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Josh Selby bids KU adieu

Kansas University freshman Josh Selby, who had been training at Impact Basketball in Las Vegas a week-and-a-half while assessing his NBA options, decided after a particularly productive practice Wednesday that he’d be playing for pay next season.

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Josh Selby bids KU adieu

Kansas University freshman Josh Selby, who had been training at Impact Basketball in Las Vegas a week-and-a-half while assessing his NBA options, decided after a particularly productive practice Wednesday that he’d be playing for pay next season.

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Former KU athletics ticket official Charlette Blubaugh sentenced to 57 months for her role in cash-for-tickets scheme

Charlette Blubaugh, a former associate athletics director at Kansas Athletics Inc., was sentenced Thursday to prison for her role in a ticket-theft scheme and conspiracy that prosecutors say cost the department at least $2 million.

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Former Jayhawk Mike Rivera volunteers time to teach crochet to city youths

At 6-foot-2, 252 pounds, with blue gym shorts, a backwards cap, a Nike T-shirt and an bulky bandage around his left knee, former Kansas University linebacker Mike Rivera hardly looked the part of a crochet teacher at Hillcrest Elementary on Wednesday.

Jayhawks in the NBA

Here is how former Jayhawks fared in NBA action Wednesday, April 13, 2011.

KU-TTU baseball to be televised

The Kansas vs. Texas Tech baseball game, scheduled for a 5 p.m. first pitch on April 30 in Lubbock, Texas, will be televised by Fox College Sports.

KU softball splits with Tech

Good news and bad news for Kansas University’s softball team.

Kansas Relays shot put in downtown Lawrence a must-see

Soon, the air on Eighth Street between Mass and New Hampshire will be thick with testosterone. Loud music. Men ripping their shirts off and unleashing primal screams of passion.