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Disappearing ‘D’

Saints score at will, throw scare into KU

Unranked Siena simply shredded Kansas University’s always-proud defense on Tuesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

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A grand outing

McCray joins 1,000-point club

Danielle McCray scored a team-high 16 points, helping the Kansas women defeat Fairfield, 80-60, in the Jayhawks' final non-conference game.

Faculty, athletics department evaluating how faculty receive football season tickets

A committee at Kansas University is studying ways to institute a faculty football ticket policy that could allocate seats in a similar fashion to the faculty basketball seats.

Oklahoma State crushes Centenary

Andrea Riley scored 31 points to lead Oklahoma State.

Heart-to-heart talk helps KU’s Sutherland

Not long after her Kansas University women’s basketball team returned from winter break, coach Bonnie Henrickson decided it was probably a good time to have a talk with forward Aishah Sutherland.

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Disappearing ‘D’

Saints score at will, throw scare into KU

Unranked Siena simply shredded Kansas University’s always-proud defense on Tuesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

Saints done in by big run

First-half surge dooms Siena to 91-84 setback

For 31⁄2 minutes of Tuesday’s road matchup with Kansas University, the Siena men’s basketball team looked like a world-beater.

Texas falls to Arkansas

A recap of Big 12 men's basketball action.

Spartans’ streak hits 8

Michigan State stops Ohio State

A recap of Top 25 men's basketball action.

Kansas basketball notebook

News and notes from KU's victory over Siena.

Aldrich prevents ORU II

Marchello Vealy appeared Tuesday night at Allen Fieldhouse in the body of Siena’s Clarence Jackson, and suddenly the game that was in the bag became the game that threatened the long homecourt winning streak.

Reed finds range

Sophomore scores career-high 14

Even when he was slumping, Tyrel Reed wasn’t bumming.