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Stories for January 15, 2009

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Early Morning

Border beatdown

Bitter memory sparks KU victory over MU

That bus droning out of Manhattan on Saturday night took only about 90 minutes to reach Lawrence. Unless you were most of the passengers — members of Kansas University’s women’s basketball team.

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Withey's welcome warm

Freshman praises Fieldhouse energy

All eyes, except those of Kansas State University’s basketball players and coaches, were glued to the Allen Fieldhouse videoboard prior to the introduction of Kansas University’s starting five Tuesday night.

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Border beatdown

Bitter memory sparks KU victory over MU

That bus droning out of Manhattan on Saturday night took only about 90 minutes to reach Lawrence. Unless you were most of the passengers — members of Kansas University’s women’s basketball team.

Woodland living the dream

It took all of one swing from his playing partner that day for Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self to know that he was in for a treat.

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Heisman winner Bradford stays at OU

Heisman Trophy winner Sam Bradford wasn’t ready to give up the life of a college quarterback — not without a national championship. The third-year sophomore quarterback will return to Oklahoma next season.

Bradford's return makes Red River even more intense

Sorrentino's lightning round

The return of Heisman quarterback Sam Bradford — who would have easily been a Top 10 NFL Draft pick — to Oklahoma was huge news on Wednesday for two reasons.