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Appleton called on at KSU

Kansas coach Bill Self called on reserve Tyrone Appleton early against Kansas State.

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Rivalry run-ins

Reed: K-State’s Clemente shouldn’t be punished for hit

Kansas University guard Tyrel Reed, who was the recipient of a head slap by Kansas State's Denis Clemente while boxing out the Wildcat guard in Saturday's KU-K-State game, doesn't want to see Clemente disciplined for the sock to the side of his head.

KU coach focusing on Iowa State, not KSU guard's actions

Kansas State guard Denis Clemente elbowed Kansas University’s Brady Morningstar in a way Saturday that drew a technical foul and helped to turn Saturday’s Big 12 game in KU’s direction.

KU ranked 18th in coaches' poll, 15th in AP; MU leaps to 10th, 11th

After splitting games at Missouri and Kansas State last week, the Kansas men's basketball team fell from 16th to 18th in the latest ESPN/USA Today coaches' poll.

Lower women's standards

Oklahoma, the No. 2 women’s basketball team in the nation, coached by marquee attraction Sherri Coale, made its biennial appearance in Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday night, and one night later, nobody could be heard talking about it in public. Courtney Paris, one of women’s college basketball’s biggest stars, came and went without a murmur about her.

Kansas’ Bonds qualifies for NCAA Indoor

Kansas' Lauren Bonds placed fifth in the mile at the ISU Classic.

KU notches one-hitter in finale

Val George threw a five-inning one-hitter as Kansas University pounded Bowling Green, 9-0.

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Ready & willing

Appleton called on at KSU

Kansas coach Bill Self called on reserve Tyrone Appleton early against Kansas State.