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6Sports video report: Kansas women responding positively

Kevin Romary reports on the response of the KU women's basketball team to their 3-6 start on the season.

Lockwood, Reamon to join KU Hall of Fame Saturday

Bob Lockwood and Dick Reamon will be inducted into the Kansas University Athletic Hall of Fame during halftime ceremonies at Saturday's Kansas-South Carolina State men's basketball game.

Miles given green light

By Gary Bedore If it looked like Kansas' Aaron Miles was looking for his shot a little bit more in Wednesday night's 78-62 victory over Princeton well, there's a reason for that. Miles, Kansas University's 6-foot-1 freshman guard from Portland, was given the green light to fire away, courtesy of coach Roy Williams.

Tigers undone by KU pressure

By Chuck Woodling Eight games. Three Top 10 teams. Princeton may be the perennial Ivy League champion, but enough is enough. "That's an understatement," Princeton coach John Thompson said following Wednesday night's 78-62 loss to Kansas, ranked No. 4 in the AP poll.

Budig right at home at Princeton

By Chuck Woodling Gene Budig was headed up in the elevator at Princeton's Jadwin Gymnasium when the door opened and in stepped Drew Gooden, dressed in his pre-game warm-ups. Introduced to Gooden as a former Kansas University chancellor, Budig stuck out his mitt and asked Gooden if he had ever had any classes in Budig Hall.

Surging Wichita State travels to face struggling KU women

By Doug Pacey Wichita State had better take its best shot now, because it might not get another chance like this. Entering tonight's 7 p.m. game against WSU (4-2), Kansas (3-6) owns a 30-5 all-time record against the Shockers and is 17-0 against WSU in Lawrence.

6Sports video report: Jayhawks take the Tigers 78 - 62

Kevin Romary reports on the Jayhawks' performance Wednesday night at Princeton.

6Sports video report: Kansas women responding positively

Kevin Romary reports on the response of the KU women's basketball team to their 3-6 start on the season.