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Chamber not paying for canceled banquet

The Lawrence Chamber of Commerce hasn't acceded to Kansas Athletics Inc.'s request for as much as $6,400 to cover the department's costs associated with canceling a postseason basketball banquet at the Lawrence Holidome. And chamber leaders don't intend to, either.

NU nudges K-State

OSU too tough for Baylor

Jake Opitz had three RBIs, including a two-run homer that helped seal Nebraska's 5-2 victory over Kansas State in the Big 12 Conference baseball tournament on Friday.

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New deal for Mangino in works

Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino signed a five-year contract in 2006 which paid him $1.5 million per year. Nobody knew at the time that it'd take just one special season to outdate it.

KU recruiting class ranked No. 2 in land

Kansas University's seven-man basketball recruiting class of 2008 has been ranked No. 2 in the country by Rivals.com.