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KU's Self to be CBS guest analyst during NCAA Tournament

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self traveled to New York City on Friday night for his weekend stint as NCAA Tournament studio analyst for CBS.

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Purple people beaters: Cinderella (kind of) Butler dashes K-State’s Final 4 dreams

It's an easy five-mile drive from the Butler campus to the site of its next game, in downtown Indianapolis. Still, it's hard to think of many programs that have taken a longer, more unlikely road to the Final Four. Yes, the boys from Butler did it — defeating Kansas State 63-56 in the West Regional final Saturday to make their trip back home something much bigger than that.

Wichita RB picks Kansas

Wichita Heights running back Dreamius Smith orally committed to Kansas on Saturday.

KU baseball rallies in Waco

Five-run inning propels baseball past Baylor, 9-8

Junior Tony Thompson had three hits, including his first home run of the season, while Kansas scored five runs in the top of the fifth inning to erase an early four-run deficit in a 9-8 triumph over Baylor on Friday afternoon at Baylor Ballpark.

KU tennis team edges Iowa State, 4-3

In an exciting match that was decided by a three-set tiebreaker, the Kansas University tennis team defeated Iowa State, 4-3, Friday at the Jayhawk Tennis Facility.

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It’s time to back the ’Cats

The beauty of sports is that you and only you decide which teams to root for when watching a game. Even so, it comes as a surprise that some television sets in Lawrence seem to be turned on for the sole purpose of rooting against Kansas State.

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KU's Self to be CBS guest analyst during NCAA Tournament

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self traveled to New York City on Friday night for his weekend stint as NCAA Tournament studio analyst for CBS.

Weary Wildcats ready for Butler

Kansas State guard Jacob Pullen says he was much more excited than he was tired.

KU football assistant happy to be back in Lawrence

In the 10 years since Darrell Wyatt last coached in Lawrence, some things have remained more or less the same.