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Making merry

Kansas pulls away, ensures jolly break

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self had a message for the 200 or so fans who lined the northwest tunnel of Allen Fieldhouse seeking autographs a half hour after Tuesday night’s 84-69 victory over California.

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KU football reportedly adds assistant

Darrell Wyatt, currently the associate head coach/offensive coordinator at Southern Mississippi, is expected to join new Kansas University football coach Turner Gill's staff in the coming days, according to Rivals.com.

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Gary Bedore’s KU basketball notebook

Lawrence natives have made life plenty miserable for California’s Golden Bears.

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Lie inspires Marcus

Marcus Morris admits he was inspired by a lie.

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Making merry

Kansas pulls away, ensures jolly break

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self had a message for the 200 or so fans who lined the northwest tunnel of Allen Fieldhouse seeking autographs a half hour after Tuesday night’s 84-69 victory over California.

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California comes close

For a short while Tuesday night, it looked like California might be the team to snap the Kansas University men’s basketball team’s streak of 48 consecutive home victories.

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Taylor continues his hot streak

Kansas sophomore guard Tyshawn Taylor, an excitable sort, said he walked into the locker room after a most impressive 84-69 Tuesday night victory against California and proudly proclaimed, “I didn’t have any turnovers again.”

McCray has career day as KU women rip Houston

Danielle McCray made 17 of 22 shots and scored a career-high 37 points to propel No. 21-ranked Kansas University past Houston, 89-69, in women’s basketball Tuesday night in Hofheinz Pavilion.