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Feeding post a problem for KU

It’d be easy to heap all the blame on 6-foot-11 Kansas University center Cole Aldrich for failing to score in the first half of Wednesday’s game against under-sized Nebraska.It’d also be wrong to do so.

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KU baseball player answers to charges related to incident outside Lawrence bar

A Kansas University baseball player will be placed on diversion for an incident outside a Lawrence bar, a city prosecutor said Friday.

Aldrich did break nose versus Nebraska

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self on Friday said sophomore center Cole Aldrich broke his nose in Wednesday’s game at Nebraska.

KU track and field names team captains

Kansas University track and field coach Stanley Redwine on Thursday announced his 2009 team captains: Lauren Bonds, Sha’Ray Butler, Kelsey Erb, and Charity Stowers will lead the women, while Jordan Scott, Ryan Hays and Eric Fattig will lead the men.

Mid-range shot used too little

In college basketball, is the mid-range shot under-taught, under-used or under-demanded by coaches?

Magazine honors three KU soccer players

Kansas forward Emily Cressy was named a Freshman All-American, and was one of three Jayhawks named to the All-Central Region team by Soccer Buzz magazine on Thursday.

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Feeding post a problem for KU

It’d be easy to heap all the blame on 6-foot-11 Kansas University center Cole Aldrich for failing to score in the first half of Wednesday’s game against under-sized Nebraska.It’d also be wrong to do so.