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Jayhawks suffer first loss of year

Self: 'We were awful'

A national media member, who hadn’t seen Bill Self in a while, innocuously asked Kansas University’s coach how he was doing Sunday night in Thompson-Boling Arena.

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Jayhawks drop to third in both polls

Texas moves to top spot

The Kansas Jayhawks dropped to third in the The Associated Press and USA Today/Coaches college basketball polls after falling to Tennessee on Sunday. Texas grabbed the top spot.

How Keegan voted — Jan. 11 college basketball poll

The following is Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan's Jan. 11 ballot in the Associated Press college basketball poll.

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Jayhawks suffer first loss of year

Self: 'We were awful'

A national media member, who hadn’t seen Bill Self in a while, innocuously asked Kansas University’s coach how he was doing Sunday night in Thompson-Boling Arena.

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Gary Bedore’s KU hoops notebook

Notes from KU's Sunday afternoon loss against Tennessee.

Kansas’ big men didn’t play big

The nation’s No. 1-ranked college basketball powerhouse made seven of 27 three-point shots, committed 16 turnovers, forced just eight, and lost Sunday to a team that used six scholarship players and three walk-ons.

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Vols’ McBee stings KU

Walk-on hits huge three to lift UT

Tennessee guard Skylar McBee heard the crowd growing louder, and he knew it was time to look up at the shot clock.