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KU women upset fifth-seeded Colorado, 67-52, in first game of NCAA Tournament

The 12th-seeded Jayhawks had five players in double figures and held fifth-seeded Colorado to 25-percent shooting in a 67-52 upset over the Buffaloes on Saturday night at Coors Events Center in Boulder, Colo.

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Whew! Kansas survives big, red scare

Kansas University did not become the first No. 1-seeded team in NCAA Tournament history to lose to a 16 on Friday night in Sprint Center. The Jayhawks, however, did trail by a point at halftime before managing to do just enough to edge Western Kentucky of the Sun Belt Conference, 64-57. By Gary Bedore• Box score• Bill Self, KU players postgame audio

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KU men’s golf ties for 8th at Desert Shootout

The Kansas University men’s golf team tied for eighth place out of 16 teams on Saturday at the Desert Shootout.

BYU baseball tops Kansas, 6-3

Three errors led to three unearned runs, and Kansas University’s baseball team fell, 6-3, to BYU on Saturday at Larry H. Miller Park.

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KU women upset fifth-seeded Colorado, 67-52, in first game of NCAA Tournament

The 12th-seeded Jayhawks had five players in double figures and held fifth-seeded Colorado to 25-percent shooting in a 67-52 upset over the Buffaloes on Saturday night at Coors Events Center in Boulder, Colo.

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Kansas women to face familiar foe today

It wasn’t long ago that the women’s basketball teams at Kansas University and Colorado squared off regularly as Big 12 rivals. By Benton Smith

Notebook: Catching up with C.B. McGrath; Angel Morris on hand

Former Kansas University point guard C.B. McGrath is in his 10th year on coach Roy Williams’ North Carolina staff. By Gary Bedore• Box score• Bill Self, KU players postgame audio

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Opinion: Jeff Withey helps save day

How did the Jayhawks overcome themselves on a night they couldn’t hold onto the ball and didn’t make a single three-pointer? Well, it never hurts to have the best big man on the floor. By Tom Keegan• Box score• Bill Self, KU players postgame audio

Roy Williams reaches 700 wins as North Carolina advances to face KU

A couple of hours before Kansas University knocked off Western Kentucky on Friday, Roy Williams’ Tar Heels wrestled their way past a tough Villanova team, 78-71, to set up a much-talked-about showdown between the Jayhawks and their former coach. By Matt Tait

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Whew! Kansas survives big, red scare

Kansas University did not become the first No. 1-seeded team in NCAA Tournament history to lose to a 16 on Friday night in Sprint Center. The Jayhawks, however, did trail by a point at halftime before managing to do just enough to edge Western Kentucky of the Sun Belt Conference, 64-57. By Gary Bedore• Box score• Bill Self, KU players postgame audio

WKU laments missed chances

The Hilltoppers managed to smile about the scare they put into top-seeded Kansas University. By Matt Tait• Box score• Bill Self, KU players postgame audio

How former Jayhawks fared in March 22 NBA games

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

Snow postpones KU-BYU baseball

Due to nearly an inch of snow that fell during the morning in the Provo area, Kansas University baseball’s game against BYU scheduled for Friday was postponed. The teams will make up the game as part of a doubleheader at noon (CDT) today.

Kansas’ Gautier fires 4-under 67

Kansas University sophomore Stan Gautier tied for the second-best round of the day while shooting his collegiate-best round of 4-under 67 on Friday and helped KU drop eight strokes from its opening round to sit in a tie for 11th with one round to play at the Desert Shootout.

KU soccer tops Italian squad, 3-1

Two first-half goals from junior forward Ali Kimura helped Kansas University’s women’s soccer team emerge with a 3-1 victory over Real Meda Italia on Friday night.

KU tennis blanks Nebraska-Omaha

Kansas University’s women’s tennis team blanked Nebraska-Omaha, 7-0, on Friday, improving the 68th-rated Jayhawks’ dual-match record to 8-3.