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Four-ward! Believe it — KU in Final Four

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self motioned wife Cindy, daughter Lauren and son Tyler onto the court as his Jayhawk players partied on the podium after an 80-67 Elite Eight victory over North Carolina on Sunday in Edward Jones Dome. “Unbelievable,” Self said as he hugged and kissed Cindy.

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AP Sources: Frank Martin takes South Carolina job

People familiar with the decision say Frank Martin has agreed to become South Carolina's next men's basketball coach.

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Thomas Robinson unanimous AP first-team All-American

Kansas forward Thomas Robinson has even more in common with Blake Griffin now. Not everything, though.

Following the Jayhawks to New Orleans? Check this out

Are you so inspired by the Jayhawk’s Sunday win over the Tar Heels that you’re ready to catch them live at the Final Four in New Orleans? Here’s a guide to help you get there, stay there, and get in the Superdome for the March 31 and April 2 games.

Ian Naismith, grandson of basketball inventor, dies at 73

There was no such thing as a casual conversation with Ian Naismith, at least in volume.

How former Jayhawks fared (March 26)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 25.

Kansas tennis falls, 6-1, to Tech

Texas Tech dominated Kansas University’s tennis team, 6-1, Sunday at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.

Baylor baseball sweeps KU series

Baylor’s Max Muncy knocked in the winning two runs in the bottom of the eighth inning as the Bears edged out Kansas University’s baseball team, 8-6, on Sunday at Baylor Ballpark.

KU softball loses finale of OSU series

Given all that Kansas University’s softball team accomplished during its weekend series with Oklahoma State, KU coach Megan Smith wasn’t about to let a little thing like a loss in the finale dampen her spirits.

Tyshawn Taylor: ‘I’m a loveable guy, man’

Kansas University senior guard Tyshawn Taylor, who scored 22 points, grabbed six rebounds, dished five assists and plucked five steals in 36 minutes in the biggest game of his life, grinned when asked if Jayhawk fans would now love him forever. He was reminded he’s had a love/hate relationship with the fans in the past.

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Four-ward! Believe it — KU in Final Four

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self motioned wife Cindy, daughter Lauren and son Tyler onto the court as his Jayhawk players partied on the podium after an 80-67 Elite Eight victory over North Carolina on Sunday in Edward Jones Dome. “Unbelievable,” Self said as he hugged and kissed Cindy.