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Arch rivals: KU-UK an All-American reunion

Kansas University freshmen Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre Jr. won’t have to be introduced to four equally accomplished Kentucky newcomers at the Champions Classic tonight in Bankers Life Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

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NBA execs, scouts fill Bankers Life Fieldhouse for Champions Classic

More than 60 NBA execs and scouts attended Tuesday night's Champions Classic to see some highly regarded players who played in victories by Duke over Michigan State and Kentucky over Kansas University.

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Olathe native Cauley-Stein not heavily recruited by KU

Kentucky junior Willie Cauley-Stein was not recruited heavily by Kansas University.

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Kansas women hammer Texas Southern, 69-44

Chayla Cheadle came off the bench to score a game-high 15 points as Kansas University’s women’s basketball team routed Texas Southern, 69-44, on Tuesday at Allen Fieldhouse. By Chris Duderstadt

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KU offensive lineman Fusimalohi finished for the season

Injury will force left guard to miss KU's final 2 games

Senior left guard Ngalu Fusimalohi, who, last week, missed the first game of his two-year Kansas University career, is finished for the season.

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KU QB Cummings OK for Oklahoma

Kansas University quarterback Michael Cummings, for the second week in a row, played through pain in his right arm in last week's 34-30 loss to No. 5 TCU, but interim head coach Clint Bowen said Tuesday that Cummings was not dealing with anything serious.

KU volleyball adds 2 hitters

Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard announced the signing of two players to letters of intent on Monday.

KU men’s golf signs five

New Zealand prep Charlie Hillier, the 40th-ranked boys golfer according to Golfweek.com, highlights a five-member Kansas University golfing class announced Monday by coach Jamie Bermel.

KU-UK notebook: Jayhawks on Wooden list

Four Kansas players have been named to the 2014-15 John R. Wooden Award preseason top 50. They are: Cliff Alexander, Perry Ellis, Kelly Oubre Jr. and Wayne Selden Jr. By Gary Bedore

KU, UK are recruiting rivals

Kansas and Kentucky often go head-to-head in recruiting. By Gary Bedore

'Cal' addresses Kansas

UK coach John Calipari spoke Monday about KU. By Gary Bedore

KU ‘anxious’ for Classic

After dropping games to Kentucky and Michigan State in the first two editions of the Champions Classic, Kansas University’s basketball team was delighted to deck Duke last November in Chicago. By Gary Bedore

KU women preparing for ‘track meet’

As Kansas University’s women’s basketball team prepared for its game tonight against Texas Southern, the Jayhawks did so with another sport in mind. By Chris Duderstadt

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Bowen: TCU game product of hard work

Last weekend’s near-upset of No. 5 TCU brought renewed hope to a Kansas University football program that has just two games remaining in its season, Saturday at Oklahoma and next week at Kansas State. By Matt Tait

Column: Calipari system adds intrigue

Here in the first days of the college basketball season, Kentucky coach John Calipari walks that fine line that separates brilliance from madness. For that, we all owe him a debt of gratitude. By doing so, he has made November so much more interesting. By Tom Keegan

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Arch rivals: KU-UK an All-American reunion

Kansas University freshmen Cliff Alexander and Kelly Oubre Jr. won’t have to be introduced to four equally accomplished Kentucky newcomers at the Champions Classic tonight in Bankers Life Fieldhouse. By Gary Bedore

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 17, 2014

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 17, 2014