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Fatherhood’s end, beginning transform KU TE Mundine

Rather than succumb to sadness after his father died, Kansas University tight end Jimmay Mundine used the tragedy as the catalyst to become a better man. By Matt Tait

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KU QB Jake Heaps headed to Miami

2013 starter will join the Hurricanes after graduating from KU in late June

Two days after the Kansas University football program announced that Jake Heaps was graduating and transferring, the Jayhawks' 2013 starting quarterback confirmed to the Journal-World that he was headed to play for the Miami Hurricanes.

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KU football lands 5 juco commitments during busy weekend

Always in search of upgrading the talent at his team's positions of greatest need, Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis enjoyed a productive weekend on the recruiting trail.

Column: Wind woes bend, don't break Woodland at Open

Gary Woodland yanked his tee shot left, deep into the waste area that hugs the fairways at Pinehurst No. 2, up against a fence, in among the pine trees. From there, Woodland’s round went backward. Literally. Column by Tom Keegan

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Possible top pick Embiid kills lyin’ once and for all

Former Kansas University player Joel Embiid is projected to go first overall in the June 26 NBA Draft, according to a five-expert panel in the latest issue of ESPN the Magazine, which also gets to the bottom of the 7-footer's tall tale about a lion in Cameroon. Basketball notes by Gary Bedore

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Fatherhood’s end, beginning transform KU TE Mundine

Rather than succumb to sadness after his father died, Kansas University tight end Jimmay Mundine used the tragedy as the catalyst to become a better man. By Matt Tait