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Recruiting focus today on Knight, likely Kentucky-bound

The first day of college basketball’s spring signing period figures to be a quiet one for Kansas University’s basketball program, which hopes to receive some good news later in the week regarding prospects Josh Selby and/or Doron Lamb.

Season in review: Aldrich, Collins named co-MVPs at KU men's basketball banquet

Kansas University’s Cole Aldrich and Sherron Collins were named co-winners of the Danny Manning/Mr. Jayhawk Award for the second-straight year at KU’s season-ending men’s basketball banquet Monday night at the Holidome.

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Brandon Knight picks Kentucky

As expected, Florida prep Brandon Knight announced for Kentucky this afternoon.

Relays on tap today

The 2010 Kansas Relays officially begins today with first-day heptathlon and decathlon events, to run from 10 a.m. until 4:30 p.m. at Memorial Stadium.

KU baseball edges Missouri State

Freshman Thomas Taylor struck out a career-high eight batters, and the Kansas University baseball team swept the season series from Missouri State with a 6-4 victory on Tuesday at Hammons Field.

Celebrity antes up for charity

Diseases of the brain seldom seem to inspire philanthropists to the same degree as those of the body. Maybe that’s because nobody likes to feel sad, and thinking about them triggers that emotion even more intensely than many chronic physical disorders.

KU’s Henrickson adds two aides

Tory Verdi and Chester Nichols are the newest members of the Kansas University women’s basketball coaching staff.

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Baylor’s Udoh declares for draft

Ekpe Udoh is entering his name into the NBA Draft, but still could return for his senior season at Baylor. Udoh hasn’t hired an agent and still could play for the Bears if he withdraws his name from the draft by May 8.

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Perkins game for dealing with adversity

KU athletic director is candid during interview at Dole

Rest assured, Lew Perkins is looking forward to the end of a federal investigation and the completion of an independent review into the operations of his ticket office and Williams Educational Fund — and not just because he’s embarrassed or because he holds himself accountable.

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Recruiting focus today on Knight, likely Kentucky-bound

The first day of college basketball’s spring signing period figures to be a quiet one for Kansas University’s basketball program, which hopes to receive some good news later in the week regarding prospects Josh Selby and/or Doron Lamb.

KU men's golf takes fifth

Chris Gilbert shot a career-best 74 and the Kansas University golf team finished in a tie for fifth place on Tuesday at the Columbia Orthopaedic Group Missouri Intercollegiate.