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6Sports video: Nick Collison's KU career immortalized

Collison's jersey was retired at the Tennessee-Chattanooga game.

6Sports video: Simien perfect from line

Wayne Simien has hit 16 of 16 free throws this season.

6Sports video: Michael Lee injured at practice

Lee broke his collarbone in a collision at practice, and will be out for six to eight weeks.

KU women fall to Ducks

Kansas University's women's basketball team rallied from an 11-point deficit and led late, but 24th-ranked Oregon escaped with a 54-51 victory over the Jayhawks Friday night in the Oregon Classic.

NCAA bid could be on line today

Kansas University's volleyball team has been carrying a little checklist with it all month. The list, which consists of each opponent KU has faced in November, has been more of a road map to the NCAA Tournament than a schedule reminder.

Langford eager for Texas homecomings

Keith Langford has two basketball games to look forward to next week deep in the heart of Texas.

Broken collarbone sidelines Lee

Kansas University shooting guard Michael Lee will miss six to eight weeks of basketball after suffering a broken right collarbone at practice Friday. Lee, a 6-foot-3 junior starter from Portland, Ore., who sustained the injury while running through a screen set by senior guard/forward Bryant Nash, will not need surgery.

CU's loss Jayhawks' gain

Nebraska victory over Buffaloes guarantees Kansas bowl bid

Kansas University's football team is going bowling. Colorado's is not. Colorado's 31-22 loss to No. 25 Nebraska Friday made those two things perfectly clear.

6Sports video: Bowl destination still not certain

Big 12 officials will not announce bowl destinations until after the Big 12 title game.