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It’s time to put up or shut up

Elite shot-put field features turkey-loving, Cube-solving bear of a man

Enterprising downtown restaurant chefs might want to bake and baste some turkey legs today just in case Reese Hoffa — the world’s No. 2-ranked shot putter — wins tonight’s Kansas Relays competition.

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Will Big 12 title game be missed?

The conference championship game is gone, but only some Big 12 coaches will miss it.

Four Kansas women on academic golf team

Kansas University seniors Meghna Bal, Jennifer Clark and Grace Thiry were named to the Academic All-Big 12 Conference women’s golf first team for the third straight season, while freshman Fhong Boonraksasat was named to the second team Tuesday.

Nine KU rowers nab academic honors

Nine members of Kansas University’s rowing team received the Conference USA Commissioner’s Academic Medal.

Hoops recruit Jamari Traylor to visit Kansas

Jamari Traylor, a 6-foot-7, 230-pound senior power forward from IMG Academies in Bradenton, Fla., will visit Kansas University this weekend, Traylor told Rivals.com.

Kansas baseball rolls to 11-5 win

DeLeon hits two of KU’s three homers

Sophomore catcher Alex DeLeon hit two of Kansas University’s three home runs as the Jayhawks pounded Saint Mary, 11-5, in a nonconference baseball game Tuesday at Hogund Ballpark.

Hurlers ready to rock

Everybody has witnessed live events that take up permanent residence in the memory.

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It’s time to put up or shut up

Elite shot-put field features turkey-loving, Cube-solving bear of a man

Enterprising downtown restaurant chefs might want to bake and baste some turkey legs today just in case Reese Hoffa — the world’s No. 2-ranked shot putter — wins tonight’s Kansas Relays competition.