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Tyshawn Taylor, Thomas Robinson to return to KU

More decisions to come

Kansas junior guard Tyshawn Taylor and sophomore forward Thomas Robinson will both return to KU next season.

Josh Selby working out in Vegas, hasn’t declared for NBA Draft

Kansas University freshman guard Josh Selby hasn’t declared for the 2011 NBA Draft ... yet. Tuesday’s news that the 6-foot-2 Baltimore native is in Las Vegas working out at Impact Basketball with famed trainer Joe Abunasser, seems to indicate he’s leaning heavily in the direction of playing for pay, however.

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Tyshawn Taylor, Thomas Robinson to return to KU

More decisions to come

Kansas junior guard Tyshawn Taylor and sophomore forward Thomas Robinson will both return to KU next season.

Former KU athletics ticket consultant asks judge for a sentence of no more than 21 months in prison

A former consultant for the University of Kansas asked a federal judge on Wednesday to sentence him to no more than 21 months in prison for his part in a $2 million ticket scalping scandal that has already sent two other conspirators to prison for longer terms.

KU men’s track team enters rankings

The Kansas University men’s track and field team is ranked No. 12 in the latest U.S. Track and Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA) rankings that were released Tuesday.

KU men's golf team takes 15th at Cowboy Classic

The Kansas University men’s golf team finished in 15th place at the Cowboy Classic on Tuesday.

Former Texas Tech coach Pat Knight gets fresh start at Lamar

Pat Knight is getting a fresh start at Lamar.

Frank Martin happy at KSU, but would listen to Miami

Frank Martin says he’s happy coaching basketball at Kansas State.

Missouri State stifles KU baseball

Kansas coach Ritch Price wasn’t sugar-coating his team’s offensive effort following a 5-1 loss to Missouri State on Tuesday night at Hoglund Ballpark.

Border War hits the K

Three wins in three tries, and looking to make it four. That’s where the Kansas University baseball team stands entering tonight’s 5:30 contest against archrival Missouri at Kauffman Stadium in Kansas City, Mo.