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Self, who picked ’Cats, keeps busy in CBS studio

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self and fellow CBS-TV panelists Greg Anthony and Seth Davis each went for the favorite when asked by studio host Greg Gumbel for a prediction before Saturday’s West Regional final between Butler and Kansas State.

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Duke, Coach K back in Final Four

Duke is back in the Final Four, ending an unusually long absence for coach Mike Krzyzewski's team — and keeping No. 1 seeds from being shut out of the title chase.

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Michigan State returns to Final Four

The players come and go, the years pass. About the only thing that doesn't change is Tom Izzo and Michigan State's mastery in March.

Kansas softball drubbed, 12-4

An eight-run Texas A&M sixth inning doomed the Kansas University softball team in a 12-4 loss on Saturday in the Big 12 opener for both teams.

KU baseball falters, 9-8

Jimmy Waters went 3-for-5 with his fourth home run of the season, but the Kansas University baseball team fell to Baylor, 9-8, on Saturday.

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Kentucky ousted

Huggins, West Virginia in Final Four

Country roads, take me home. Or better yet, Indianapolis.

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Report: Perkins got $4.4M in 2009

The $4.4 million that Lew Perkins earned last year leading the sports program at Kansas University appeared to make him the highest paid athletic director in the nation, according to a published report.

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Self, who picked ’Cats, keeps busy in CBS studio

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self and fellow CBS-TV panelists Greg Anthony and Seth Davis each went for the favorite when asked by studio host Greg Gumbel for a prediction before Saturday’s West Regional final between Butler and Kansas State.

Kansas track wins 15

In its first meet of the outdoor season, Kansas University’s track and field team had 15 individual victories and set several personal records Saturday at the Razorback Spring Invitational.

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Scandal may cut deeper

It’s often said and rightly so that an athletic department is the front porch to a university. It’s what forms a first impression for the masses. It triggers the most emotional responses.

KU rowing falls at UT

The Kansas University rowing team notched one victory in six races against Texas on Saturday.