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Column: Brannen Greene not sulking about not starring

Not long ago, Joel Embiid was the one watching Brannen Greene and the rest of his talented AAU teammates get all the playing time while he sat on the bench. They have traded roles, but Greene says he doesn't feel overlooked. Column by Tom Keegan

KU’s Black feeling the love, and feeling better, after sprain

Silence gripped Allen Fieldhouse on Monday night as Kansas University senior forward Tarik Black sat on the floor, wincing in pain after spraining his right ankle in a victory over Baylor. Black, who said he appreciated the love and concern from fans, was able to practice in non-contact drills on Thursday and is expected to play in Saturday’s contest at TCU. By Gary Bedore

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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Jan. 23

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Thursday, Jan. 23.

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Column: Brannen Greene not sulking about not starring

Not long ago, Joel Embiid was the one watching Brannen Greene and the rest of his talented AAU teammates get all the playing time while he sat on the bench. They have traded roles, but Greene says he doesn't feel overlooked. Column by Tom Keegan

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KU’s Black feeling the love, and feeling better, after sprain

Silence gripped Allen Fieldhouse on Monday night as Kansas University senior forward Tarik Black sat on the floor, wincing in pain after spraining his right ankle in a victory over Baylor. Black, who said he appreciated the love and concern from fans, was able to practice in non-contact drills on Thursday and is expected to play in Saturday’s contest at TCU. By Gary Bedore

Last year's OU win gave Kansas softball a boost

Last May 5, Kansas University’s softball team stunned top-ranked Oklahoma, 2-0. Two weeks from the start of another season, the Jayhawks still talk about it. By Matt Tait

Woodland one back at Farmers

The best score belonged to Stewart Cink. The best round belonged to Pat Perez. Tiger Woods didn’t come close to claiming either Thursday in the Farmers Insurance Open. Cink ran off three straight birdies late in his round on the easier North Course at Torrey Pines for an 8-under 64. That gave him a one-shot lead over former Kansas University golfer Gary Woodland, who also played the North Course. Perez had a 67 on the South Course, which is by far the tougher track.