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Evening

Disney princes: Jayhawks impress in Mickey's territory

Ellis named Orlando Classic MVP

Mickey Mouse stretched to place his over-sized right hand on Perry Ellis’ shoulder as the Kansas University junior accepted Orlando Classic MVP honors on Sunday afternoon in HP Field House. By Gary Bedore

Afternoon

KU defeats Michigan State to win Orlando Classic

With another big game in the Orlando Classic, Perry Ellis cemented his spot as the tournament's Most Valuable Player and helped lead the No. 11 Kansas University men's basketball team to the early-season title with a 61-56 victory over No. 20 Michigan State.

Early Morning

No more fun and games: KU prepares for MSU

There’s no way Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self was going to drag himself away from a Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center meeting room to join his players for fun and games Friday night at Walt Disney World. By Gary Bedore

Stories

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 30, 2014

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 30, 2014

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KU volleyball to host NCAA game again ... in Topeka

For the third straight year, Kansas University's volleyball team will serve as host for the first two rounds of the NCAA Tournament.

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Notebook: Traylor clutch at foul line in final minute

Kansas University backup power forward Jamari Traylor bounced back from two sub-par showings at the Orlando Classic by scoring six points and grabbing a rebound in 15 minutes Sunday in KU’s 61-56 win over Michigan State. By Gary Bedore

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Mykhailiuk finding his way

'Svi' goes 3-for-6 from deep vs. Spartans

Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk let fly from beyond the arc just before the halftime buzzer of Kansas University's 61-56 Orlando Classic championship victory over Michigan State in HP Fieldhouse.

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Disney princes: Jayhawks impress in Mickey's territory

Ellis named Orlando Classic MVP

Mickey Mouse stretched to place his over-sized right hand on Perry Ellis’ shoulder as the Kansas University junior accepted Orlando Classic MVP honors on Sunday afternoon in HP Field House. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Lack of size doesn't hinder Mason

Sunday's Orlando Classic championship game wasn’t too physical for the shortest guy on the floor to move among the giants and come away with a game-high 10 rebounds. Column by Tom Keegan

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Izzo: 'A dead man can make a layup'

MSU coach laments blown opportunities vs. Kansas

High-flying Michigan State senior forward Branden Dawson, slowed by the flu since Monday, might have a get-well card waiting for him upon his return from East Lansing, Mich., but it won’t be from his coach, Tom Izzo. By Tom Keegan

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No. 2 Notre Dame dismantles KU women's team

Kansas University’s women’s basketball team didn’t get a chance to ease into its away-from-home schedule. Playing away from Allen Fieldhouse for the first time this season, the Jayhawks got shellacked, 89-47, by No. 2 Notre Dame, at Mohegan Sun Arena.

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KU defeats Michigan State to win Orlando Classic

With another big game in the Orlando Classic, Perry Ellis cemented his spot as the tournament's Most Valuable Player and helped lead the No. 11 Kansas University men's basketball team to the early-season title with a 61-56 victory over No. 20 Michigan State.

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No more fun and games: KU prepares for MSU

There’s no way Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self was going to drag himself away from a Gaylord Palms Resort and Convention Center meeting room to join his players for fun and games Friday night at Walt Disney World. By Gary Bedore

Jayhawks claim five-set victory

Trailing by three points midway through the fifth set against Oklahoma on Saturday afternoon, Kansas University seniors Chelsea Albers and Sara McClinton told their volleyball teammates in the huddle that they were going to fight back for the win.

Column: MSU’s Izzo, like Self, values toughness

On the brink of a big game, at least by November standards, Michigan State basketball coach Tom Izzo used his postgame news conference in the wake of an 11-point victory against undersized Marquette to let his players know how little he thinks of their toughness.