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Bill Self: Kansas hoops lineup coming clear

If everybody stays healthy — and produces as expected — Kansas University’s starting basketball lineup might not change much during the course of the 2013-14 season. By Gary Bedore

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It’s go time: Andrew Wiggins, KU to debut tonight

Andrew Wiggins, who arrived on Kansas University’s campus on June 15 for the start of his one-year college adventure, has picked up plenty of pointers from his new coaches and teammates. By Gary Bedore

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Cole, Hawkins step up for KU women

Kansas University’s Lamaria Cole was the first point guard on the floor during five-on-zero drills Monday, racing up the court while leading her teammates in the fast-break exercise. It’s quite a change from a year ago. By Jesse Newell

KU women’s golf leading Palmetto

Kansas University’s Minami Levonowich and Pornvipa Sakdee shot 2-over 74s in the first round of the Palmetto Intercollegiate on Sunday at the par-72 Turtle Point Golf course, an event suspended due to darkness.

Kansas soccer falls to OSU

Kansas University’s offensively challenged soccer team suffered its 10th shutout loss of the season, a physical 2-0 setback Sunday at Oklahoma State that had 31 fouls and seven cards issued.

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Veterans, rookies alike keep KU positive

Saturday night’s 59-14 loss to sixth-ranked Baylor marked the 11th time in the past four seasons that Kansas University’s football team had given up 50 points or more in a game and the sixth loss of at least 45 points during that same stretch. By Matt Tait

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Bill Self: Kansas hoops lineup coming clear

If everybody stays healthy — and produces as expected — Kansas University’s starting basketball lineup might not change much during the course of the 2013-14 season. By Gary Bedore

Opinion: Ex-coach says Woodland puts on ‘amazing’ display

Three weeks ago today, former Kansas University golf coach Ross Randall received a call from his greatest-ever player, Gary Woodland, wondering if he would like to watch him play nine holes at Alvamar public. “It was the most amazing nine holes of golf I had ever seen,” said Randall. By Tom Keegan