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Jayhawks a hit at Ladies Night Out

Just a freshman, Devonté Graham showed the smarts of a seasoned point guard in speaking before 450 women at Bill Self’s fifth-annual Ladies Night Out breast cancer research fundraiser on Thursday in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Ben Heeney, an appreciation

Senior linebacker earns respect from former KU greats

Nick Reid, Kevin Kane and Banks Floodman. Mike Rivera, James Holt and Joe Mortensen. All are former Kansas University linebackers who, for one reason or another, won the hearts of the KU fan base during their playing days in Lawrence. And all are names that still make Jayhawk fans think about a style of play more than a team or a time.

Tight end Josh Moore decommits from Ohio State and picks Kansas

Score one for the Clint Bowen recruiting resume. Thursday afternoon, JayhawkSlant.com reported that Josh Moore, a 6-foot-5, 250-pound tight end from nearby Olathe North High had switched his commitment from Ohio State to Kansas University.

Kansas volleyball falls at ISU

Kansas University suffered a five-set volleyball setback to Iowa State on Wednesday at Hilton Coliseum.

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Roy Williams never doubted he’d succeed at Kansas

Roy Williams was asked about the obvious confidence he took into his first college head-coaching job at KU in 1988-89, despite the fact he was third assistant on KU grad Dean Smith’s UNC staff. By Gary Bedore

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Mundine honored by Mackey Award for career game vs. Texas Tech

Kansas University senior Jimmay Mundine kept his strong season going during last week's 34-21 loss at Texas Tech and the representatives at the John Mackey Award recognized it and threw some praise Mundine's way Wednesday morning.

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Column: Jayhawks a blend of talent, attitude

This Kansas University basketball team has four more McDonald’s All-Americans on the roster than it had when the Jayhawks reached the 2012 national-title game.

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Former KU coach Roy Williams excited for return to Lawrence, Allen Fieldhouse

UNC coach calls KU arena 'the greatest home court advantage in college basketball'

Former Kansas University basketball coach Roy Williams, who is now in his 12th season at North Carolina, will be returning to Allen Fieldhouse at 7:30 p.m., Monday, for the upcoming “Celebrating 60 Years” program and he's looking forward to joining current coach Bill Self and former coaches Ted Owens and Larry Brown at the event, which will pay homage to 60 seasons of basketball in KU’s tradition-rich building. By Gary Bedore

KU tennis team falls in semis

Kansas University’s Maria Jose Cardona and Maria Belen Ludueña dropped an 8-4 decision to a team from Oklahoma State in the semifinals of the Intercollegiate Tennis Association Central Regionals on Monday.

Kansas sweeps volleyball awards

For the first time in program and fourth time in Big 12 Conference history, Kansas University swept the Big 12 Player of the Week Awards.

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Ted Owens remembers dusty, starry Allen Fieldhouse

Kansas University’s Allen Fieldhouse has changed quite a bit since Ted Owens patrolled the home team’s basketball bench from 1964 to 1983. By Gary Bedore

Column: Jayhawks recall Royals reliever Finnegan

Just six months ago, left-hander Brandon Finnegan stared in at the catcher’s signs from atop the mound at Hoglund Ballpark, a Jayhawk in the batter’s box. By Tom Keegan

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KU's Tony Pierson being evaluated for injury near neck

Kansas University senior Tony Pierson, who missed all but two plays of last Saturday's 34-21 loss at Texas Tech, is being evaluated by doctors this morning for an injury in his neck area and the full scope of the injury is not yet known. By Matt Tait

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Cummings-King connection pays off for KU football

The developing relationship between junior quarterback Michael Cummings and junior wide receiver Nigel King is one of the most intriguing aspects of the slowly improving Kansas University offense. By Matt Tait

KU soccer upended again

The No. 9-ranked Kansas University soccer team had won 14 of its first 15 games before suffering its first back-to-back losses of the season — the latest, 2-0, to No. 16 West Virginia. By Benton Smith

Column: Ritch Price marvels at run by Royals

Kansas University baseball coach Ritch Price, who has friends in the organizations of both World Series teams, did a nice job of articulating the key moment for the Royals, America’s darlings. By Tom Keegan

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Larry Brown especially fond of Allen Fieldhouse

Hall of Fame basketball coach Larry Brown has been in virtually all the great hoops arenas in his 74 years on the planet. Where does Allen Fieldhouse rank? "The best." By Gary Bedore

Jayhawks sweep TCU in volleyball

In an eight-day span, Kansas University’s volleyball team went from 0-3 in the Big 12 to .500 and No. 30 in the all-important RPI to No. 20.

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Rush feels at home again

Former Kansas University guard Brandon Rush tore the ACL in his right knee in late May of 2007 and had surgery performed on June 1 of that year.

Ludueña rolls in regional tennis

Kansas senior Maria Belen Ludueña continued to roll in both singles and doubles at the Intercollegiate Regional Championships on Saturday, picking up two wins.

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