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Baty to face Baylor injured

The Jayhawks will open Big 12 Tournament play on Wednesday with one of their best outfielders playing hurt.

Kansas ready to face Bears again

Baylor swept the Jayhawks earlier this year at Hoglund Ballpark, but that was in mid-April and things have changed for KU since then.

Kings of the hill

Jayhawks' late-season surge sparked by starting pitchers

Until the last Big 12 Conference baseball game of the regular season, Kansas University had no idea who its opponent would be in the Big 12 tournament opener.

Texas claims mythical Big 12 all-sports crown

Jayhawks climb to ninth overall, bolstered by sixth-place finish from women; men place eighth

In unofficial Big 12 Conference all-sports tabulations, Kansas University remained a second-division school in 2004-05.

6Sports video: Whittemore gets shot in NFL

Despite the naysaying scouts, former KU quarterback has signed a free agent deal with the New York Jets.

6Sports video: Big 12 finalizes replay system

The conference will use the replays on an experimental basis this season.

6Sports video: No word on possible charges for Moon Bar incident

The Lawrence Police Department has not indicated if J.R. Giddens will be charged in the stabbing incident last week. However, it is likely that even if Coach Bill Self chooses to punish Giddens, that the details of the punishment will not be made public.

6Sports video: Jayhawks baseball goes to Big 12 Tournament for the second time

The KU team cinched their tournament appearance with two wins over Oklahoma State. The tournament is a good end to a season that started off rocky.

Whittemore joins ex-Jayhawks on Jets

Former Kansas University quarterback Bill Whittemore is going to get another shot at the NFL.

Deane visits Gonzaga

Daniel Deane, a 6-foot-8 high school senior-to-be from Salt Lake City, who visited Kansas University two weeks ago, made a trip to Gonzaga last weekend.

KU's Zapf top seed for bowling nationals

Kansas University senior bowler Kelly Zapf earned the top seed for the women's division of match play at the 2005 Collegiate Singles Championships on Monday at Olympic Lanes.

Kings of the hill

Jayhawks' late-season surge sparked by starting pitchers

Until the last Big 12 Conference baseball game of the regular season, Kansas University had no idea who its opponent would be in the Big 12 tournament opener.