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Stories for January 20, 2009

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Early Morning

Little livin’ large

Forward dedicates performance to grandma

Mario Little wishes he could have attended his beloved grandmother Hazel’s 83rd birthday party Sunday at Rosemont Community Hospital on Chicago’s south side.

Evening

FINAL: Little scores 15 as Jayhawks rout Aggies, 73-53

Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich each added 16 points in KU's win over Texas A&M.

Stories

Jayhawk softball team prepares for spring

The weather might not seem like prime softball temperatures, but that's not stopping the Jayhawks from getting a head start on the spring.

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Ex-KU coordinator Young headed to Oklahoma State

Oklahoma State head football coach Mike Gundy announced the hiring of former KU defensive coordinator Bill Young as the Cowboys' defensive coordinator on Tuesday.

Locklin named KU defensive line coach

Kerry Locklin will be the new Kansas defensive line coach, KU coach Mark Mangino announced Tuesday. With the hiring of Locklin, KU has completed its coaching staff for next season.

Pitt roughs up Syracuse, 78-60

Pittsburgh went through more than half a season without losing, then faced the realistic possibility of losing twice in three days.

Pieces falling in place

College basketball fans’ expectations lean heavily toward the optimistic in the offseason. The more players a fan base hasn’t seen, it seems, the higher the expectations soar.

Morris’ status doubtful for Jayhawk women

Sade Morris, second-leading scorer on Kansas University’s women’s basketball team, is listed as day-to-day after suffering a concussion in Saturday night’s game against Texas Tech.

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Little livin’ large

Forward dedicates performance to grandma

Mario Little wishes he could have attended his beloved grandmother Hazel’s 83rd birthday party Sunday at Rosemont Community Hospital on Chicago’s south side.

Kansas basketball notebook

News and notes from KU's victory over the Aggies.

Fans, at least, kind to Turgeon

Mark Turgeon’s first trip back to Lawrence as a head coach was going splendidly until the game tipped off.

Marcus finds his spot

Freshman favors straight-on threes

Marcus Morris’ secret is out. “I like shooting from the top of the key — I don’t know why,” the freshman forward said. “It’s just straight on. I’ve got a better chance of making it.”