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Giddens excells

Williams traveled to St. Louis on Thursday to watch KU signee J.R. Giddens of Oklahoma City score 23 points in Marshall High's 59-51 victory over Hazelwood (Mo.) High.

Jayhawks swat the Hornets, 113-61

With just over ten minutes to play in the game, Kansas hit the century mark on a Kirk Hinrich jumper. On the following time out, with KU up by 55 points, Roy Williams pulled all five starters. KU's bench and ESU played fairly evenly after that, but the Hornets outscored KU 19-13 after the Jayhawk starters left the game. All told, 11 different Kansas players scored.

Mayer: Capt. Kirk key for Jayhawks

Wayne Simien's tendinitis problem won't go away but barring complications, the powerful Kansas sophomore basketeer's contributions will continue to be impressive.

Women's Basketball: KU trying to rebound

Jayhawks set to square off against Creighton today

Allen Fieldhouse should look good to Kansas University's "new-look" women's basketball team today.

KU trying to rebound

Jayhawks set to square off against Creighton today

Allen Fieldhouse should look good to Kansas University's "new-look" women's basketball team today. The freshman- and sophomore-laden Jayhawks, coming off their most embarrassing loss of the season, will try to bounce back against Creighton.

Williams has history with Emporia State's Moe

Doug Moe happens to be one of the most colorful, most quotable figures in NBA history. He also happens to be a pal of Kansas University men's basketball coach Roy Williams and the father of Emporia State coach David Moe, who brings his second ESU team to Allen Fieldhouse tonight.

Williams believes in bench

KU coach hasn't lost faith in any of his reserves

Michael Lee and Jeff Graves have been logging the most minutes of any of Kansas University's bench players of late.

Capt. Kirk key for Jayhawks

Wayne Simien's tendinitis problem won't go away but barring complications, the powerful Kansas sophomore basketeer's contributions will continue to be impressive.