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Self discusses lineup after suspension of Morningstar

Some folks have speculated that the first-semester suspension of returning starter Brady Morningstar means a certain slot in the lineup for highly acclaimed Kansas University basketball freshman Xavier Henry.

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Markieff Morris involved in non-injury accident driving teammate's car

According to a Lawrence Police accident report, Kansas University basketball player Markieff Morris was involved in a two-vehicle accident last month while driving a Chevrolet Tahoe registered to former KU basketball player Scot Pollard. Both Pollard and KU associate athletic director Jim Marchiony said Wednesday that Pollard in fact did not own the vehicle driven by Morris.

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Oklahoma State WR Bryant ineligible

All-America wide receiver Dez Bryant has been ruled ineligible by Oklahoma State, four days before the 15th-ranked Cowboys' first Big 12 game.

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Danielle McCray named Big 12 preseason player of the year

Kansas senior Danielle McCray has been selected as the Big 12's women's basketball Preseason Player of the Year in a vote of the league's coaches.

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Open-door policy

Self discusses lineup after suspension of Morningstar

Some folks have speculated that the first-semester suspension of returning starter Brady Morningstar means a certain slot in the lineup for highly acclaimed Kansas University basketball freshman Xavier Henry.

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Jayhawks not taking Cyclones for granted

In the opinion of coach Mark Mangino, his Kansas University football team in the early stages of last season was akin to a petulant child in need of some good, old-fashioned disciplining.

Mangino calm, collected

They thought they were walking into an eardrum-assaulting Motorhead concert, and what they instead got was elevator music.

KU women golfers 10th

Emily Powers shot a 231 to place 24th individually, and the Kansas University women’s golf team placed 10th Tuesday at the Johnie Imes Invitational.

Dugan Arnett’s KU football notebook

As recently as Monday, Kansas University football coach Mark Mangino seemed confident that injured running back Jake Sharp, the Big 12’s second-leading rusher before the setback, would be ready to go in the 16th-ranked Jayhawks’ matchup with visiting Iowa State on Saturday.