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Kansas tennis rolls over Denver, 6-1

Kansas University lost just one singles match and one doubles match in a 6-1 tennis victory over Denver on Sunday at Jayhawk Tennis Center.

KU football recruiting draws to a close

With national signing day set for Wednesday and Kansas University’s football program still with two scholarships to hand out, the next couple of days figure to be interesting and exciting. By Matt Tait

Opinion: At this point, change is due

Nobody knows what is at the heart of senior point guard Elijah Johnson’s slump, but theories abound. By Tom Keegan

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Change of heart: Clinic helps Jayhawks put loss behind

Bill Self asked about 100 Special Olympians from the Sunflower State to do a favor for his Kansas University basketball team on Sunday in Allen Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

KU women's track third at Armory Invitational

Kansas University thrower Alena Krechyk led the KU women’s track and field team to a third-place finish on the final day of the Armory Collegiate Invitational on Saturday at the Armory Track and Field Center.

KU swim team falls to No. 18 Arkansas

Kansas University’s swimming and diving team fell to 18th-ranked Arkansas, 219-81, on Saturday at Robinson Natatorium.

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Developer, proposed Rock Chalk Park partner Thomas Fritzel involved in company that owes $3.4M in back taxes, fees

Thomas Fritzel, the key private partner in Kansas University’s proposed $50 million Rock Chalk Park, is part of an investment group that owes more than $3 million in back taxes and fees stemming from a troubled real estate project in Junction City. By Chad Lawhorn

Ex-Jayhawk has 4 stops

Kansas University senior cornerback Greg Brown recorded four tackles and three pass breakups Saturday for the Texas All-Stars as part of the Texas vs. The Nation All-Star game. The National Team defeated Team Texas, 24-13.

How former Jayhawks fared in Feb. 2 NBA games

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