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Wait and see: KU must sweat out NCAA seed

Senior point guard Tyshawn Taylor spoke up, breaking the silence in a somber Kansas University basketball locker room Friday night in Sprint Center. “I just told my team once coach walked out that everybody should be disappointed because we shouldn’t have lost,” Taylor said after the Jayhawks’ 81-72 Big 12 tournament semifinal setback to Baylor.

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Baylor bomber’s treys sink KU

It might not have been a career night for Baylor guard Brady Heslip in the box score, but it definitely was as important a night as he ever had experienced.

How former Jayhawks fared (March 10)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 9.

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Final, not MU, on KU’s minds

There will be no third meeting between Kansas and Missouri this college basketball season ... unless the squads meet in the NCAA Tournament.

Jayhawks place at track nationals

Kansas University long jumpers Francine Simpson and Andrea Geubelle took sixth and eighth places respectively on Friday at the NCAA Indoor Track and Field Championships.

KU tennis loses 5-2 to Oklahoma

Kansas University’s tennis team lost its third straight dual, 5-2, to Oklahoma on Friday at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.

Jayhawks most disappointed in ‘D’

Kansas University guard Conner Teahan was honest when asked what contributed most to his team’s poor defensive effort Friday against Baylor. “I guess airheadedness,” the senior said following KU’s 81-72 loss in the Big 12 semifinals. “I know that there were times where people were not knowing what defense we were in or what we were doing — like, ‘Are we trapping the post or not trapping the post?’”

KU baseball splits doubleheader

The Kansas University baseball team split a doubleheader against Stony Brook on Friday at the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome.

Jayhawk softball team wins, 17-1, ties school record

Five Kansas University softball players hit home runs as KU beat down Delaware State, 17-1, on Friday at the Osprey Classic and tied a 1992 school record for consecutive wins, with 17.

If foe looks good, Kansas doesn’t

Nothing about the way the teams looked sharing the Sprint Center court made it seem as if the guys who lost were the ones who won the conference and the guys who won were seeded fourth after finishing four games out of first place during an 18-game schedule.

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Wait and see: KU must sweat out NCAA seed

Senior point guard Tyshawn Taylor spoke up, breaking the silence in a somber Kansas University basketball locker room Friday night in Sprint Center. “I just told my team once coach walked out that everybody should be disappointed because we shouldn’t have lost,” Taylor said after the Jayhawks’ 81-72 Big 12 tournament semifinal setback to Baylor.