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Hawaii hangover: Jayhawks lethargic in victory over FAU

Kansas University’s basketball team, which drew rave reviews last week in Maui, looked like a squad with a case of jet lag in a 77-54 victory over Florida Atlantic on Wednesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

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KU women's basketball takes down SMU, 75-52

If Kansas’ 75-52 victory against Southern Methodist taught the Jayhawks anything, it was that they can tough it out with the physical opponents.

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Gary Bedore's KU basketball notebook: Thomas Robinson doubles up again

Kansas University junior forward Thomas Robinson had 19 points and 17 rebounds. It marked his sixth-straight double-double. It’s the longest streak of consecutive double-doubles to open a KU season.

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Poor shooting dooms Florida Atlantic

Florida Atlantic coach Mike Jarvis had one lament in his opening statement following his team’s 77-54 loss to Kansas on Wednesday.

Oklahoma State recovers to beat Tulsa, 59-56

Oklahoma State's players don't want to become known as the Comeback Cowboys.

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Northern Iowa beats Iowa State, 69-62

Northern Iowa coach Ben Jacobson tried to downplay his program's third straight win at Iowa State, chalking it up to a few late shots that the Panthers hit and the Cyclones didn't.

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Jayhawks stress extra effort

The message is spreading. Since junior guard Monica Engelman’s benching for a lack of effort in Kansas University’s game against Florida Atlantic on Sunday, the KU women’s basketball players know that any slacking can result in a significant loss of playing time.

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Thomas Robinson will get better

Potential, many a wise man who makes his living evaluating athletes will tell you, is a French word for “ain’t bleepin’ got it yet.”

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Hawaii hangover: Jayhawks lethargic in victory over FAU

Kansas University’s basketball team, which drew rave reviews last week in Maui, looked like a squad with a case of jet lag in a 77-54 victory over Florida Atlantic on Wednesday night in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Kansas football search takes a turn

With news breaking Wednesday that former Texas Tech coach Mike Leach had agreed to a five-year deal to become the next head football coach at Washington State, the search at Kansas University took an abrupt turn.