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KU defeats Iowa State, 95-85

Five Jayhawks score in double figures

As if games inside Hilton Coliseum weren't hard enough to win already for Kansas University's basketball team inside the hostile arena in Ames, Iowa -- the Cyclones have decided a new uniform hue is just what they need to reclaim the "magic."

Freshman facts

Vital statistics on the youngest Jayhawks

Basketball notebook

Kansas coach Bill Self said freshman Julian Wright would make his second straight start today in place of Christian Moody. Wright started at Texas A&M. In that game, he played six minutes, failed to score and did not play in the second half.

Ex-Jayhawk Downs taps 'Zags

Micah Downs has decided to transfer to Gonzaga University.

Jayhawks rout Drury

Kansas University cruised past Drury, 157-70, in its final home swimming and diving meet of the season Friday to give coach Clark Campbell his 100th career victory.

On guard

Growing up in war-torn Serbia, basketball helped Ivana Catic escape. The Kansas University freshman since has evolved into a poised, confident young point guard for the Jayhawks

They couldn't speak her language. They didn't live in her country, nor were they able to go outside and play.

Kansas football ceremony today

Kansas University's football team will hold its annual awards ceremony at 7 tonight at the Lied Center. It's open to the public on a first-come, first-served basis, and there is no admission charge.

Wright the writer

KU freshman Julian Wright has so much creative energy, it spills off the basketball court and onto paper -- as poetry

Julian Wright's creativity does not stop on the basketball court. In fact, it's not even the place his imagination began.

Defending champ Bears await KU

Kansas women confident they'll bounce back from K-State loss

Erica Hallman believes in the resiliency of Kansas University's women's basketball team.

Tough enough

After a car accident claimed the life of his grandmother and seriously injured his mom, KU sophomore Darnell Jackson has found strength in faith, family and teammates

Darnell Jackson is a story of strength.

Baylor blows out KU women

Hallman reaches 1,000-point plateau

Kansas University's women's basketball team fell 90-40 to defending national champion Baylor University, Saturday at the Ferrell Center in Waco, Texas.

Tale of the tape

Keegan: Enjoy 'em now

Put predictions aside for KU's freshmen

Once upon a time, half the fun in watching talented freshman college basketball players came in closing your eyes and trying to peer into the future.

6News sports video: KU baseball's talent on the mound is predicted to be effective

KU baseball's talent on the mound is predicted to be effective. The strength of the baseball team has been hitting, but the action on the mound this season could be just as good. The pitching staff could do some major damage heading into the Big 12.

ISU's Stinson has Kansas' attention

Cyclones guard has scored 27 points in three straight contests entering today's game

Just like Missouri's Thomas Gardner, who dropped 40 on Kansas University's shell-shocked defense earlier this season, Iowa State's Curtis Stinson is capable of putting up points in a hurry.

ISU's Stinson has Kansas' attention

Cyclones guard has scored 27 points in three straight contests entering today's game

Just like Missouri's Thomas Gardner, who dropped 40 on Kansas University's shell-shocked defense earlier this season, Iowa State's Curtis Stinson is capable of putting up points in a hurry.

Down with Brown

Senior guard's gritty, tough temperament earns respect of Henrickson

Kaylee Brown staggered backward, dazed and in obvious pain after head-to-head contact with an opposing player.

Ex-Jayhawk Downs taps 'Zags

Micah Downs has decided to transfer to Gonzaga University.

Defending champ Bears await KU

Kansas women confident they'll bounce back from K-State loss

Erica Hallman believes in the resiliency of Kansas University's women's basketball team.

Semi-sweet

Free State rides defense into tournament finale

A strong defensive showing by the Free State High girls basketball team led to a last-second, 45-44 victory Friday over Kansas City Sumner Academy in a thrilling semifinal game at the Firebird Winter Classic.

Mayer: Dipper's record will stand

Hilton not so horrific

Cyclones have lost four home games already this year

Hilton Coliseum's reputation as one of the toughest places in the country for opponents to play has taken a hit this season.