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Sweating buckets: Jayhawks survive scare from NU, 63-60

It looked as if it might be time finally to wave bye-bye to Kansas University’s 68-game homecourt basketball win streak.

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Nebraska coach Doc Sadler fond of Allen Fieldhouse

Though winless there, NU coach fan of Kansas' basketball home

For the past five years, Nebraska basketball coach Doc Sadler has come into Allen Fieldhouse and gone home with a loss. The trend continued Saturday, as Kansas University held on to beat Nebraska, 63-60, and sent Sadler and the Cornhuskers out losers in their final game in Lawrence before bolting the Big 12 for the Big Ten next season.

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Selby sits and other Kansas basketball notes

Kansas University freshman Josh Selby, who had three points, four turnovers, one steal and no assists, sat the final 16 minutes. The combo guard was into the game emotionally, cheering as KU overcame a 10-point second-half deficit.

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Thomas Robinson helps KU rebound against Huskers

Kansas University forward Thomas Robinson sat on the bench most of the first half wishing he could help out his teammates against Nebraska’s big men. “It made me really, really mad,” Robinson said, “seeing that we got beat on the glass like that.”

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Sweating buckets: Jayhawks survive scare from NU, 63-60

It looked as if it might be time finally to wave bye-bye to Kansas University’s 68-game homecourt basketball win streak.

KU swimming team wins in Nebraska

The Kansas University swimming and diving team won 14 of 16 events as the Jayhawks defeated Nebraska, 180.5-114.5, Saturday in Devaney Natatorium.

Big 12 roundup: A&M edges Mizzou in OT; K-State annihilates Texas Tech

Khris Middleton squirmed as his teammates raved about his play. The sophomore forward said he doesn’t like all the attention.