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FINALLY: KU, Ohio State healthy, ready for rematch

Tyshawn Taylor had trouble concentrating fully on basketball back on Dec. 10 — the afternoon of the Kansas-Ohio State game in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Jayhawks land Bishop Miege QB Montell Cozart

The quarterback parade continues for the Kansas University football team, which learned Saturday that Bishop Miege High quarterback Montell Cozart had orally committed to Charlie Weis and the Jayhawks.

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Bruce Weber to be next Kansas State coach

Bruce Weber knows that Kansas State fans may not accept him right away. That much became clear when a small rally for another coaching candidate turned into a protest of his hiring.

Jayhawk baseball falls, 3-1, to Red Raiders

Texas Tech starting pitcher Duke von Schamann limited Kansas University’s baseball team to two hits and one run in nine innings Friday as the Red Raiders beat the Jayhawks, 3-1, at Hoglund Ballpark.

How former Jayhawks fared (March 31)

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 30.

Geubelle second for KU track and field at Texas Relays

Kansas University triple-jumper Andrea Geubelle placed second on the third day of the Clyde Littlefield Texas Relays on Friday.

Texas tennis blanks KU, 7-0

Kansas University doubles partners Monica Pezzotti and Dylan Windom won KU’s only match of the day as the Jayhawks lost a dual to the Texas Longhorns, 7-0, on Friday at the Penick-Allison Tennis Center.

Sooners softball perfect vs. KU

Oklahoma All-American pitcher Keilani Ricketts threw her first career perfect game as the seventh-ranked Sooners beat Kansas, 8-0 in five innings, on Friday at Marita Hynes Field.

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Wesley has been here before

The last time Kansas University forward Justin Wesley was in the Superdome for the Final Four, he was 11 years old and there to watch his brother.

Jayhawks tickled by big stage

The elevated court in the New Orleans Superdome takes some getting used to.

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FINALLY: KU, Ohio State healthy, ready for rematch

Tyshawn Taylor had trouble concentrating fully on basketball back on Dec. 10 — the afternoon of the Kansas-Ohio State game in Allen Fieldhouse.

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‘Glue guy’ Travis Releford keeps Jayhawks calm

The clock on the locker room wall expired, and when Jordan Juenemann saw it, he and the rest of the Kansas men’s basketball players prepared to take the court for the Jayhawks’ Sweet 16 game against N.C. State.

Son Tyler Self saw success coming

Tyler Self remembers exchanging thoughts with Bill Self, Kansas University’s ninth-year coach, during one of their fairly common father-son basketball rap sessions, not long after the release of the preseason college basketball polls.

OSU’s Aaron Craft better player than coach

It’s a well known fact that Ohio State point guard Aaron Craft is the glue that holds the Buckeyes together, the motor that makes his team go, the tough-as-nails, lead-by-intensity player who would do anything to help his team win.