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Wilt’s wonder: KU legend’s 100-point game turns 50 years old

Fifty years ago today, Joe Ruklick sat comfortably courtside in warmups, watching his friend Wilt Chamberlain play the greatest game in the greatest season ever produced by a basketball player.

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KU says Title IX satisfied in case

Kansas Athletics has filed documents that show it has satisfied a Title IX complaint lodged by a former Kansas University swimmer who had hoped to encourage the university to offer more men’s sports.

Prosecutor denies allegations of entrapment by KU basketball player accused of illegally possessing alcohol

A Douglas County prosecutor in court Friday denied that an Alcoholic Beverage Control officer used someone undercover the night he wrote Kansas University basketball player Ben McLemore a citation for minor in possession of alcohol.

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Once a scout team player, sixth-man Teahan showing skills in games

Conner Teahan — who worked so hard for four years for the opportunity to play meaningful minutes on Kansas University’s basketball team — actually panicked a bit during the 2011-12 exhibition season when his dream became a reality.

Self: Report of feud with Baylor's Drew ‘inaccurate’

The current edition of Sports Illustrated — which features a story on Baylor’s wildly successful athletic department — maintains Kansas University coach Bill Self has a problem with Bears’ coach Scott Drew.

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Wilt’s wonder: KU legend’s 100-point game turns 50 years old

Fifty years ago today, Joe Ruklick sat comfortably courtside in warmups, watching his friend Wilt Chamberlain play the greatest game in the greatest season ever produced by a basketball player.

How former Jayhawks fared (March 2)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 1.