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Men's Basketball 2014-15 coverage

Kansas defeats Kansas State, 68-57

  • 1 p.m., Jan. 31, 2015
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Column: Wayne Selden Jr. looking more comfortable

When they caught the first glimpse of Wayne Selden’s fresh haircut, most of the customary 16,300 spectators who jammed into Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday probably figured the Kansas University sophomore shooting guard was trying to change his luck by lopping off about 80 percent of his hair. Not the case. The motivation for tightening up his look means more to Selden than breaking a shooting slump. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Devonté Graham earns 'T' for taunting

Kansas University freshman point guard Devonté Graham received a second-half technical foul in the Jayhawks’ 68-57 home win over rival Kansas State.

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Former KU players flock to Sunflower Showdown

Sherron Collins adresses Jayhawks after win

A group of former Kansas University basketball players cheered from the stands during the Jayhawks’ 68-57 victory over Kansas State on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Wayne Selden Jr. talks improvements, ISU and his fresh haircut

Kansas sophomore guard Wayne Selden Jr. speaks with media members Saturday about the improvements KU needs to make, the coming rematch vs. Iowa State and his fresh haircut.

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Bill Self looking for consistency out of his mercurial Jayhawks

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self discusses the Jayhawks' Saturday home win over rival Kansas State, and wonders why KU can look very different on the floor at various portions of the same game.

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Ellis, Selden and Oubre talk progress, K-State win, before looking ahead to ISU

Kansas basketball players Perry Ellis, Wayne Selden Jr. and Kelly Oubre Jr. address the media following the Jayhawks' Sunflower Showdown victory against Kansas State on Saturday at Allen Fieldhouse. Selden says KU took some small steps in the right direction, ...

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Weber: Wildcats lacked fight early at Allen Fieldhouse

Following Saturday's 68-57 loss to Kansas in Allen Fieldhouse, Kansas State basketball coach Bruce Weber made it clear that he knew the formula for competing with the Jayhawks on their home floor. By Matt Tait

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