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Mario's Miracle 2: Paul Pierce returns; Mario Chalmers drills game-ending 3

Boston Celtics phenom Paul Pierce knew Saturday’s “Legends of the Phog” would be no ordinary exhibition basketball game.

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Texas A&M to join SEC in July 2012

Texas A&M is set to join Southeastern Conference, the league said Sunday, possibly signaling legal hurdles have been cleared for the Aggies to leave the Big 12.

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Ryan Broyles leads No. 1 Sooners' rally for 38-28 win

For the first time, Landry Jones found himself leading Oklahoma on Owen Field with another team in the lead.

KU women’s XC 14th; men take 15th

Kansas University’s women’s cross country team placed 14th out of 26 teams, while the KU men placed 15th of 24 teams on Saturday at the Roy Griak Invitational.

Kansas volleyball swept by Texas

Despite 14 kills from senior outside hitter Allison Mayfield and four blocks by redshirt sophomore middle blocker Caroline Jarmoc, Kansas Universty’s volleyball team fell to No. 8 Texas (20-25, 21-25, 17-25) on Saturday.

Texas earns the right to call its shots

This is now class warfare.

Legends provide relief

For the past few weeks, on a very public stage, Kansas University had been reduced to the role of second-class citizen because of the turbulent conference realignment talk that, at times, left KU in the very unfamiliar position of feeling like an outsider.

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Mario's Miracle 2: Paul Pierce returns; Mario Chalmers drills game-ending 3

Boston Celtics phenom Paul Pierce knew Saturday’s “Legends of the Phog” would be no ordinary exhibition basketball game.

Gary Woodland 11 back going into final found

Former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland slipped two spots to 23rd place Saturday after shooting a 2-over 72 in the third round.

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Gary Bedore’s Legends of the Phog notebook

Former Kansas University guard Darnell Valentine, 52, was the oldest Jayhawk to play in Saturday’s Legend of the Phog exhibition in Allen Fieldhouse.