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With clinic, practices, Jayhawks 'living at the gym'

Kansas University’s basketball players, who had already completed four practices in three days — including one that started at 8:30 a.m. Sunday — returned to the Allen Fieldhouse floor to work with 500 youths for three hours Sunday afternoon. By Gary Bedore

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Self seeking ‘energy’ source

Jayhawks hope to put lackluster loss behind them

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self — who has used the words terrible, pitiful and horrific to describe the Jayhawks’ 25-point loss to Temple eight days ago — has resisted any temptation to overreact to his squad’s pre-Christmas flop in Philadelphia. By Gary Bedore

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 29, 2014

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Dec. 29, 2014

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KU women roll over Samford, 66-44

The Kansas University women's basketball team returned to Allen Fieldhouse on Monday night determined to bounce back from last week's hard-fought three-point loss at Creighton. And the Jayahwks did just that. After a slow start pretty typical of post-holiday basketball, the Jayhawks turned up the intensity on both ends of the floor and rode a balanced offensive attack to a 66-44 victory over visiting Samford.

Source: Klint Kubiak expected to join KU football staff

Another name has surfaced in the search for the identity of the rest of Kansas University football coach David Beaty's staff. According to a source, Klint Kubiak, the son of former Denver Broncos back-up quarterback and Houston Texans head coach Gary Kubiak, is expected to join the Jayhawks' staff.

Kansas-Samford women's basketball at a glance

A look at Monday's Kansas University-Samford women's basketball game.

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With clinic, practices, Jayhawks 'living at the gym'

Kansas University’s basketball players, who had already completed four practices in three days — including one that started at 8:30 a.m. Sunday — returned to the Allen Fieldhouse floor to work with 500 youths for three hours Sunday afternoon. By Gary Bedore

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Beaty already reaping rewards

KU football coach making most of relationships

In the three weeks since David Beaty was named Kansas University’s head football coach, there have been a dozen or so examples of his past and current relationships paying off in the recruiting game. By Matt Tait