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Big things to come? Robinson powers Jayhawks

Former Kansas University basketball center Sasha Kaun and his newlywed bride, ex-Jayhawk soccer player Taylor Blue, stopped by Allen Fieldhouse to watch basketball practice the other day.

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Emporia State forward ‘proud’ of KU’s Thomas Robinson

Emporia State forward Christian “Boo” Jackson came away most impressed by Kansas University forward Thomas Robinson following KU’s 90-59 exhibition victory over the Hornets on Tuesday.

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Big things to come? Robinson powers Jayhawks

Former Kansas University basketball center Sasha Kaun and his newlywed bride, ex-Jayhawk soccer player Taylor Blue, stopped by Allen Fieldhouse to watch basketball practice the other day.

Axing Dan Hawkins costs Colorado $2 million

The University of Colorado will pay coach Dan Hawkins around $2 million to go away. His replacement might not get that much to fix the Buffaloes’ broken football program.

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Kansas quarterback Quinn Mecham gets nod, pats on back

When junior quarterback Quinn Mecham arrived on the Kansas University campus, he was a quiet guy with a loud resume.

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KU's Josh Selby circling, waiting on NCAA to tell him to land at Allen Fieldhouse

It’s such a weird dynamic, watching a college basketball team play exhibition games without having a clue if or when a player who might be its best pure talent will be allowed to play.

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Gary Bedore’s KU hoops notebook

Naadir Tharpe, a 6-foot senior point guard from Brewster Academy in Wolfeboro, Mass., said Tuesday he will sign a national letter-of-intent with Kansas University today.

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Kaun on hand for blowout

Former Kansas University center Sasha Kaun of CSKA Moscow, who had left knee surgery Thursday in Cleveland to remove a diseased component of the patellar tendon, attended Tuesday’s game with his wife, former KU soccer player Taylor Blue.

Husker relishes wildcat role

With QBs ailing, sophomore running back NU’s go-to guy in single-wing formation

Rex Burkhead found a silver lining in Nebraska’s quarterback injury problems.