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Jayhawks wary of UT blitzkrieg

Through six games, the University of Texas football team has recorded eight sacks and six interceptions.

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KU basketball team, Coach Self enjoy night out with 450 ladies in support of cancer treatment, research

About 450 women got the unique opportunity Thursday evening to mingle with KU basketball players and staff while enjoying wine and hors d’oeuvres. They learned some basketball moves, asked personal questions and got lots and lots of pictures and autographs. It was all part of the second annual "Ladies Night Out with Bill Self."

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KU forward Thomas Robinson hyperextends knee, could miss a few days of practice

Kansas University junior forward Thomas Robinson hyperextended his left knee in practice on Thursday and could miss a few days of practice, coach Bill Self said Thursday night.

Michael Beasley suit alleges improper benefits at K-State

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Michael Beasley says in a lawsuit that his former agent gave him and his mother improper benefits during his one season at Kansas State.

Kansas volleyball falls at Iowa State

Kansas University’s volleyball team ran into a buzzsaw Wednesday and suffered a lopsided, three-set loss at Iowa State.

Fran Fraschilla touts Bill Self for Hall of Fame

Four active college basketball coaches — Syracuse’s Jim Boeheim, UConn’s Jim Calhoun, Duke’s Mike Krzyzewski and North Carolina’s Roy Williams — already have been inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

WVU not done deal just yet

The Big 12 is still deciding: West Virginia or Louisville? Could be one or the other, or maybe neither.

Kansas’ top 11 football prospects

My guess at the best 11 NFL prospects on the Kansas University football roster, listed in reverse order with draft class in parentheses:

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Jayhawks wary of UT blitzkrieg

Through six games, the University of Texas football team has recorded eight sacks and six interceptions.

OU ‘confused’ by Big 12 Network plan

Oklahoma officials say they don’t understand how a proposed Big 12 Network could work considering that Texas already has an independent channel and the Sooners are working on one of their own.