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Taylor welcomes family’s support

After each game last year, Tyshawn Taylor could always expect three or four missed cell-phone calls from his mother critiquing him on his play.

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Taylor welcomes family’s support

After each game last year, Tyshawn Taylor could always expect three or four missed cell-phone calls from his mother critiquing him on his play.

Kansas women's point guards selfless

Competitiveness in the pursuit of a defined goal doesn’t always breed mutual admiration.

Barbee’s career-low 64 paces KU men's golf

Nate Barbee’s career-best 64 on Monday helped the Kansas University men’s golf team rise six spots into a tie for ninth place entering the final round of the Herb Wimberly Intercollegiate.

KU football lands Fink

Ed Fink, a 6-foot-3, 220-pound linebacker from Althoff Catholic in Belleville, Ill., orally committed to play football at Kansas University, Rivals.com reported Monday.

Women’s golf tied for seventh

After two rounds, the Kansas University women’s golf team was tied for seventh on Monday at the Edwin Watts/Palmetto Intercollegiate.

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Logic? Throw it out the window in Big 12

Simple mathematics tell us that if “A” is greater than “B”, and “B” is greater than “C”, then “A” is most certainly greater than “C.” Unless, of course, you’re talking Big 12 college football.