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Column: Know who’s perfect 6th man?

Two starters return from last year’s Kansas University basketball team, but a surplus of starter-caliber players, not a shortage, makes projecting which five will make the most starts together a tricky proposition. By Tom Keegan

Prep Jaylen Brown singles out Self, Calipari

Jaylen Brown, the No. 2-ranked basketball prospect in the country who will be attending Friday’s Late Night in the Phog, recently completed in-home visits with coaches from five schools — Kansas University, Kentucky, UCLA, Georgia and Georgia Tech. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Jayhawks’ Graham exudes confidence

All sorts of modifiers capture different types of confidence, ranging from “quiet” to “obnoxious.” “Classy” is the best word to put in front of confidence as it relates to Kansas University freshman point guard Devonté Graham.

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Kansas seeking ways to get Pierson more touches

When you own a Ferrari, taking the bus is not quite as fulfilling. That’s the epidemic plaguing the Kansas University football team five games into the 2014 season, with senior Tony Pierson stuck in neutral and the rest of the offense struggling around him.

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KU’s starting lineup in flux

As one might expect, Kansas University’s starting lineup is up for grabs a mere four practices into the 2014-15 basketball season.

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Henrickson eager for start of women's basketball practice

Kansas women’s basketball coach Bonnie Henrickson could not be much more eager about her team’s first day of practice today: not only to officially put last season behind her, but to see how her senior- and freshman-laden squad comes together.

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Prep Jaylen Brown singles out Self, Calipari

Jaylen Brown, the No. 2-ranked basketball prospect in the country who will be attending Friday’s Late Night in the Phog, recently completed in-home visits with coaches from five schools — Kansas University, Kentucky, UCLA, Georgia and Georgia Tech. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Know who’s perfect 6th man?

Two starters return from last year’s Kansas University basketball team, but a surplus of starter-caliber players, not a shortage, makes projecting which five will make the most starts together a tricky proposition. By Tom Keegan