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Antlers get one last chance to rattle KU

Since 1976, there has been one constant in the Kansas-Missouri men’s basketball games played in Columbia, Mo. That’s the presence of MU’s loud — some might call it obnoxious — student cheering section known as “The Antlers.”

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C.B. McGrath: Mizzou memories not all pleasant

KU versus Mizzou. Where do I begin? I don’t know if I will be politically correct with this topic even though I have been away from the rivalry for almost nine years. I have a ton of memories from pretty much every perspective.

Ryan Robertson: ‘I will miss the rivalry’

Let me start by saying I’m a “Big Eight Guy.” I was born in Oklahoma and cheered for the Billy Tubbs’ Sooners. I went to OSU football games and watched Barry Sanders live. My parents met at K-State, where my dad played football. I went to high school and live in Missouri. And, obviously, I played basketball at Kansas.

KU women hope to open second half hot

Nine games in and with nine games to go, Kansas University’s women’s basketball team opens the second half of Big 12 Conference play at 7 tonight, when it travels to Texas A&M to take on the 18th-ranked Aggies at Reed Arena in College Station, Texas.

MU proof numbers mislead

One particular number on the Missouri stat sheet illustrates just how powerfully basketball numbers mislead.

Jayhawks in the NBA (Feb. 3)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Feb. 3.

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Antlers get one last chance to rattle KU

Since 1976, there has been one constant in the Kansas-Missouri men’s basketball games played in Columbia, Mo. That’s the presence of MU’s loud — some might call it obnoxious — student cheering section known as “The Antlers.”