Stories for March 25, 2012


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Arch rivalry: Thomas Robinson keeps KU focused — on Heels

Thomas Robinson was tempted to start a food fight with Kansas University basketball teammate/best buddy Tyshawn Taylor during brunch Saturday in a ballroom at the Hyatt Regency at the Arch Hotel.

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KU players know it pays to listen to Bill Self

Not a single McDonald’s all-American on the roster, a first for Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self since he left Tulsa. Just one returning starter on a team that lost two lottery picks and another NBA draft choice. The two top recruits declared academically ineligible for the season.

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Roy Williams, Tar Heels hurting after loss to Kansas

North Carolina men's basketball coach Roy Williams had been in this position before. More times than he would care to count, in fact.

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UNC confirms that point guard Kendall Marshall will not play Sunday against KU

North Carolina starting point guard Kendall Marshall will not play against Kansas and also will not be in uniform, UNC officials confirmed about an hour before Sunday's game.

Jayhawk rowers lose to Clemson

The Clemson Tigers swept the Kansas University rowing team in a road dual on Saturday.

Kansas men’s golf places 8th in Ariz.

Kansas University men’s golfer Chris Gilbert carded a 2-under 70 to finish in a tie for ninth place on Saturday after the final day at the Desert Shootout.

KU women’s golf finishes 14th

The Kansas University women’s golf team finished in 14th place out of 15 teams after the final day of the Mountain View Invitational on Saturday.

Kansas tennis loses dual with Baylor, 4-3

Kansas University’s tennis team fell to 13th-ranked Baylor, 4-3, on Saturday at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.

Baylor baseball rocks KU in shutout

Baylor rocked Kansas University starting pitcher Thomas Taylor for 12 hits and eight earned runs in five innings as BU baseball shut out KU, 9-0, on Saturday at Baylor Ballpark.

KU softball beats OSU for milestone win

Kansas University softball coach Megan Smith collected her 200th career win as KU took down Oklahoma State, 3-2, Saturday at Arrocha Ballpark.

How former Jayhawks fared (March 25)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 24.

KU track and field opens outdoor season

The Kansas University women’s track and field team took first and the men’s team placed second on Saturday in KU’s outdoor-season opener at the Baker Relays.

KU notebook: Bill Self praises predecessor Roy Williams

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self publicly praised his predecessor, North Carolina’s Roy Williams, on Saturday at Edward Jones Dome.