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Men's Basketball 2015-16 coverage

Kansas defeats West Virginia, 75-65

  • 6 p.m., Feb. 9, 2016
  • Allen Fieldhouse, Lawrence, KS
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Campaign aims to digitalize Phog Allen documents

KU Libraries has launched a crowdsourcing campaign entitled, “Cordially yours, Forrest Allen: Preserving the legacy of the Phog.”

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Notebook: Frank Mason III’s toughness shows up vs. WVU

Kansas University guard Frank Mason III took an elbow to the face, delivered by West Virginia guard Tarik Phillip, in the second half of the Jayhawks’ 75-65 Tuesday victory at Allen Fieldhouse.

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Perry Ellis both consistent and efficient in scoring department

Kansas University senior forward Perry Ellis, who hit seven of nine shots in Tuesday’s 75-65 victory over West Virginia, has cashed 26 of his last 34 attempts over three games.

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Tom Keegan: Brannen Greene escapes doghouse at perfect time

Brannen Greene looked as if he enjoyed the view Tuesday night from 20-plus feet outside the rim in Allen Fieldhouse so much better than the vantage point from the coach’s doghouse, where he has been sent multiple times in his career. By Tom Keegan

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Bob Huggins not surprised by Landen Lucas' performance

Known mostly as a role player who fills a defensive niche at Kansas University's revolving door of a 5 spot, Landen Lucas helped KU hold off West Virginia, 75-65, Tuesday night at Allen Fieldhouse by making his sixth consecutive start and delivering 16 rebounds and 4 blocks in 29 minutes while also adding nine points on 4-of-5 shooting. By Matt Tait

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Bill Self on Big 12 race, need to win on road

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self meets media members after the Jayhawks' home win over West Virginia and discusses, among many other topics, KU tying West Virginia and Oklahoma for first place in the Big 12, and the need to win ...

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