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FINAL: Tyshawn Taylor shines in return to starting lineup; KU rolls, 94-74, over CU

The KU sophomore guard had 17 points on 6-for-7 shooting with six assists, helping the Jayhawks to the blowout win.

Early Morning

KU's Collins can tie wins record today

Cole Aldrich grew a bit emotional Thursday as he reflected on the career of one of the greatest players in Kansas University basketball history.

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FINAL: Tyshawn Taylor shines in return to starting lineup; KU rolls, 94-74, over CU

The KU sophomore guard had 17 points on 6-for-7 shooting with six assists, helping the Jayhawks to the blowout win.

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KU's Collins can tie wins record today

Cole Aldrich grew a bit emotional Thursday as he reflected on the career of one of the greatest players in Kansas University basketball history.

KU track and field signs pole vaulter

The Kansas University track and field team received a commitment from pole-vaulter Demi Payne on Friday.

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Former KU football players Reesing and Zook to appear together

Two of the most memorable players from the Kansas University football program’s Orange Bowl appearances (1969 and 2008) will team up tonight at a book-signing appearance.

Hulls deliver, but KU softball drops two

Free State High graduate Rosie Hull went 3-for-3 in her first career start, but it was not enough as the Kansas University softball team fell to Florida, 12-4, on Friday in the Lipton Invitational. Marshall upended KU, 7-3, earlier Friday.

KU reportedly makes offers to two Blue Springs football players

Rivals.com is reporting that KU has offered scholarships to two juniors from Blue Springs High in Missouri.

KU missed on Burks

Jayhawks didn’t pursue CU standout

Kansas University didn’t recruit Colorado freshman Alec Burks, a 6-foot-6, 185-pound freshman sensation from Grandview, Mo., who has emerged as one of the top first-year players in the country.