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KU freshman Perry Ellis: College transition tough but rewarding

Kansas University freshman Perry Ellis says the adjustment from high school to college — both in the classroom and on the basketball court — has been trying at times, but he's focused on improving. By Gary Bedore

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KU rowing adds 10 recruits

Kansas University’s rowing team announced Wednesday the signing of 10 student-athletes to letters of intent.

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Rising above: Ben McLemore elevates above adversity

What must it be like to be Ben McLemore, Kansas University basketball star, floating sky-walker, owner of a million-dollar smile and a jump shot to match? By Tom Keegan

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Four KU football players earn second-team All-Big 12 honors

The Kansas University football team won just one game all season and saw its Big 12 losing streak grow to 21 games in 2012, but the league's coaches and media members who cover the conference saw enough to name four Jayhawks to the second-team All-Big 12 postseason squad.

How former Jayhawks fared in Dec. 4 NBA games

A look at how former Kansas University players fared in Tuesday's NBA games.

KU volleyball coach Bechard, star Jarmoc win all-region awards

Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard earned the AVCA Central Region Coach of the Year award, while KU middle blocker Caroline Jarmoc was selected for the All-Central Region First Team.

KU soccer earns all-region nods

Kansas University midfielder Whitney Berry was named to the All-Central Region First Team, the National Soccer Coaches Association of America announced Tuesday.

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KU freshman Perry Ellis: College transition tough but rewarding

Kansas University freshman Perry Ellis says the adjustment from high school to college — both in the classroom and on the basketball court — has been trying at times, but he's focused on improving. By Gary Bedore

Jayhawks, Wildcats vying for juco defenders, teammates

Juco teammates Marcus Jenkins-Moore and Marquel Combs are being recruited by both the Kansas University and Kansas State football programs, but Jenkins-Moore says he's sold on KU and hopes to play with Combs again under coach Charlie Weis. By Matt Tait