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Jayhawks won't celebrate Big 12 title just yet

Kansas University’s men’s basketball players won’t break out the T-shirts and hats until the day they wrap up the undisputed 2013-14 Big 12 regular-season championship. By Gary Bedore

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KU women fall to K-State, 76-68

21-0 first-half hole dooms Jayhawks

A 21-0 deficit during the game's first six minutes proved to be too much for the Kansas University women's basketball team to overcome in a 76-68 loss to Kansas State on Wednesday night at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

No. 6-ranked recruit Myles Turner to visit KU for Texas Tech game

Big man recruit Myles Turner will visit Kansas University, Rivals.com reports.

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New KU track at Rock Chalk Park honored with distinct label

Kansas University officials announced Wednesday that the track surface at Rock Chalk Park will be recognized by the International Association of Athletics Federations (IAAF) as the fifth Class I Certified track on United States soil, and will be one of only 105 in the entire world.

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Jayhawks won't celebrate Big 12 title just yet

Kansas University’s men’s basketball players won’t break out the T-shirts and hats until the day they wrap up the undisputed 2013-14 Big 12 regular-season championship. By Gary Bedore

Big 12 honors 9 Jayhawks in swimming/diving

Nine Kansas University representatives were named to the Swimming and Diving Academic All-Big 12 first- and second-teams, the league announced Tuesday.

KU baseball moves series

Kansas University’s scheduled baseball home opener has been moved away from home, but KU still will be considered the “home” team.

Gooden, Wizards agree on 10-day contract

Drew Gooden has agreed to join the Washington Wizards on a 10-day contract.

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KU women: KSU ‘biggest game of the year’

The Kansas University women’s basketball team has reached the point of the year when every remaining game magically transforms into the Jayhawks’ biggest game of the season. Tonight’s 7 p.m. matchup with Kansas State at Allen Fieldhouse might have been that anyway. By Matt Tait