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Jayhawks: ‘There’s nothing to celebrate’

Kansas State’s basketball players and coaches clipped the nets before about 3,000 fans Monday in Bramlage Coliseum in celebration of the school’s first men's conference hoops championship since 1977. There was no such commotion at Kansas University. By Gary Bedore

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How former Jayhawks fared in March 11 NBA games

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

KU soccer adds exhibition

Kansas University’s soccer team will play an exhibition contest against the National Women’s Soccer League’s (NWSL) FC Kansas City on March 30.

KU diver Christy Cash 36th at zone

Kansas University senior Christy Cash placed 36th in the three-meter event at the NCAA Zone Diving Championships on Monday.

Kansas OF Michael Suiter player of week

Kansas University outfielder Michael Suiter was named Big 12 Baseball Player of the Week.

Eleven Jayhawks get track All-America nod

Kansas University’s women’s track-and-field team had a program-best 11 athletes named first- or second-team All-Americans, it was announced Monday by the U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA).

Big 12 hoops title part of big year for K-State

It has been a banner year for Kansas State sports.

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Jump for joy: KU’s Andrea Geubelle relishes Indoor titles

The last time Andrea Geubelle was at an NCAA Track and Field Championships, she thought she had won another individual title but later learned she hadn’t. Friday, she thought she hadn’t won and later learned she had. By Andrew Hartsock

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Kansas WR Justin McCay out to prove himself

Based on fan reaction, one of the biggest surprises regarding the Kansas University football program’s pre-spring depth chart was junior Justin McCay’s listing as the second-string X receiver. By Matt Tait

Opinion: Big 12 better than it seemed

Coaches don’t need to oversell because it’s obvious the Big 12 is loaded, so much better than it looked during the nonconference season. By Tom Keegan

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Jayhawks: ‘There’s nothing to celebrate’

Kansas State’s basketball players and coaches clipped the nets before about 3,000 fans Monday in Bramlage Coliseum in celebration of the school’s first men's conference hoops championship since 1977. There was no such commotion at Kansas University. By Gary Bedore