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KU and Oklahoma ranked 5-2 in Big 12 Conference

KU has a big challenge ahead of them. On Sunday the Jayhawks return to the Fieldhouse to take on the Oklahoma. Both teams are 5-2 in Big 12 conference play. Moody predicts a tough and tight match against the Sooners.

Kansas Tennis team hits the road for a mountain west showdown

The Kansas Tennis team hits the road for a mountain west showdown with Utah on Saturday. KU won its last match, 7-0 against Drake. Hawks won every singles match with the Bulldogs in straight sets.

Football facility plans nearly set in stone

It appears Kansas University has secured enough funds to move forward with a long-proposed football facility.

Kansas baseball wins opener

Jared Schweitzer and Gus Milner hit solo home runs, and Matt Baty drove in three runs as Kansas University popped Hawaii-Hilo, 11-1, in its season baseball opener late Wednesday night.

Kansas pitcher Czyz named to watch list

Kansas University senior Don Czyz was named to the National Collegiate Baseball Writers Assn. Stopper of the Year Award watch list.

These walls can talk -- of KU sports

Dilapidated building overflowing with images of Jayhawk greats

The late Waldo "Bud" Monroe, a barber and campus police lieutenant, received enough pictures from Kansas University athletes over several decades for his own hall of fame.

6Sports video: Kansas women continue to sputter through conference play

The Kansas Women continue to sputter through conference play. Wednesday night, KU lost to Colorado again. The Buffs have only two conference victories in nine tries, both have been against Kansas. Next up for the KU women, a Saturday showdown with Iowa State at Allen Fieldhouse.

6Sports video: KU men's basketball gave no chance to the Red Raiders

Against Texas Tech it wasn't even close. The Red Raiders never had a chance on the glass. KU out rebounded Bobby Knight's team by an astounding 55 to 28.

6News sports video: Bud's Barbershop, a hidden tribute to pieces of KU history

There is one room in Lawrence that pays tribute to all of KU's most revered and decorated athletes. This gallery, known as Bud's Barbershop, has also become a piece of history.

Rush making his mark

Freshman likely to become active career scoring leader

In what is partly a testament to Brandon Rush's ability and also a strong sign of Kansas University's youth, Rush, KU's freshman guard out of Kansas City, Mo., soon figures to become the Jayhawks' active career leading scorer.

These walls can talk - of KU sports

Dilapidated building overflowing with images of Jayhawk greats

The late Waldo "Bud" Monroe, a barber and campus police lieutenant, received enough pictures from Kansas University athletes over several decades for his own hall of fame.

Rush making his mark

In what is partly a testament to Brandon Rush's ability and also a strong sign of Kansas University's youth, Rush, KU's freshman guard out of Kansas City, Mo., soon figures to become the Jayhawks' active career leading scorer.