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Kansas claims epic win in Border War finale

Thrusting his arms into the air while peering into the Allen Fieldhouse stands, Bill Self let out a primal scream as the final horn sounded in Kansas University’s 87-86 overtime victory over Missouri on Saturday afternoon.

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Gary Woodland would rather be golfing

PGA tour professional Gary Woodland had hoped to be in Arizona competing in the Accenture Match Play Chamionships in Saturday’s quarterfinals. He had no complaints about what amounted to a most memorable consolation prize.

Tight end up for grabs at Kansas

With Tim Biere graduating and hoping to catch on in the NFL, Kansas University’s football program has an opening for a starting tight end.

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'Gut check': KU faces fast, emotional turnaround

Someday, Conner Teahan will tell his grandkids about the day he went 4-for-4 from three and helped Kansas University’s basketball team overcome a 19-point second-half deficit in an 87-86 overtime victory over Missouri in Allen Fieldhouse.

Michigan defensive end Neal Page commits to KU football

Neal Page, a 6-foot-5, 220-pound senior from Seaholm High School in Birmingham, Mich., has orally committed to the Kansas football team, Rivals.com is reporting.

Jayhawk baseball loses to Miss. St.

The Kansas University baseball team fell to Mississippi State, 3-1, on Saturday at Dudy Noble Field.

Kansas tennis stays undefeated

The Kansas University tennis team remained undefeated in dual competition after defeating Drake, 6-1, on Saturday.

KU swim team fourth at Big 12 Championships

Kansas University’s swimming and diving team finished in fourth place out of five teams at the Big 12 Championships on Saturday at the Mizzou Aquatic Center.

KU softball wins 11th in a row

Kansas University’s softball team beat UNC-Wilmington twice on Saturday at the Seahawk Classic to claim its 10th and 11th straight victories.

KU women place third at Big 12 Indoor Track and Field Championship

Kansas University triple-jumper Andrea Geubelle, 400-meter sprinter Diamond Dixon and the KU women’s 4x400 relay team won first-place medals as the Jayhawks’ women’s track and field team placed third at the Big 12 Indoor Championships on Saturday.

Tiger coach laments War’s end

Missouri coach Frank Haith made it clear once again after Kansas University’s 87-86 victory over MU on Saturday: He isn’t convinced the KU-MU Border War rivalry should end after this season.

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Thomas Robinson ‘great’ against Tigers

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self had a heart-to-heart talk with junior forward Thomas Robinson on Thursday — a day after Robinson was whistled for a technical foul in the final minute of a 66-58 victory at Texas A&M.

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Kansas claims epic win in Border War finale

Thrusting his arms into the air while peering into the Allen Fieldhouse stands, Bill Self let out a primal scream as the final horn sounded in Kansas University’s 87-86 overtime victory over Missouri on Saturday afternoon.

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Border Warriors prove mettle

Big comeback against the bitter rival ends with the home team winning, and we all know what happens next. The students make like water breaking through a dam and stream onto the court, forming a sea of flailing bodies. Not here.