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Kaun enjoys life in Russia

Former KU center back in town for camp

Sasha Kaun is living the good life back in his native Russia. In his first season as a member of the tradition-rich CSKA Moscow team, the 24-year-old former Kansas University basketball center received the following...

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Thomas’ 33 points lead alumni to victory

Billy Thomas saw no need to talk any trash — or even pump his fist — during a remarkable 33-point explosion that carried Kansas University’s alumni team to a 67-52 victory over the current Jayhawks on Wednesday at Horejsi Center.

Morningstar out 4-6 weeks with stress fracture

Kansas University junior basketball guard Brady Morningstar had surgery Tuesday to repair a stress fracture in the fifth metatarsal of his right foot.

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Two KU baseball players drafted

Narodowski taken in 15th round by Arizona; Hall selected in 25th round by Yankees

On Wednesday, the second day of the 2009 Major League Baseball amateur draft, Kansas University shortstop David Narodowski learned of his professional fate much the way baseball fans across the country did — by calling up MLB.com’s live draft tracker and watching the drama play out one pick at a time.

KU releases 2010 football schedule

A non-conference home game against Georgia Tech is one of the highlights of the 2010 Kansas football schedule released Wednesday by the university.

June's hot topics

Notes, more notes and a few comments while wondering how many autographs Bill Self signs annually. …

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Royals select Mizzou's Crow

With the 12th overall pick in the baseball draft Tuesday night, Kansas City took pitcher Aaron Crow, who grew up in Kansas, played for Missouri and loves the Royals.

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Kaun enjoys life in Russia

Former KU center back in town for camp

Sasha Kaun is living the good life back in his native Russia. In his first season as a member of the tradition-rich CSKA Moscow team, the 24-year-old former Kansas University basketball center received the following...

Gary Bedore's KU Basketball Notebook

KU’s Sherron Collins (ankle sprain) and Travis Releford (skin irritation) may not play in today’s Bill Self camp game between current and former players.

Ex-KU golfers compete in U.S. Open qualifying

Former Kansas University golfers Chris Thompson and Ryan Vermeer also advanced to the sectional portion of U.S. Open qualifying on Monday, along with ex-Jayhawk Gary Woodland.