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Kansas at home in Boulder

Jayhawks have won 17 of 18 in Boulder

Kansas University’s basketball team last Saturday won in Kansas State’s Bramlage Coliseum for the 21st time in 22 seasons. It’s off to another so-called home-away-from-home tonight.

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Gill breaks down first recruiting class

As expected, the Kansas University football team signed 18 players to its 2010 recruiting class during today's National Signing Day.

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FINAL: KU escapes with 72-66 overtime win over CU

The Jayhawks started overtime with a 7-0 run and held off the Buffaloes from there, surviving a nightmarish 18-for-38 effort from the free-throw line.

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Sporting adventures continue for KU fan with rare lung disease

Wellsville resident Michael Douglas meets basketball heroes in Oklahoma City

Wellsville resident Michael Douglas, 11, continues sporting adventures during battle with rare lung disease.

CU's Burks won't play Wednesday night against KU

Colorado freshman guard Alec Burks will not play in Wednesday night's game against Kansas, CU coach Jeff Bzdelik announced Wednesday.

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Greatest KU games: No. 7

Jacque’s shot shocks Hoosiers

When 12th-ranked Indiana strolled into Allen Fieldhouse on Dec. 22, 1993, the stage was set for a fantastic showdown between powerhouse programs. Not only did the two schools have great tradition on their sides, but both were ranked in the Top 15 at the time, and both were just a few seasons removed from national championships — KU in 1988, Indiana a year earlier.

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Kansas at home in Boulder

Jayhawks have won 17 of 18 in Boulder

Kansas University’s basketball team last Saturday won in Kansas State’s Bramlage Coliseum for the 21st time in 22 seasons. It’s off to another so-called home-away-from-home tonight.

Collins a Wooden candidate

Heisman Trophy winners generally come from schools that spend much of the season competing for a national title. The Heisman winner is one of 22 players on the field.

Video and notes on KU's football 2010 recruiting class

Today, new Kansas University football coach Turner Gill will introduce his first recruiting class as part of 2010 National Signing Day. Highlighted by four-star prospects Brandon Bourbon (running back) and Keeston Terry (wide receiver), the group is expected to include 18 players.

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17 expected to sign with KU football team today

As recently as a month ago, the state of recruiting within the Kansas University football program was far from ideal.

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CU coach sees opportunity

Victory tonight would be biggest of Bzdelik’s career

Third-year Colorado coach Jeff Bzdelik has the Buffs over the elusive .500 mark (11-10 overall, 2-5 in league) entering today’s 8 p.m. home game against Kansas University. His first two CU teams went 12-20 and 9-22.

10 teams that can win it all: No. 7, BYU

Don't sleep on Cougars

BYU boasts impressive statistics and an ultra-productive guard

Gill to greet fans at Oread Hotel tonight

Kansas University football coach Turner Gill will be at the Oread Hotel (12th Street between Indiana and Louisiana streets) this evening to showcase the program’s new signing class and meet with fans.