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Men among boys

Kansas big guys play big

Cole Aldrich and Marcus Morris held their own personal two-man huddle during the first TV timeout of Monday’s Border War clash in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Former KU walk-on hits shot, foils prank

Joel Branstrom figured he was about to be the butt of some kind of joke when he was blindfolded at a pep rally and told he would win tickets to the NCAA’s Final Four if he could hit a half-court shot.

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Gary Bedore’s Kansas basketball notebook

National recording artist Eddie Money sang the national anthem.

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Lopsided loss mystifies MU

Shooting dooms Tigers

Of all the questions facing the Missouri men’s basketball team following Monday’s road matchup with Kansas University —and there were a lot of them — perhaps the most baffling was how a team that managed to win the turnover battle by 18 somehow suffered a 19-point loss that really wasn’t as close as it sounds.

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Men among boys

Kansas big guys play big

Cole Aldrich and Marcus Morris held their own personal two-man huddle during the first TV timeout of Monday’s Border War clash in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Sharp-shooting Reed knows all about rivalry

It’s not uncommon for Kansas University basketball players, recruited from all over the nation, to say they arrive at school treating Missouri as if it’s any other school and then they learn to hate the Tigers.

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History lesson inspires Markieff

Markieff Morris found himself a little more amped up than normal before Kansas University’s most recent game against Missouri.