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Pick-up games provide glimpses of Xavier Henry

There are days Kansas University freshman Xavier Henry dominates pick-up games contested in the Jayhawks’ new basketball practice facility.

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Fracas sends KU guard Tyshawn Taylor to hospital

Source says Taylor hurt in skirmish with football players

Kansas University sophomore basketball guard Tyshawn Taylor was involved — and injured — in an incident that broke out in front of Burge Union on the KU campus shortly after 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, a source confirmed Tuesday night.

KU officials mum on any changes they're making after feds issue terror alert for sports stadiums

No particular venues named; KU mum on security changes

Kansas University police officials aren’t saying whether there will be any noticeable change in security during Saturday's football game at Memorial Stadium, after a national security warning was issued Monday regarding potential terrorist attacks at stadiums.

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Local elementary students get visit from Jayhawk basketball players

Advice on healthy eating teamed with exercise, autograph session

Several members of the Kansas University men’s basketball team — junior center Cole Aldrich, senior guard Mario Little and sophomore guard Jordan Juenemann — dropped in on physical education classes at Sunset Hill School to make sure the students understand that healthy eating and exercise make for a great game plan.

KU soccer player Morris honored

Kansas junior Rachel Morris has been named to the TopDrawerSoccer.com’s National Women’s Team of the Week.

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First impressions

Pick-up games provide glimpses of Xavier Henry

There are days Kansas University freshman Xavier Henry dominates pick-up games contested in the Jayhawks’ new basketball practice facility.

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RB Lewis could see time against Southern Miss

With the availability of injured running back Jake Sharp uncertain, Kansas University coach Mark Mangino said Monday that third-string back Rell Lewis likely would see an increased role in Saturday’s game against visiting Southern Mississippi.

Dugan Arnett’s KU football notebook

It took about five minutes for Kansas to suffer its first deficit of the season Saturday, as Duke quarterback Thaddeus Lewis ran for a 21-yard score on the Blue Devils’ second offensive play of the game.

Payne to visit Oct. 31

Adreian Payne, a 6-foot-10, 215-pound senior center from Jefferson High School in Dayton, Ohio, will make his official basketball recruiting visit to Kansas University the weekend of Oct. 31.

Self clinic Oct. 23-24

Bill Self’s annual basketball coaches’ clinic will be held Oct. 23-24 in Allen Fieldhouse.

KU’s Barbee leads at Colbert Hills

Kansas golfer Nate Barbee fired a first-round 69, landing atop the leaderboard Monday at the rain-shortened Jim Colbert Intercollegiate at Colbert Hills Golf Course.