Stories for October 16, 2009


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Live from Allen Fieldhouse: Late Night in the Phog

Welcome to the 25th Late Night in the Phog, live from Allen Fieldhouse.

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Live from Allen Fieldhouse: Late Night in the Phog

Welcome to the 25th Late Night in the Phog, live from Allen Fieldhouse.

Brady Morningstar's court appearance in DUI case rescheduled to Nov. 19

KU player applies for diversion in DUI case

Kansas University standout Brady Morningstar will no longer appear this afternoon in Douglas County District Court on charges stemming from his recent arrest of driving under the influence, the court said. staff’s Week 7 college football picks

The following are the Journal-World/6Sports staffers’ picks for Week 6 of the college football season.

No. 2 recruit to be in stands tonight

The No. 2-ranked basketball player in the high school recruiting Class of 2010 will be in the stands for tonight’s Late Night in the Phog.

Robinson has right mind-set

The funniest lines usually are delivered with straight face and serious tone, and that’s how Kansas basketball coach Bill Self communicated his best quip Thursday during Media Day.

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Gary Bedore’s KU basketball notebook

Kansas University junior guard Brady Morningstar, who issued a written apology to fans following his arrest on suspicion of driving while intoxicated, on Thursday reiterated he’s sorry for his actions.

Guard Kohn a star during Late Night

Too often, Late Night skit participants look like basketball players trying to come off as show-business performers and in the process look like, well, basketball players.

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Reesing has had success against Colorado

By now, it’s as well known to Kansas University football fans as the nickname “Sparky,” the gunslinger antics or the story about the undersized, overlooked quarterback from Texas getting a chance in the Land of Oz.

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Wright, Chalmers reunite in K.C.

There was a good chance the plan would end up blowing up in his face, but once the Kansas University men’s basketball team advanced to the 2008 national championship game against Memphis, Julian Wright really had no choice but to attend.

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Last chance

KU guard Collins excited for senior season

Sherron Collins — who moved out of Jayhawker Towers into an off-campus apartment for his senior year at Kansas University — has a new roommate. That’d be his mother, Stacey.

Memories from 24 Late Nights

Last year at this time, I commented on — OK I bragged about — the fact yours truly is believed to be the only person to have attended all 24 season-opening Late Nights in Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas women aim for NCAA Tourney

McCray-led Jayhawks made WNIT run last season

Those who believe Kansas University’s women’s basketball program turned the corner last season may be correct.

Remember when: a look back to ‘85

Larry Brown was no visionary back in 1985 when he hosted the first Late Night in Kansas University history.

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Late Night wowed prep Johnson

It’s safe to say no high school recruit ever has been more impressed with Kansas University’s Late Night in the Phog than Las Vegas Cheyenne High’s Elijah Johnson.