnson and senior Matt Simmons addressed the media after falling to Kansas, 101-52 at Allen Fieldhouse.

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