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Jayhawks rise to challenge

Lost amid the tears shed by Sherron Collins and teammates who will miss him and chants for Cole Aldrich to return for “One more year!” came an emphatic answer to a question that dominated conversations in every establishment in town Wednesday.

Tough Love: Gritty KU sends Collins out winner

Bill Self, who preaches toughness as much as any college basketball coach in the country, wrapped his arms around Sherron Collins with 30.4 seconds remaining in Kansas University’s 82-65 victory over rival Kansas State on Wednesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Townsend explains giving out KU tickets

An adult film actress by the stage name of Samantha Ryan had the Internet world buzzing Thursday after posting on her Twitter account that she attended Wednesday’s Kansas-Kansas State basketball game with tickets provided by KU assistant coach Kurtis Townsend.

To chagrin of Wildcats, Jayhawk fans turn Manhattan 'KS' rocks into 'KU'

As you drive on Kansas Highway 177 toward I-70 near Manhattan, you see a rock sign on the hill that reads "KS."

RB Miller commits to Kansas

There may be a Powercat on his high school helmet, but Blue Springs (Mo.) High junior running back Darrian Miller recently made it clear that he prefers Jayhawks.

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Tough Love: Gritty KU sends Collins out winner

Bill Self, who preaches toughness as much as any college basketball coach in the country, wrapped his arms around Sherron Collins with 30.4 seconds remaining in Kansas University’s 82-65 victory over rival Kansas State on Wednesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

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’Cats love Collins, too

KSU respects ‘best player in country’

Kansas State freshmen Wally Judge and Rodney McGruder have faced Kansas University guard Sherron Collins just twice in their young careers.

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Morningstar reminisces

Buddy recalls Collins’ early years

Sherron Collins walked through the Jayhawker Towers door for the first time four years ago with a single bag in his hand.

Undefeated Nebraska routs KU women

Nebraska’s seniors made a pact not to cry when they were honored before their last game at the Devaney Sports Center.

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Jayhawks rise to challenge

Lost amid the tears shed by Sherron Collins and teammates who will miss him and chants for Cole Aldrich to return for “One more year!” came an emphatic answer to a question that dominated conversations in every establishment in town Wednesday.

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Gary Bedore’s KU hoops notebook

Little did Sherron Collins know it, but he was in for a surprise feast following Wednesday’s Senior Night victory over Kansas State.

KU baseball times changed

Due to rain in the forecast for Saturday afternoon, the Kansas University baseball team has changed the schedule for its four-game series with Iowa.