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Opinion: Wayne Selden working hard for KU

Wayne Selden is all about right now, and that as much as anything is why he has such a bright basketball future. By Tom Keegan

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Self sees matchup options with big backcourt

At least one thing stands out when evaluating Kansas University’s possible starting lineup of 5-foot-11 Naadir Tharpe, 6-5 Wayne Selden, 6-8 Andrew Wiggins, 6-8 Perry Ellis and 6-9 Tarik Black. It’s one, fairly tall unit — sure to provide matchup problems for opposing coaches. By Gary Bedore

Bittersweet, Caroline: Jarmoc tops KU volleyball record book in loss to ISU

Kansas University volleyball's Caroline Jarmoc became the school’s all-time leader in blocks on Wednesday in Horejsi Center, but the Jayhawks lost to Iowa State in five sets. By Gary Bedore

Stories

KU grad rates ‘good’ again

Kansas University’s athletic department just missed tying the school record for collective graduation by earning a Graduation Success Rate score of 84 percent.

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Kansas center Gavin Howard completes cycle

Shortly after he received word that he would become Kansas University’s new starting center a few weeks ago, Gavin Howard texted his best friend to brag a little. By Jesse Newell

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Opinion: Wayne Selden working hard for KU

Wayne Selden is all about right now, and that as much as anything is why he has such a bright basketball future. By Tom Keegan

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Self sees matchup options with big backcourt

At least one thing stands out when evaluating Kansas University’s possible starting lineup of 5-foot-11 Naadir Tharpe, 6-5 Wayne Selden, 6-8 Andrew Wiggins, 6-8 Perry Ellis and 6-9 Tarik Black. It’s one, fairly tall unit — sure to provide matchup problems for opposing coaches. By Gary Bedore

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Jayhawks hope Pierson return can spark offense

A lot of analysis has gone into exploring what is wrong with Kansas University’s struggling passing game. But it should come as no surprise that two of the Jayhawks’ worst passing performances came during the games when their leading receiver, junior Tony Pierson, was out with an injury. By Matt Tait

Opinion: Cozart has QB skills, swagger

True freshman quarterback Montell Cozart has not been made available for interviews since his name first appeared on the Kansas University football depth chart nine days ago. He did make an appearance at an Aug. 21 interview session, where he revealed himself to be smart, confident and blessed with youthful innocence, so excited to be part of a college football program close to home. Column by Tom Keegan

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Bittersweet, Caroline: Jarmoc tops KU volleyball record book in loss to ISU

Kansas University volleyball's Caroline Jarmoc became the school’s all-time leader in blocks on Wednesday in Horejsi Center, but the Jayhawks lost to Iowa State in five sets. By Gary Bedore