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Wiggins wakes up, helps Kansas top Fort Hays State, 92-75 in exhibition finale

Andrew Wiggins-watchers had to wonder what the heck was going on late in the first half as Kansas University’s basketball team built a 22-point lead over Fort Hays State on Tuesday night with the freshman phenom scoring nary a point. By Gary Bedore

Opinion: Catching up: Jamari Traylor growing into his role

Jamari Traylor joined Kansas University’s perennial-powerhouse basketball program and in many ways it was as if practices were in English and he spoke a foreign language. He possessed the raw athletic ability, but didn’t have the background to apply those skills with as much purpose as the basketball lifers who surrounded him daily. By Tom Keegan

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Men's basketball notebook: Self says he's not leaning toward red-shirts

Things could change in the next couple days, but as of 10:30 p.m., Tuesday, there were no plans to red-shirt any of Kansas University’s basketball players during the 2013-14 season. By Gary Bedore

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Opinion: Like so many before him, KU point guard Mason impresses early

It happens nearly every year. A freshman plays a terrific game against a Div. II team in an exhibition and I raise my expectations to the moon, conveniently forgetting that the overmatched opponent might have had something to do with it. By Tom Keegan

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Wiggins wakes up, helps Kansas top Fort Hays State, 92-75 in exhibition finale

Andrew Wiggins-watchers had to wonder what the heck was going on late in the first half as Kansas University’s basketball team built a 22-point lead over Fort Hays State on Tuesday night with the freshman phenom scoring nary a point. By Gary Bedore

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No knockout here: Fort Hays State coach pleased with team's fight

Fort Hays State may have left Allen Fieldhouse with a loss on Tuesday night, but men's basketball coach Mark Johnson was pleased that his team avoided being hit with KU's hay-makers.

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KU football releases 2014 schedule

The Kansas football team will once again end the 2014 regular season against its biggest rival.