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Kansas volleyball tickled to host NCAAs again

Even though the Jayhawks knew they were in the NCAA Tournament field, waiting until the waning moments of the selection show to find out for sure made for some anxious moments. By Matt Tait

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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 2

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Monday, Dec. 2.

KU lands commitment from juco offensive lineman Keyon Haughton

Kansas University coach Charlie Weis and the KU football program on Monday picked up an oral commitment from Georgia Military offensive lineman Keyon Haughton, a 6-2, 300-pound lineman who visited campus over the weekend and picked Kansas after visiting with Weis on Monday morning.

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Embiid named Big 12 newcomer of the week

Kansas University freshman Joel Embiid became the second Jayhawk to win Big 12 newcomer of the week honors this season, joining freshman wing Andrew Wiggins, who was won the award Nov. 18.

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KU finale end for Grunhard

Saturday’s 31-10 loss to Kansas State at Memorial Stadium marked Kansas University offensive-line coach Tim Grunhard’s final game as a member of the KU coaching staff. By Matt Tait

Bill Self ‘frustrated’ in Battle’s aftermath

Kansas University’s basketball players, coaches and family members, who endured a couple days of cloudy, rainy weather during their 41⁄2-day trip to the Bahamas, took advantage of a glorious, 80-degree, sunny Sunday morning before leaving the Atlantis resort at 1 p.m. for a return trip home. By Gary Bedore

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Kansas volleyball tickled to host NCAAs again

Even though the Jayhawks knew they were in the NCAA Tournament field, waiting until the waning moments of the selection show to find out for sure made for some anxious moments. By Matt Tait

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Opinion: Joel Embiid proves worth to KU

Freshman center Joel Embiid, who has emerged as KU’s most dominant, most important player, must learn how to stay out of foul trouble. By Tom Keegan