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Column: Celebration turns ugly with aggressive court-storming

For Kansas State, Big Monday's Sunflower Showdown was a beautiful victory against favored in-state rival Kansas, 70-63. And then the students, taking advantage of lax security, stormed the court. In a blink, the scene of highly entertaining basketball theater grew ugly, unnecessarily dangerous. By Tom Keegan

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Self, Zenger address court-storming incident

KU coach credits Bruce Weber for trying to help him exit court

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self was pinned against the Bramlage Coliseum scorer’s table by a mob of Kansas State students, opposing coach Bruce Weber shoving folks out of the way to help his counterpart to safety.

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K-State court-storming drawing reviews from several organizations

The Big 12 Conference, both Kansas University and Kansas State University, as well as the K-State Police Department all have spent the early part of Tuesday reviewing the court-storming scene that turned wild following the K-State men's basketball team's 70-63 upset victory over No. 8 Kansas Monday night at Bramlage Coliseum.

Kansas women’s golf tied for 10th

Kansas University senior women’s golfer Minami Levonowich shot a team-best 2-over 74 Monday during the second round of the Allstate Sugar Bowl Intercollegiate as the Jayhawks moved to a tie for 10th place in the team race.

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KU’s JaCorey Shepherd relishes combine experience

Former Kansas University cornerback JaCorey Shepherd on Monday at the NFL scouting combine in Indianapolis did not have the same kind of breakout day his former teammate Ben Heeney did a day earlier. By Matt Tait

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Column: Celebration turns ugly with aggressive court-storming

For Kansas State, Big Monday's Sunflower Showdown was a beautiful victory against favored in-state rival Kansas, 70-63. And then the students, taking advantage of lax security, stormed the court. In a blink, the scene of highly entertaining basketball theater grew ugly, unnecessarily dangerous. By Tom Keegan