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Stories for April 25, 2009

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Afternoon

KU baseball game postponed to Sunday

Saturday night's Kansas University baseball game against Nebraska has been postponed. The two teams will play a double header Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. at Hoglund Ballpark.

Morning

Holt, Colts seem like perfect match

Indianapolis Colts draft decision maker Bill Polian, have I got a player for you. His name is James Holt.

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KU baseball game postponed to Sunday

Saturday night's Kansas University baseball game against Nebraska has been postponed. The two teams will play a double header Sunday beginning at 11 a.m. at Hoglund Ballpark.

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Holt, Colts seem like perfect match

Indianapolis Colts draft decision maker Bill Polian, have I got a player for you. His name is James Holt.

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Holt staying even-keeled as NFL Draft approaches

One mock draft has Jayhawk linebacker slated as sixth-round selection

James Holt already knows what will be on his mind Sunday during the second day of the NFL Draft: samurais.

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Embarrassed at home

Jayhawks lose four-run lead, commit six errors in loss to Huskers

The general perception heading into Friday night’s Kansas University baseball game at Hoglund Ballpark was that the Nebraska Cornhuskers were down.

C.J. Henry talented, too

Carl Henry laughed after learning his son, C.J., would be a sophomore, not a freshman, at Kansas University next season.

No stunts needed by ‘Dippy’

Barbdip13. How could there be a more appropriate e-mail handle for the devoted sister of the late Wilt Chamberlain?

Bonds leads KU track

Lauren Bonds highlighted the Kansas University track and field team performances Friday at the Drake Relays in Des Moines, Iowa, placing sixth in the 800 meters with a time of 2:12.00.

KU, Baylor slated for softball twinbill

With thunderstorms forecast for Sunday, Kansas University’s weekend softball series with Baylor has been amended.

KU golf in fourth place

Junior Meghan Gockel shot a two-over-par 75 on Friday to lead the Kansas University women's golf team to fourth place after round one at the Big 12 Championship.