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KU basketball recruits paired

Jayhawk Invitational begins today

Two of Kansas University’s top targets in the high school recruiting Class of 2012 will compete against each other tonight at Haskell’s Coffin Complex.

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KU leads conference in men's basketball home attendance for 25th straight year

For the 25th straight year, the Kansas University men's basketball team led its conference in home attendance.

Former KU official Rodney Jones requests medical delay before beginning prison sentence

A former assistant athletics director at the University of Kansas is requesting a medical delay before he begins a prison term for taking part in a $2 million ticket scalping conspiracy.

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KU basketball recruits paired

Jayhawk Invitational begins today

Two of Kansas University’s top targets in the high school recruiting Class of 2012 will compete against each other tonight at Haskell’s Coffin Complex.

Sooners add JUCO player

Oklahoma basketball coach Lon Kruger has added a much-needed big man to the Sooners’ roster by signing 6-foot-10, 240-pound Casey Arent. Kruger announced the signing of the transfer from Sierra College (Calif.) on Thursday. Arent is from Penryn, Calif., and averaged 19.1 points, 11.4 rebounds and 2.3 blocked shots per game as a sophomore.

Jayhawk in the NBA

Here is how former Jayhawk Kirk Hinrich fared in NBA action Thursday, April 28, 2011.

Texas Tech coach talks politics

Texas Tech football coach Tommy Tuberville has left the gridiron and taken to the political airwaves.

Former MLB pitcher, KU baseball coach Marty 'Duck' Pattin shares memories of the big leagues

Escalating fuel prices don’t make the hour-long drive from Lawrence to Kauffman Stadium any easier, even for those who can afford to invest so much time commuting. Those who can’t just might feel as if they are in the middle of a Major League Baseball game by pulling up a stool next to Marty “Duck” Pattin, who spent 13 seasons as an American League pitcher.

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Students say foam-board letters at KU basketball games helped them achieve the 'pinnacle of fandom'

They say a dollar doesn’t get you quite what it used to. But, at Kansas University, $30 can get you national exposure. That’s what it cost for a group of KU students and diehard Jayhawk basketball fans to throw together a bunch of foam-board, cutout letters that they took to every home game throughout the season.