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A good start

Sutherland, Goodrich carry KU

Two Jayhawks making their first starts — Aishah Sutherland and Angel Goodrich — stole the show as KU punctured Pittsburg State, 86-56, in an exhibition game in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Releford, Little to sit out exhibition game

Both players will sit out while considering red shirts

There was as much discussion Monday about who wouldn’t be playing in tonight’s Kansas University-Fort Hays State exhibition basketball game as who would be debuting for the Jayhawks.

KU-Nebraska to kick off at 2:30 p.m. on Nov. 14

Game will be televised on ABC

The Kansas-Nebraska football game on Nov. 14 will kick off at 2:30 p.m. and will be televised on ABC, the Big 12 announced Monday.

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Two of a kind

Collins, Aldrich named preseason first-team All-Americans

Cole Aldrich and Sherron Collins, who last month were named the Big 12’s co-preseason basketball players of the year, shared another huge honor Monday.

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Mangino: Reesing will start Saturday

Kansas University quarterback Todd Reesing, who was benched in the fourth quarter of Saturday's 42-21 loss to Texas Tech, will start this weekend in the Jayhawks’ road game against Kansas State, KU coach Mark Mangino said Monday.

Meier could be answer

If Todd Reesing doesn’t show enough in practice to prove he’s fully healthy, then the right choice for QB, obviously, is senior receiver Kerry Meier.

Big 12 men’s hoops more than just Big 3

Here’s a look at the Big 12 men's basketball teams that weren’t ranked, but at least received votes.

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A good start

Sutherland, Goodrich carry KU

Two Jayhawks making their first starts — Aishah Sutherland and Angel Goodrich — stole the show as KU punctured Pittsburg State, 86-56, in an exhibition game in Allen Fieldhouse.

Recruit Knight enjoys visit to KU

Brandon Knight, a 6-foot-3 senior basketball point guard from Pine Crest High School in Ft. Lauderdale, Fla., completed his official recruiting visit to Kansas University on Sunday morning.