Stories for March 24, 2006


Lead stories

6Sports video: Tennis team to serve up doubleheader

The Jayhawks are taking a two match winning streak into a Saturday doubleheader at home.

6Sports video: Poor field conditions postpone KU game

The Jayhawks will have to wait an extra bit to meet Nebraska thanks to wintery weather, but the delay will not be long enough to get a couple of injured 'Hawks back in the lineup.

'Zags collapse; Bruins advance

Adam Morrison was spread out on the floor in tears while UCLA players danced in celebration around him.

UT wins at buzzer

Duke done; 'Horns elite

Kenton Paulino beat West Virginia at its own game, hitting a three-pointer as time expired to give Texas a 74-71 victory over the Mountaineers on Thursday night in the third round of the NCAA Tournament.

LSU, 'Big Baby' send Blue Devils packing

Duke done; 'Horns elite

No need for LSU and Big Baby to cry in this NCAA Tournament. The Tigers left the tears for J.J. Redick.

Patriots, Shockers relish tourney run

Laughing all the way, George Mason coach Jim Larranaga is having a grand ol' time at the NCAA Tournament.

Woodling: KU not hog wild for series

Boy, am I relieved. Now that the Kansas Legislature is well on its way to passing a law to ban the hunting of undomesticated pigs, we can all breathe easier because we'll no longer have to worry about porkers poking into our petunias.

K-State taps controversial Huggins

Bob Huggins is apologizing to no one. "I don't think I'm a bad guy," he deadpanned.

MU search committee drops three

Link, Sundvold, Moccia told they're not needed to find Snyder's replacement as coach

Three members of a committee looking for a new men's basketball coach at Missouri reportedly have been told their services are no longer needed.

KU rowing canceled

Kansas University rowing's dual Thursday against SMU was canceled because of high winds on White Rock Lake in Dallas. The match will not be rescheduled. The Jayhawks still will travel Saturday to Austin, Texas, to take on Texas.

KU baseball postponed; twinbill slated Saturday

Because of inclement weather, tonight's scheduled Kansas University-Nebraska baseball game has been postponed.

Self says Huggins good for KSU

New Kansas State basketball coach Bob Huggins held his introductory news conference Thursday in Bramlage Coliseum, jokingly referred to as "Allen Fieldhouse West."