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FINAL: Marcus Morris scores career-high 19 points in KU's 89-59 win over Oakland

Marcus Morris contributed a double-double, and Xavier Henry also added 19 points as the Jayhawks improved to 4-0.

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Stay or leave? It's business as usual for Mangino in wake of probe

Given the events of the past few days, the question posed to embattled Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino five minutes into his Tuesday meeting with the media seemed relevant enough.

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FINAL: Marcus Morris scores career-high 19 points in KU's 89-59 win over Oakland

Marcus Morris contributed a double-double, and Xavier Henry also added 19 points as the Jayhawks improved to 4-0.

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Bashing or battle? Oakland hoping for latter at Fieldhouse

There are those who view tonight’s Kansas University-Oakland men’s basketball game as a huge mismatch.

George, Goodrich genuine

If you don’t give a hoot about women’s basketball, shift your eyes to the latest update on Mark Mangino twisting in the Lew Perkins wind … if you haven’t already.

KU grad students host Frederick tribute

In honor of former Kansas University athletic director Bob Frederick, the Health, Sport and Exercise Science graduate students at KU hosted a 3-on-3 tournament and celebration last Saturday at Robinson Gymnasium.

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KU volleyball sweeps Texas Tech

Total domination with a soft side. That best described the scene Tuesday at Horejsi Family Athletics Center, where the Kansas University volleyball team swept Texas Tech on Senior Night — 25-8, 25-15 and 25-10 — and did so with plenty of smiles during the match and a few heartfelt thank you’s during the senior speeches at the end.

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Stay or leave? It's business as usual for Mangino in wake of probe

Given the events of the past few days, the question posed to embattled Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino five minutes into his Tuesday meeting with the media seemed relevant enough.

KU football places 15 on Academic All-Big 12

The Kansas football team placed 15 players on the Academic All-Big 12 team on Tuesday.

Dugan Arnett’s KU football notebook

Kansas Board of Regents vice chair Gary Sherrer said Tuesday that — as long as it’s carried out in a fair and thorough manner — he supports Kansas University’s ongoing investigation into the actions of football coach Mark Mangino.