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FINAL: Collins ties career-high with 26 points as Jayhawks take down Cyclones, 82-67

Kansas guard Sherron Collins scored 18 in the first half in KU's second road win.

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Kansas women fall to Kansas State

Freshman Sutherland steps up in Jayhawks’ 59-50 setback

Kansas State beat Kansas, 59-50, Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.

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FINAL: Collins ties career-high with 26 points as Jayhawks take down Cyclones, 82-67

Kansas guard Sherron Collins scored 18 in the first half in KU's second road win.

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KU seeking to eliminate Hilton Magic

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self has had better luck than his mentor in Hilton Coliseum, home of the Iowa State Cyclones. So far, at least

KU soccer player Cressy honored

Kansas University freshman soccer player Emily Cressy has been selected as the Female Athlete of the Year by the USA Deaf Sports Federation for 2008.

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Experience stands out with new LB’s coach

Only seven days after being named linebackers coach and co-defensive coordinator for the Kansas University football team — just a week since he arrived in Lawrence from his previous post at Louisville — Bill Miller was already bustling about the Anderson Family Football Complex with authority.

Kansas women get early start

Brunch with Bonnie I worked out nicely. But Brunch with Bonnie II looms as more difficult.

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Cyclones offense struggling

Greg McDermott has had a full week to work on Iowa State’s biggest weakness: offense.

KU great Sayers to be honored

Former Kansas University All-American and Pro Football Hall of Famer Gale Sayers has been chosen for induction into the John McLendon Minority Athletics Administrators Hall of Fame.