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Jayhawks’ forte: RB James Sims returns as leader of KU’s strongest position

Coaches and analysts alike have said that running back is the strongest position on the current Kansas University football team.

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Phillies come to terms with ex-Jayhawk Colton Murray

The Philadelphia Phillies announced Monday that they have come to terms with former Kansas pitcher Colton Murray on a minor league contract after selecting the junior right-hander in the 13th round of this season’s Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft.

Kevin Young eager to bulk up at KU

Kevin Young, who committed to the Kansas University men’s basketball program on Friday, has not yet met Andrea Hudy.

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Jayhawks’ forte: RB James Sims returns as leader of KU’s strongest position

Coaches and analysts alike have said that running back is the strongest position on the current Kansas University football team.

LeBron James not greatest of all time

Read the text of Michael Jordan’s Hall of Fame induction speech to understand why Scottie Pippen might want to go out of his way to tweak his former teammate by saying LeBron James has surpassed Michael Jordan.

Big Ten commissioner highest paid

Four of college football’s six powerhouse conferences paid their top executives $1 million or more, an Associated Press analysis of tax records shows, far eclipsing the compensation of most university presidents.