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Trading places: Gill allows position changes for KU spring football

When Kansas University football coach Turner Gill takes the field with his team for the first time at 1 p.m. Saturday, he’ll do so with a handful of Jayhawks in new positions.

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Pullen's key 3 helps K-State advance to round of 8

Jacob Pullen made a 3-pointer with 31.2 seconds left in the second overtime Thursday night for the go-ahead points in second-seeded Kansas State's 101-96 victory over No. 6 Xavier in the West Regional semifinals.

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Wall, top-seeded Kentucky outscrap Cornell 62-45

John Wall saw red in nearly every corner he looked. Cornell's loudest and largest pep rally was held at the Carrier Dome and turned the regional semifinal into an instant road game for Kentucky.

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Butler, West Virginia beat Washington 69-56

Da'Sean Butler shook off a sore right hand and helped West Virginia shake off feisty Washington to reach the East Regional finals.

Butler rallies to beat top-seeded Syracuse 63-59

Butler became the latest mid-major team to knock off a top seed in the NCAA tournament.

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Down and out: Cold-shooting KU women eliminated by ISU in WNIT

Jayhawks finish with 17-16 record

The Kansas women's basketball team fell to Illinois State, 71-49, on Thursday night in the Sweet 16 of the WNIT in Normal, Ill.

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Former KU Athletics Board Chair calls allegations of impropriety 'disturbing'

With an independent review seeking answers regarding operations involving Kansas Athletics Inc.’s ticket office and Williams Fund, others are posing questions of their own.

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Elgie powers Jayhawks’ baseball rout of Baker

Zac Elgie was in need of a good, old-fashioned slump-buster entering the Kansas University baseball team’s Wednesday-night matchup with visiting Baker University, and that’s precisely what the Jayhawks’ struggling first baseman got.

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Trading places: Gill allows position changes for KU spring football

When Kansas University football coach Turner Gill takes the field with his team for the first time at 1 p.m. Saturday, he’ll do so with a handful of Jayhawks in new positions.

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Freshman Davis could be key for KU women

Practice makes perfect, the old adage goes, but not necessarily for Carolyn Davis. Davis, a 6-foot-3 freshman, hasn’t practiced in nearly three weeks, yet has sparkled for Kansas University’s women’s basketball team.

KU hoops to play LHS grad’s Rams in K.C.

Kansas University’s men’s basketball team will play Colorado State in the Jayhawks’ annual nonconference game in Kansas City’s Sprint Center next season.

Gloom, doom relative

A junior from the Chicago suburb of Western Springs, Ben Pera was driving home from spring break, wondering how in the world he was going to fill a week that was supposed to revolve around watching hype leading up to his school, Kansas University, competing in the Midwest Regional in St. Louis.