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No asterisk needed: Gutsy Tyshawn Taylor, KU not apologetic for beating Sullinger-less Ohio State, 78-67

Ohio State sophomore sensation Jared Sullinger, who has a bad back, didn’t play in Saturday’s marquee matchup against Kansas University. KU senior point guard Tyshawn Taylor, who has a bum knee, did participate. He dished a career-high 13 assists against seven turnovers, while scoring nine points and grabbing three rebounds in the No. 13-ranked Jayhawks’ 78-67 victory over the No. 2 Buckeyes in Allen Fieldhouse.

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‘Power surge’: KU introduces ‘old ball coach’ Charlie Weis to fix, fire-up program

Friday evening, in Mrkonic Auditorium at Kansas University’s Anderson Family Football Complex, new KU football coach Charlie Weis was asked a variety of questions on topics ranging from his time at Notre Dame and in the huddle with Tom Brady in the NFL, to why he came to Kansas or even had interest in becoming a head coach again.

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KU coach Bill Self: Kevin Young 'bailed us out'

Junior scores season-high 14 points against Ohio State

Kevin Young’s breakout performance Saturday surprised Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self as much as anyone.

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Thad Matta to Bill Self: 'Merry Christmas'

Ohio State coach jokes with counterpart before game after deciding to sit out Jared Sullinger

Although the big day is still two weeks away, Ohio State basketball coach Thad Matta thought he was offering Bill Self, his Kansas University counterpart, glad holiday tidings prior to Saturday’s showdown in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Gary Bedore's KU basketball notebook: T-Rob picks up 'T'

Kansas University junior forward Thomas Robinson was whistled for a technical foul for yelling at a Buckeye player following a Tyshawn Taylor bucket with 8:44 left, KU up, 59-48.

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Elijah Johnson emerging at good time for KU

Now that under-appreciated Kansas University senior guard Tyshawn Taylor will miss time after he undergoes surgery to repair a torn meniscus of the right knee, it will be on Elijah Johnson to bring along freshman Naadir Tharpe.

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No asterisk needed: Gutsy Tyshawn Taylor, KU not apologetic for beating Sullinger-less Ohio State, 78-67

Ohio State sophomore sensation Jared Sullinger, who has a bad back, didn’t play in Saturday’s marquee matchup against Kansas University. KU senior point guard Tyshawn Taylor, who has a bum knee, did participate. He dished a career-high 13 assists against seven turnovers, while scoring nine points and grabbing three rebounds in the No. 13-ranked Jayhawks’ 78-67 victory over the No. 2 Buckeyes in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Tyshawn Taylor tears meniscus in right knee, will be out an estimated 1-3 weeks

Kansas guard Tyshawn Taylor will miss an estimated three weeks and is scheduled for surgery Sunday after tearing his meniscus in his right knee.

Ohio State's Jared Sullinger out for Kansas game

Ohio State forward Jared Sullinger will not play in Saturday's game against Kansas because of a back injury, CBSsports.com is reporting.

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Next job for Charlie Weis: find QB

The question came from across the table, from a friend who knows how to get to the heart of the matter.

Players welcome Charlie Weis’ idea of discipline

There will be puke buckets. Kansas offensive tackle Tanner Hawkinson didn’t remember everything from Friday morning’s team meeting with new football coach Charlie Weis, but he did recall that detail, which was promised during winter conditioning.

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Coach Charlie Weis ‘recruited’ Sheahon Zenger

Kansas University athletic director Sheahon Zenger said that Mike Leach let him know before he brought his list of 12-to-15 candidates to Chancellor Bernadette Gray-Little that Leach had found a university (Washington State) he felt would fit him better.

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Jayhawks ready for battle with No. 2 Buckeyes

Kansas University’s basketball players and 16,300 crazed fans hope the Jayhawks’ third appearance against a Top-10 team will be the charm Saturday.

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‘Power surge’: KU introduces ‘old ball coach’ Charlie Weis to fix, fire-up program

Friday evening, in Mrkonic Auditorium at Kansas University’s Anderson Family Football Complex, new KU football coach Charlie Weis was asked a variety of questions on topics ranging from his time at Notre Dame and in the huddle with Tom Brady in the NFL, to why he came to Kansas or even had interest in becoming a head coach again.

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Iowa State extends hex over Iowa with 86-76 win

Scott Christopherson volunteered to play point guard this season to help stabilize new-look Iowa State, and coach Fred Hoiberg took him up on his offer.