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Cowboys come out hot in second half, knock off No. 8 KU

The Kansas University men's basketball team was red hot from the outside in the first half and equally as cold from everywhere to start the second half during Saturday's 67-62 loss vs. Oklahoma State at Gallagher-Iba Arena. By Mat Tait

Early Morning

Forte giving Cowboys big lift

Phil Forte III, son of the former Kansas University defensive lineman with the same name, followed in his dad’s footsteps and played football as a youngster.

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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Feb. 7, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Feb. 7, 2015

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KU women go cold late, lose to OSU

Kansas University’s women’s basketball team led visiting Oklahoma State by as many as 15 points in the first half Saturday night at Allen Fieldhouse. But OSU’s determination and interior play eventually wore down the Jayhawks in a 65-57 loss. By Benton Smith

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Column: Jayhawks not yet road warriors

The road to the Big 12 title runs through Lawrence, so many supporters of Kansas University basketball team are so proud of saying so frequently. Think about it, though. It’s the toughness and talent required to win when the Jayhawks hit the road out of Lawrence that has been the key to winning 10 consecutive Big 12 titles. By Tom Keegan

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Inside the stats: Kansas at Oklahoma State

The Kansas University basketball team’s 67-62 loss at Oklahoma State Saturday featured a number of noteworthy statistics for the Jayhawks.

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Notebook: Frank Mason whistled for 'T' in road loss

Kansas University sophomore Frank Mason III was hit with a technical foul with 2:40 left in the first half and the Jayhawks leading Oklahoma State by 11 points in what ultimately turned into a 67-62 defeat Saturday in Gallagher-Iba Arena. By Gary Bedore

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No. 8 Jayhawks go stagnant in Stillwater

Holding a comfortable 14-point lead the first half against an Oklahoma State squad playing with a flu-ridden Phil Forte, Kansas University’s basketball team sure looked as if it would tighten its stranglehold Saturday on the Big 12 Conference basketball race. Things didn’t quite turn out that way. By Gary Bedore

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Cowboys 'forget' first half, roll in second

Although the Cowboys stayed in the locker room at halftime for about 10 minutes, a 30-second message from Oklahoma State coach Travis Ford was all the Oklahoma State men's basketball team needed to turn an 11-point deficit at the break into a five-point victory over No. 8 Kansas University. By Matt Tait

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Cowboys come out hot in second half, knock off No. 8 KU

The Kansas University men's basketball team was red hot from the outside in the first half and equally as cold from everywhere to start the second half during Saturday's 67-62 loss vs. Oklahoma State at Gallagher-Iba Arena. By Mat Tait

Stigler fourth in 400

Senior Michael Stigler’s career-best time of 47.43 seconds in the 400 meters highlighted Kansas University’s first day at the Frank Sevigne Husker Track&Field Invitational on Friday.

Eight preps sign with KU baseball

Kansas University announced the signing of eight baseball players to letters of intent on Friday.

KU swimming leads Cyclones

Kansas University’s swimming and diving team jumped to a 94-56 advantage over Iowa State in its final two-day dual meet of the season Friday at Robinson Natatorium.

KU softball opens 2-0

Kansas University opened its softball season with a pair of victories Friday in the Florida Atlantic Tournament.

Kansas tennis falls to UNLV

Kansas University won at Nos. 2, 3 and 5 singles, but dropped the doubles point and the college tennis match to Nevada-Las Vegas, 4-3, on Friday.

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Ex-KU coordinator Reagan back at Penn

Former Kansas University offensive coordinator John Reagan, who served on two KU football staffs since 2005, has been named the offensive coordinator and offensive-line coach at Penn, the school announced Thursday. By Matt Tait

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Forte giving Cowboys big lift

Phil Forte III, son of the former Kansas University defensive lineman with the same name, followed in his dad’s footsteps and played football as a youngster.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Feb. 6, 2015

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Feb. 6, 2015.