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<strong>FINAL:</strong> Fired-up KU takes down A&M, 79-66

The Jayhawks used a 16-0 second-half run to pull away, advancing to Saturday's Big 12 championship game.

Early Morning

Jayhawks celebrate 2,000th victory

Cole Aldrich and Sherron Collins exited a Sprint Center locker room wearing what’s sure to soon be a popular item on sale at your favorite bookstore.

Morning

FINAL: 2,000! Collins, Aldrich lead KU to 80-68 victory over Texas Tech

Jayhawks hit 2,000-win milestone in triumph over Red Raiders.

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Kansas State advances past Baylor

Wildcats, Jayhawks set to square off for Big 12 title

Dominique Sutton had a double-double and a key offense rebound that led to Jacob Pullen's 3-pointer with 2:02 left, helping No. 9 Kansas State survive for an 82-75 win over No. 21 Baylor on Friday night in the Big 12 tournament semifinals.

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FINAL: Fired-up KU takes down A&M, 79-66

The Jayhawks used a 16-0 second-half run to pull away, advancing to Saturday's Big 12 championship game.

Friday's KU softball game washed

Friday's 2 p.m. KU softball game against Valparaiso has been canceled.

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Gary Bedore’s KU hoops notebook

News, notes, numbers and quotes from KU's Thursday victory against Texas Tech.

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Jayhawks celebrate 2,000th victory

Cole Aldrich and Sherron Collins exited a Sprint Center locker room wearing what’s sure to soon be a popular item on sale at your favorite bookstore.

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KU softball wins home opener

Although she never watches the show, Kansas University sophomore softball player Kelsey Alsdorf said she knows the cast for the upcoming season of “Dancing with the Stars.”

Fans brave cold to rejoice in style at Big 12 tourney

The cold, dreary weather blanketing Kansas City’s Power and Light District Thursday didn’t keep many Kansas University fans away.

Kansas’ urgency lacking

As the final seconds ticked away, the fans in blue waved the wheat and chanted the chant. A moment later, the announcement came that this was the 2,000th victory in program history.

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Aldrich awes Red Raiders

Texas Tech coach Pat Knight says that Kansas University is one of the best half-court defensive teams the Red Raiders have faced this season. The main reason: KU’s 6-foot-11 defensive stopper, Cole Aldrich.