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Jayhawks rally past Sooners

A 16-point deficit was no barrier for Kansas, which put things together to beat Oklahoma in the final seconds.

Hallman delivers in Kansas victory

After dropping three straight, the Kansas women's team desperately needed a win Saturday against Iowa State. And with five seconds left, senior Erica Hallman delivered with a free-throw to seal the win.

KU completes improbable comeback

Jayhawks rally from 16 down to win, 59-58

Kansas completed an improbable comeback, rallying from 16 points down with 10 minutes to go to steal a 59-58 victory over No. 18 Sooners at Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday.

KU announces funding for football facility

Project to be complete by July 2008

There is a bigger game waiting to be played in Allen Fieldhouse, not to mention tonight's annual pigskin spectacular, but Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino said Sunday was a "super day" because of the announcement of KU's new football facility.

Determined Hallman KU's hero

Senior's aggressive drive - and subsequent free throw - lifts Jayhawks

It took theatrics, but Erica Hallman made sure to get the job done in the final seconds of Saturday's game against Iowa State in Allen Fieldhouse.

KU baseball squad splits with Hawaii-Hilo

The Kansas University baseball team couldn't overcome a six-run deficit Saturday, falling to Hawaii-Hilo, 8-6, to close the teams' season-opening five-game series.

Green's return will be 'weird'

Former Kansas aide now on Sampson's OU bench

Jerry Green, who spent four successful seasons sitting next to best buddy Roy Williams on Kansas University's basketball bench in tradition-rich Allen Fieldhouse, today will experience the other side.

Jayhawks ready to bruise it up

Super Bowl Sunday isn't all about football. Not in hoops-crazed Kansas, anyhow.

Tale of the tape

Jayhawks (14-6, 5-2)

Keegan: KU fate decided in paint

Kansas University's most productive, most consistent, most entertaining three players start on the perimeter.

Green's return will be 'weird'

Jerry Green, who spent four successful seasons sitting next to best buddy Roy Williams on Kansas University's basketball bench in tradition-rich Allen Fieldhouse, today will experience the other side.

Determined Hallman KU's hero

It took theatrics, but Erica Hallman made sure to get the job done in the final seconds of Saturday's game against Iowa State in Allen Fieldhouse.