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Wildcat zone spells trouble for KU

The KU men couldn't find an answer for the K-State zone Saturday. The result? A 59-55 upset that ended the 31-game winning streak against the Wildcats.

Jayhawks face first home loss

The first 12 games of the season were very kind to the KU women's basketball team. But the last two away from Allen Fieldhouse have been a different story, and the return home didn't do much to help.

Kansas women lose third straight

Despite 27 points from Kemp, KU falls for first time at home

Kansas University's Crystal Kemp fell a point shy of a new career-high, scoring 27 points and grabbing nine rebounds in 40 minutes of action Sunday. Fellow senior Kaylee Brown did set a new career mark with 20 points. But neither of the Jayhawk seniors' big days could help Kansas from dropping its third straight game as KU fell 78-64 to Texas A&M at Allen Fieldhouse.

Wildcats go wild after win

More than 30 minutes after Kansas State's basketball team stunned a predominantly pro-Kansas University crowd at Allen Fieldhouse, the southwest corner of the old barn kept rockin'.

So long, streak

KU's dominance over K-State comes to end

As hard as it is for Kansas University's basketball players, coaches and fans to believe ... the streak is dead. Long live the streak.

Keegan: Rush, KU still learning

He had just played 39 minutes and experienced the toughest loss of his life, and Brandon Rush did what he always does afterward. He stood up and answered every question without pointing a finger of blame.

Say so long to bragging rights, 31-game streak for Jayhawks

Can it be? 'Cats beat KU in Lawrence

Kansas University fans grumbled on the way back to their cars Saturday afternoon.

'Athletic' Aggies next test for KU women

Four days ago, Texas A&M's women's basketball team dismantled Kansas State. Now it's Kansas University's turn to try to slow the surging Aggies.

6Sports video: Jayhawks upset at fieldhouse

A 31-game winning streak over in-state rivals the Wildcats was broken Saturday as Kansas fell in an upset at home.

'Athletic' Aggies next test for KU women

Four days ago, Texas A&M's women's basketball team dismantled Kansas State. Now it's Kansas University's turn to try to slow the surging Aggies.

Jayhawks shocked

'They are taking it real tough'

A rare loss to Kansas State had Kansas University's basketball players feeling mighty low Saturday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse.

'Tired' KU sharp enough

From start to finish, Jayhawks thump NU

A tired Kansas University women's swimming and diving team sprung back from last year's loss at Nebraska, drowning the Cornhuskers, 176-124, on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.

Notebook

Kansas University freshman Julian Wright played just 11 minutes, scoring two points.

'Tired' KU sharp enough

From start to finish, Jayhawks thump NU

A tired Kansas University women's swimming and diving team sprung back from last year's loss at Nebraska, drowning the Cornhuskers, 176-124, on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.