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Column: Will Self keep Kansas playing faster?

Having innate ability to control situations that easily could spin chaotically out of control is one of the qualities that makes good coaches successful.

KU’s Aldridge sets sights on coaching

Kansas University sophomore Lauren Aldridge is educated enough to know that Becky Hammon being named the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs summer-league team in Las Vegas is not the most groundbreaking moment in her sport’s history.

Early Morning

Warm welcome: About 1,000 fans cheer gold medalists

The theme song from “Rocky” and Queen’s “We Are The Champions” played on the sound system at Kansas University’s Hoglund Ballpark at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday as the Jayhawks’ World University Games gold-medal-winning basketball team exited the team bus, then marched through a gate toward the pitcher’s mound. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Will Self keep Kansas playing faster?

Having innate ability to control situations that easily could spin chaotically out of control is one of the qualities that makes good coaches successful.

Tease photo

KU’s Aldridge sets sights on coaching

Kansas University sophomore Lauren Aldridge is educated enough to know that Becky Hammon being named the head coach of the San Antonio Spurs summer-league team in Las Vegas is not the most groundbreaking moment in her sport’s history.

Kansas softball adds assistant

T.J. Hubbard, who spent the past two seasons as associate head softball coach for Louisiana, has joined Kansas University’s softball staff as KU’s hitting coach, Kansas head coach Megan Smith announced Wednesday.

Tease photo

Warm welcome: About 1,000 fans cheer gold medalists

The theme song from “Rocky” and Queen’s “We Are The Champions” played on the sound system at Kansas University’s Hoglund Ballpark at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday as the Jayhawks’ World University Games gold-medal-winning basketball team exited the team bus, then marched through a gate toward the pitcher’s mound. By Gary Bedore