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Longhorns roll over embattled KU

Mark Mangino could have used a break Saturday night.

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Sade Morris scores career-high 26 points in KU women's 77-66 win over Michigan

Sade Morris scored a career-high 26 points, leading the Kansas women to a 77-66 victory over Michigan on Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse.

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KU running back Opurum out against Missouri

Kansas University running back Toben Opurum will miss next Saturday's regular-season finale against Missouri due to injury, coach Mark Mangino said Sunday night.

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Longhorns roll over embattled KU

Mark Mangino could have used a break Saturday night.

Huskers sweep KU volleyball

With a chance to send one more message to the NCAA volleyball tournament selection committee before the end of the regular season, the Kansas Jayhawks were swept by No. 9 Nebraska in three sets Saturday at the Horejsi Family Athletics Center.

KU football kicker: ‘Stay slow, stay balanced’

We’ve all heard the kicker jokes, maybe even been the source of one or two ourselves, but kicking a football through the uprights is much more difficult that it looks. Kickers make it look easy.

Game balls and gassers

Candidates for game balls and gassers, Nov. 21 at Texas

Michigan not playing like cellar dweller

No. 19 Jayhawks to face Wolverines today

Was Michigan University really picked to finish last in the Big 10 Conference preseason women’s basketball poll?

KU coach kinder, gentler

A kinder, gentler Mark Mangino watched from the sideline as his team was overwhelmed by Texas talent, 51-20, Saturday night in front of 101,357 witnesses who can’t give Lori Williams anything interesting for her investigative report.

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Kansas’ Taylor bounces back from ‘freak night’

Kansas University sophomore guard Tyshawn Taylor, who committed a career-high seven turnovers in Tuesday’s narrow victory over Memphis, bounced back to play an error-free game Thursday against Central Arkansas.

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Brown lauds KU’s Mangino

‘Mark’s won a lot’

Texas coach Mack Brown admits he doesn’t know Kansas University coach Mark Mangino that well. He also doesn’t know many of the circumstances surrounding KU’s investigation of Mangino in the last week.