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Victims of foul play: Fired-up Jayhawks hammer Ohio

Elijah Johnson’s dad, mom, brother, sister, high school coach — even his hometown barber — watched in horror as Kansas University’s sophomore guard was tackled on a breakaway dunk try late in the first half of Friday’s 98-41 rout of Ohio University at Orleans Arena.

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KU women knock off Memphis, 90-58

Sophomore Carolyn Davis had 15 points, leading six Kansas players in double figures as the KU women defeated Memphis, 90-58, on Saturday at the BTI Classic in Allen Fieldhouse.

KU vs. MU: Head to head

A head-to-head look at Kansas vs. Missouri.

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Withey to face former team: Arizona

Jeff Withey had a good time during his one semester at the University of Arizona.

Saturday’s Big 12 games encapsulated

A preview of Saturday's Big 12 match-ups.

We said, they said

A collection of quotes from both sides of the Kansas vs. Missouri rivalry.

More off than on, KU women survive tournament opener

Friday night, in the opening round of the BTI Tip-Off Classic at Allen Fieldhouse, two Kansas University women’s basketball starters sank into early foul trouble, the team shot 22-of-66 (33 percent) from the floor and the Jayhawks did not make a three-pointer. Yet, somehow, they won.

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Bobcats coach sorry ‘It got chippy’

Following Kansas University’s 98-41 men’s basketball victory over Ohio, Bobcats guard Ricardo Johnson immediately checked with his coach, John Groce, to see if KU guard Elijah Johnson was OK.

Nebraska advances to Big 12 title game

Nebraska is off to the Big 12 championship game — and Bo Pelini won’t go kicking and screaming.

Sooners ‘borrow’ from OSU playbook

One day this summer, Dana Holgorsen concocted a scheme that would add Kendall Hunter’s running ability to the spread passing game that he planned to bring to Oklahoma State.

Cowboy ‘in awe’ of return

As he lay in bed after playing in the Bedlam rivalry game for the first time, Andrew McGee just couldn’t sleep.

Kansas QB Missouri native

Kansas University will turn to a Missouri native at quarterback today as the Jayhawks attempt to finish their season a high note by knocking off 15th-ranked Missouri at Arrowhead Stadium.

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Victims of foul play: Fired-up Jayhawks hammer Ohio

Elijah Johnson’s dad, mom, brother, sister, high school coach — even his hometown barber — watched in horror as Kansas University’s sophomore guard was tackled on a breakaway dunk try late in the first half of Friday’s 98-41 rout of Ohio University at Orleans Arena.

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KU notebook: Morningstar laughs about pass/shot

Brady Morningstar lofted a pass toward Marcus Morris early in Friday’s Las Vegas Invitational game against Ohio University. The pass missed its mark. It fell through the hoop for a three that gave KU a 7-2 lead.