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Level playing field: Rule change would prohibit schools from offering scholarships early

A proposed NCAA rule change that would alter the landscape of summer recruiting in all sports could help even out recruiting battles across the country, says Kansas University assistant football coach Reggie Mitchell, who doubles as the program’s recruiting coordinator.

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Former KU Athletics employee Brandon Simmons pleads guilty in ticket scandal

A former assistant athletics director became the second Kansas Athletics Inc. employee to plead guilty in connection with a scandal involving more than $1 million worth of tickets the university says were stolen by insiders.

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'Downtown' Terry Brown finds ‘second passion’ in graphic design

Some of Kansas University’s basketball players slept on the team bus on long road trips to Iowa State, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Oklahoma State during the 1990-91 season.

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KU golfer Barbee earns scholar honors

Kansas University senior golfer Nate Barbee was recently named a Cleveland Golf/Srixon All-American Scholar for his work both in the classroom and on the golf course.

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Stuckey recognized by K.C. Sports Commission

Former Kansas football safety Darrell Stuckey was named as the co-Collegiate Male Athlete of the Year by the Kansas City Sports Commission at its 38th annual Awards Show on Wednesday night.

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Collins likely to garner preseason invitation

Former Kansas University point guard Sherron Collins likely will be invited to the Charlotte Bobcats’ preseason training camp, the Charlotte Observer’s Rick Bonnell reported Wednesday.

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Northern Iowa wins best upset at ESPYs

The University of Northern Iowa basketball team was honored for its second-round NCAA Tournament victory over Kansas University at Wednesday’s ESPY Awards show in Los Angeles.

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Former Jayhawk and Heat guard Chalmers sprains ankle

Two weeks ago, former Kansas University guard Mario Chalmers was the last man standing for the Miami Heat, the only player the team had under contract. Now he no longer is standing.

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Level playing field: Rule change would prohibit schools from offering scholarships early

A proposed NCAA rule change that would alter the landscape of summer recruiting in all sports could help even out recruiting battles across the country, says Kansas University assistant football coach Reggie Mitchell, who doubles as the program’s recruiting coordinator.