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Stories for February 20, 2011

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Blame it on ’Rio: Visiting Mario Chalmers inspires Brady Morningstar in victory over Colorado

Mario Chalmers, who is spending the NBA All-Star break in Lawrence, stopped by buddy Brady Morningstar’s apartment Friday night.

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KU baseball knocks off No. 1 TCU, 4-3, in 14 innings

Kansas University junior Zac Elgie delivered a two-run double in the top of the 14th inning, leading the Jayhawks to a 4-3 victory over No. 1 TCU on Sunday afternoon in Fort Worth, Texas.

KU baseball falls at TCU

Top-ranked Texas Christian scored six runs in the final four innings to break open a tie game and rout Kansas University, 7-1, in college baseball on Saturday.

Game only downer for CU coach Tad Boyle

First, he received an unusually warm ovation from the Allen Fieldhouse crowd. Then, he caught a glimpse of himself in his No. 33 Kansas University jersey from the early 1980s during the Jayhawks’ intro video that accompanied Saturday’s starting lineups. Although that was about the point at which the welcome-home moment ended, current Colorado coach — and former KU player — Tad Boyle said he appreciated the gesture, even if it was followed by an 89-63 drubbing.

Markieff Morris helps KU put loss behind

On a day in which other college basketball giants fell, Kansas University picked itself up, and nobody did a better job of that than the giant of the starting lineup, 6-foot-9 junior Markieff Morris.

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Blame it on ’Rio: Visiting Mario Chalmers inspires Brady Morningstar in victory over Colorado

Mario Chalmers, who is spending the NBA All-Star break in Lawrence, stopped by buddy Brady Morningstar’s apartment Friday night.

Ailing Thomas Robinson works out, feels good

Kansas University sophomore forward Thomas Robinson, who had surgery on Feb. 11 to repair a torn meniscus in his right knee, worked out for an hour before the game Saturday.

Kansas softball wins 2 more, moves to 9-0

Brittany Hile hit a two-run home run, and Kendra Cullum drew a bases-loaded walk in the top of the eighth inning to help lift Kansas University’s softball team to an 11-8 victory over Stetson on Saturday evening to keep its win streak alive at 9-0, the best start in program history.

Big 12 Roundup: Nebraska knocks off No. 3 Texas

Count Texas among those impressed by Nebraska’s upset of the Longhorns.