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‘X’ a factor again

Henry helps KU throttle Buffaloes

Carl Henry sat stoically in his bleacher seat 20 or so rows above the visitor’s basketball bench, watching intently as his son Xavier exploded for a game-high 24 points in Kansas University’s 94-74 victory over Colorado on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.

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KU women fall at Texas Tech, 68-51

The Kansas women's basketball team was dominated in the second half, losing 68-51 to Texas Tech on Sunday in Lubbock, Texas.

Ramirez hits 2 homers to lead KU softball team

For the second-straight game, senior Sara Ramirez hit a game-winning home run for the Kansas University softball team.

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Look who’s listening: Taylor

To do the Hokey Pokey, you put your right hand in, you put your right hand out, you put your right hand in, and you shake it all about.

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CU coach lauds Jayhawks

Buffs’ Bzdelik says Kansas ‘exceptionally good’

Colorado coach Jeff Bzdelik had a simple explanation for the Buffaloes’ struggles Saturday: They played a pretty darned good basketball team in No. 1 Kansas.

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Collins ties record

Senior gets 123rd career victory

Tyshawn Taylor, who had a stellar game himself, refused to enter the interview room before Kansas University senior leader Sherron Collins late Saturday afternoon in Allen Fieldhouse.

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‘X’ a factor again

Henry helps KU throttle Buffaloes

Carl Henry sat stoically in his bleacher seat 20 or so rows above the visitor’s basketball bench, watching intently as his son Xavier exploded for a game-high 24 points in Kansas University’s 94-74 victory over Colorado on Saturday in Allen Fieldhouse.

Freshmen provide spark for KU women

Texans Davis, Engelman return to home state today to take on Texas Tech in must win

In the wake of knee injuries to starters Angel Goodrich and Danielle McCray, Kansas University women's basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson simply has added a couple of new spokes to that wheel in freshmen Carolyn Davis and Monica Engelman. Now the two Texans — Davis from Houston and Engelman from San Antonio — will be returning to their home state for today’s game against Texas Tech.