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A Late Night Retrospective

Microphone in hand, Kansas University coach Bill Self strolled through the facility’s northwest tunnel wearing the same black-and-white striped, rather loud suit that Andrew Wiggins fashioned in Brooklyn, New York, the night he was tapped first in the 2014 NBA Draft. By Gary Bedore

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Late Night: A night of acting, dancing and basketball

A short, 20-minute men’s basketball scrimmage annually serves as the curtain-closing act in Kansas University’s Late Night in the Phog production in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

Five top recruits will be on hand for Late Night

Two of the top guards and three of the premier forwards in the recruiting Class of 2016 will be attending the 31st-annual Late Night in the Phog tonight in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

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Former KU basketball great Bill Bridges dies at age of 76

Former KU great Bill Bridges has died following a battle with cancer at the age of 76.

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KU's Perry Ellis named to preseason all-Big 12 team; Cheick Diallo freshman of year

Perry Ellis was named to the preseason all-Big 12 team and Cheick Diallo freshman of the year today in a vote of league coaches.

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Townsend sets longevity mark for KU assistants

Now in his 12th year at Kansas University, Kurtis Townsend is the longest-tenured assistant men’s basketball coach in school history.

Column: Bears don’t need to run up the score

Texas takes great pride in its enormity and it is a huge state, except to one man who has managed to shrink the state into one massive small state.

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Baylor QB Russell planned to be a Jayhawk

In some sort of alternate universe, T.J. Millweard would be starting for Baylor on Saturday and Seth Russell would be taking the snaps for Kansas.

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KU women’s basketball embraces change

So much changeover exists within the Kansas University women’s basketball program right now, you’ll have to be patient with first-year head coach Brandon Schneider when it comes to figuring out one fairly significant aspect of this roster’s makeup.

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Jayhawks hope to have short memories

Before the Kansas University men’s basketball team could begin to move forward toward another season loaded with great expectations and even higher hopes, the Jayhawks had to go through the process of putting the 2014-15 season to bed.

KU volleyball trips Tech, stretches streak to 16

Kansas University’s volleyball team remained perfect Wednesday night.

Jayhawks earn academic honors

Kansas University softball’s Maddie Stein, Sophia Templin and Erin McGinley were named 2015 National Fastpitch Coaches Association (NFCA) All-America Scholar-Athletes on Tuesday.

KU volleyball counts on Havili

Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard had high expectations for his Jayhawks entering this season, but their offensive production has surprised him a little bit.

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KU QB Millweard ready if needed

True freshman Ryan Willis may be slated to start Saturday’s 11 a.m. game against No. 3 Baylor for the Kansas University football team, but when you’re talking about a program that already has lost three quarterbacks this season, it doesn’t hurt to be prepared for anything.

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Column: Willis’ burden a bit too daunting

In one sense, Kansas University true freshman quarterback Ryan Willis can’t win in his starting debut Saturday at home vs. Baylor. Upsets do happen, but not in games that involve a 44-point underdog.

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Self sees Jayhawks’ strengths, weaknesses

Bill Self wore a tuxedo, not a sports coat, when he last entered The Midland Theater in the Power and Light District in downtown KC.

Kawinpakorn wins second straight tournament

Kansas University senior golfer Yupaporn Kawinpakorn fired a round of 4-under, 68 at the Chip-N-Club Invitational, Tuesday, to clinch her second straight tournament victory.

KU athletes earn Big 12 honors

Kansas University cross country runners Evan Landes and Sharon Lokedi respectively earned the Big 12 Men’s and Women’s Runner of the Week awards for their performances Saturday at the Rim Rock Classic.

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Eyeing a start: With Cozart, Ford out, KU turns to Willis

When Bishop Miege football coach Jon Holmes saw his former quarterback Ryan Willis step onto the field during the final few drives of last week’s Kansas University loss to Iowa State, he recognized just about everything. By Matt Tait

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Column: Kansas not the worst, but close

In the event Cheick Diallo is cleared to play basketball for Kansas University, the Jayhawks will become fashionable picks for the No. 1 spot in the nation and with good reason. Someone, somewhere will then connect the dots and claim that the school with the nation’s best basketball program also has the worst football team in the Football Bowl Subdivision. By Tom Keegan