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Stories for January 21, 2010

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Early Morning

KU motivated by Bears’ snub

Sherron Collins glanced over at Baylor’s basketball bench during pregame introductions of Kansas University’s players on Wednesday night in Allen Fieldhouse. The Bears were nowhere to be found.

Evening

FINAL: KU survives hot-shooting Baylor, 81-75

The Bears became the first KU opponent in 91 tries to shoot over 50 percent, but Sherron Collins' 28 points and clutch three-pointer late helped the Jayhawks secure the win.

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Gridiron Club moving forward, but behind schedule

Kansas Athletics Inc. knows how big the new Gridiron Club will be, how much it will cost and even who will be building it on the east side of Memorial Stadium.

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The old college try: Students organize fundraiser for Joe College in its fight against Kansas University

The controversy between KU and Joe College will be reignited this week with the Joe College Jamfest, a student-organized fundraiser for the T-shirt shop on the brink of collapse ...

McCray struggles in Hilton again; KU women fall, 53-42

Danielle McCray has to be glad she won’t have to play in Hilton Coliseum again. Kansas University’s preseason All-America candidate was in foul trouble early and finished with only six points as Iowa State pinned the Jayhawks, 53-42, on Wednesday night.

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Aldrich weighed down

Center mourning grandmother

Kansas University center Cole Aldrich couldn’t help but think about his late grandmother, Ann, following his team’s 81-75 victory over Baylor on Wednesday.

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Baylor meant no disrespect

It didn’t take long for word to get back to Baylor coach Scott Drew that his decision to lead his team off the court and into a nearby hallway during Kansas University’s pregame introductions Wednesday had rubbed some of the Jayhawks’ coaches and players the wrong way.

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Gary Bedore’s Kansas basketball notebook

News and notes from KU's victory against Baylor Wednesday night.

Collins finds way to win — again

A tough conference opponent threw in amazing shots and teetered on the brink of a streak-busting upset when the best player in college basketball gathered his team in the huddle and restored the confidence of all his mates.

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KU motivated by Bears’ snub

Sherron Collins glanced over at Baylor’s basketball bench during pregame introductions of Kansas University’s players on Wednesday night in Allen Fieldhouse. The Bears were nowhere to be found.