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Hustle and flow: Jayhawks work for final non-conference win

Kelly Oubre Jr. remembers watching Wayne Selden Jr. disappear from the TV screen a year ago as the Kansas University guard tumbled into the Allen Fieldhouse stands to save a loose ball in a thrilling ESPN Big Monday victory over Baylor. On Sunday, KU freshman Oubre witnessed an encore from Selden up close and personal.  By Gary Bedore

Evening

Kansas recovers in second half to beat UNLV

With big-time athletes on both sides of the floor and highlight-worthy plays coming on both ends, the Kansas University men's basketball team closed out the non-conference portion of its 2014-15 schedule with a 76-61 victory over UNLV at Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday afternoon.

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Beaty focusing on depth, development

Shortly before his hiring became official in early December, new Kansas University football coach David Beaty spent countless hours watching KU games from the 2014 season and studying the roster he would inherit. By Matt Tait

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Jan. 4, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Jan. 4, 2015

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Notebook: Oubre meets up with former Vegas teammate

Kansas University freshman Kelly Oubre Jr. guarded his former Findlay Prep teammate, Rashad Vaughn, much of KU’s 76-61 win over UNLV Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse.

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KU experiencing some bumps, bruises

Kansas University sophomore Brannen Greene missed one three-pointer in his eight-minute stint in KU’s 76-61 win over UNLV on Sunday in Allen Fieldhouse. He’s been slowed by a sore neck.

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Hustle and flow: Jayhawks work for final non-conference win

Kelly Oubre Jr. remembers watching Wayne Selden Jr. disappear from the TV screen a year ago as the Kansas University guard tumbled into the Allen Fieldhouse stands to save a loose ball in a thrilling ESPN Big Monday victory over Baylor. On Sunday, KU freshman Oubre witnessed an encore from Selden up close and personal.  By Gary Bedore

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Column: Mason's unique talents carrying Kansas

If trying to figure out how Kansas University’s sophomore point guard Frank Mason III manages to finish at the rim so accurately against players a foot taller, don’t feel bad. You’re not alone. Column by Tom Keegan

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Reboundin' dooms Rebels

When UNLV coach Dave Rice watched his team knock off No. 3 Arizona in December, back in Las Vegas, he pointed to the Rebels' 13-rebound advantage on the glass as one of the biggest reasons for the upset. Sunday, during a 76-61 loss at 13th-ranked Kansas, Rice and company were on the other side of the rebounding battle and paid for it dearly. By Matt Tait

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Kansas recovers in second half to beat UNLV

With big-time athletes on both sides of the floor and highlight-worthy plays coming on both ends, the Kansas University men's basketball team closed out the non-conference portion of its 2014-15 schedule with a 76-61 victory over UNLV at Allen Fieldhouse on Sunday afternoon.

Recruit Carlton Bragg to announce college choice on Thursday

No. 14-rated player tells ESPN.com he'll pick either Kansas, Kentucky or Illinois

Blue-chip, five-star Cleveland power forward Carlton Bragg will announce his college choice at 1:45 p.m., Central time, Thursday at Villa Angela St. Joseph High School, ESPN.com’s Reggie Rankin reported on Sunday.