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Henrys stick with KU

Xavier and C.J. Henry will remain members of Kansas University’s basketball program.

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Self confident Henrys will attend Kansas

Kansas coach Bill Self confirmed Wednesday afternoon that the Henry brothers remain committed to KU.

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Henrys stick with KU

Xavier and C.J. Henry will remain members of Kansas University’s basketball program.

Integrity at issue, not ability

Once a college basketball player signs a letter of intent, he can’t sign another, even if he is released by a school from the obligations of that letter. At that point, all a school can bank on is a recruit’s word.

Randall retires from KU athletics

After 30 years, Ross Randall announced his retirement from Kansas University's athletic department.

Stephenson picks Cincinnati

Lance Stephenson finally has found a college he can call home.

Ex-Jayhawk earns mound honor

Ex-Jayhawk Ryan Knippschild was named Northern League pitcher of the week.

In wake of audit, KSU reconsiders improvements to athletic facilities

Faced with a struggling economy and a scathing athletic department financial audit, Kansas State University is re-evaluating a planned $70 million upgrade of athletic facilities. New athletic director John Currie told university faculty and students during a Monday forum that the projects have not been eliminated but are on hold pending the review.

Sampson’s appeal denied

The NCAA is finished with the latest Kelvin Sampson saga. The NCAA on Tuesday rejected an appeal from the former Indiana basketball coach, who was slapped with five years of potential penalties for taking part in more than 100 impermissible calls to recruits while coaching the Hoosiers.