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Julian Wright fired up for Legends exhibition

Former Kansas University basketball forward Julian Wright, who speaks in rapid-fire sentences, was rendered speechless Friday afternoon upon entering the Jayhawks’ shiny, new practice facility for the first time.

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KU women’s hoops recruits in town

Kansas University’s women’s basketball team will have several high school prospects in town this weekend on recruiting visits. They are: Taya Reimer, 6-foot-2 center,

Matt Tait's KU football notebook: KU already aware of talented Texas Tech QB

Although Kansas University’s football team won’t face them for another week, the Texas Tech Red Raiders already have the Jayhawks’ attention.

Interim Big 12 commish Chuck Neinas delivers strong introduction

Think Josh Selby versus USC. That’s how strong interim Big 12 commissioner Chuck Neinas’ introduction to the media was Friday during an early-evening conference call that lasted about 40 minutes.

No. 2 OSU upends KU soccer

Junior Whitney Berry scored in the 77th minute, but Kansas University suffered a 5-1 soccer loss to No. 2-ranked Oklahoma State on Friday night in the Big 12 Conference opener for both teams.

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Julian Wright fired up for Legends exhibition

Former Kansas University basketball forward Julian Wright, who speaks in rapid-fire sentences, was rendered speechless Friday afternoon upon entering the Jayhawks’ shiny, new practice facility for the first time.

Adam Scott leads, Gary Woodland 21st at Tour Championship

Adam Scott is playing well enough to win the Tour Championship. With a little help, he could win a lot more.

No. 7 Cowboys look for 4 in row vs No. 8 Texas A&M

When No. 7 Oklahoma State meets eighth-ranked Texas A&M today, it will be the first Top 10 matchup at Kyle Field since 1975.

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No. 1 Sooners seek redemption in Missouri rematch

The rush onto the field was a long hoped-for release for Missouri fans, a celebration of a monumental upset after so much heartache over the years — and so much recently against Oklahoma. The Sooners haven’t forgotten.