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Beaver fever: Self searching for answers on D after close win over Oregon State

After watching his guards get burned by Oregon State, Kansas coach Bill Self is considering drastic measures — and even zone defenses — following his team's 84-78 victory on Friday over Oregon State at Sprint Center. By Gary Bedore • KU coach Bill Self audio • Travis Releford and Ben McLemore audio • Box score

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Opinion: From the gridiron to the golf course, John Hadl's a gamer

Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan was able to cross off an item on his bucket list after playing a round of golf with Kansas University football great John Hadl.

Jayhawks refreshed and ready to open NCAA volleyball tourney at home

Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard gave his players extra rest in preparation for the Jayhawks’ NCAA Tournament opener tonight at Allen Fieldhouse, and his players say they can feel the difference. By Jesse Newell

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Beaver fever: Self searching for answers on D after close win over Oregon State

After watching his guards get burned by Oregon State, Kansas coach Bill Self is considering drastic measures — and even zone defenses — following his team's 84-78 victory on Friday over Oregon State at Sprint Center. By Gary Bedore • KU coach Bill Self audio • Travis Releford and Ben McLemore audio • Box score

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Kansas volleyball wins NCAA opener

Kansas University's volleyball team won its NCAA Tournament opener, 3-1, over Cleveland State on Friday night at Allen Fieldhouse.

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KUsports.com staff's Week 14 college football picks

The following are the Journal-World staffers' picks for Week 14 of the college football season.

How former Jayhawks fared in Nov. 29 NBA games

A look at how former Kansas University players fared in Thursday's NBA games.

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Jayhawks refreshed and ready to open NCAA volleyball tourney at home

Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard gave his players extra rest in preparation for the Jayhawks’ NCAA Tournament opener tonight at Allen Fieldhouse, and his players say they can feel the difference. By Jesse Newell

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Opinion: From the gridiron to the golf course, John Hadl's a gamer

Journal-World sports editor Tom Keegan was able to cross off an item on his bucket list after playing a round of golf with Kansas University football great John Hadl.

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KU's Lucas eager to see match-up with all the president's men at Oregon State

Kansas University freshman Landen Lucas was recruited heavily by the Jayhawks' next foe, Oregon State, a team coached by President Barack Obama’s brother-in-law. By Gary Bedore

Cheering on KU in the NCAA tourney? Brush up on the vernacular of volleyball

With the Kansas University volleyball team hosting the first and second rounds of the NCAA Tournament today at Allen Fieldhouse, here’s a quick glossary of some of the most popular terms that newcomers to the sport might hear tossed around at Allen Fieldhouse this weekend.

The makings of a match: FSHS coach details volleyball's key players, plays

Not all those attending this weekend’s NCAA Tournament volleyball matches at Allen Fieldhouse will be experts in the sport. Free State High School volleyball coach Nancy Hopkins has a few pointers. By Jesse Newell