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Talking toughness: Jayhawks say they’re ready to grind it out with rival KSU

Kansas University junior power forward Thomas Robinson has watched Kansas State’s basketball team on television this season ... and also studied the Wildcats in person.

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Iowa State upends Texas, 77-71

Iowa State's transfer-laden team has struggled with consistency at times this season. The newcomers didn't have any trouble carrying the Cyclones in their Big 12 debuts.

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Oklahoma State holds off Texas Tech rally, 67-59

In a game filled with newcomers to Big 12 basketball, one of the few veterans made sure Oklahoma State came out on top.

Memphis Grizzlies trade Xavier Henry to New Orleans Hornets

The 76ers are sending Marreese Speights to Memphis, the Grizzlies will move Xavier Henry to New Orleans and the Grizzlies and Hornets each will send a second-round draft pick to Philadelphia.

Weis taps Scott Holsopple as KU football's strength and conditioning coach

The past connections continue to roll in to shape Charlie Weis' future at Kansas University. Wednesday, one day after naming former Notre Dame assistant Rob Ianello as KU's wide receivers coach and recruiting coordinator, Weis hired Scott Holsopple to lead KU's strength and conditioning program.

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No. 7 Missouri routs Oklahoma 87-49

Missouri played as if its 13-0 start was no big deal. So much for Oklahoma's impressive start.

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‘Hawks kick off conference play against ‘Horns

Kansas University’s women’s basketball team is about to encounter its biggest challenge of the season.

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Charlie Weis’ defensive line a priority

When Charlie Weis was introduced as the new football coach at Kansas University in early December, he was asked how much he knew about the KU program.

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Talking toughness: Jayhawks say they’re ready to grind it out with rival KSU

Kansas University junior power forward Thomas Robinson has watched Kansas State’s basketball team on television this season ... and also studied the Wildcats in person.

Good and bad, Tyshawn Taylor is key to KU

Using your own brain to judge someone who has a different brain type invites trouble. Generally, the best approach lies in challenging yourself to look for something to appreciate about the person who thinks not at all the way you think.