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Graham working on three-point game

Kansas University’s basketball players aren’t handed stat sheets after playing in the 30-minute Bill Self campers game in Horejsi Center. Thus, they are somewhat astounded when informed by media of their unofficial totals.

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Lagerald Vick draws praise at camp

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self had the full attention of 600 youngsters as he introduced the participants in Wednesday’s current players/alumni campers game in Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore

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KU’s Conley fifth in long jump at NCAA Outdoor

Kansas University juniors Sydney Conley and Daina Levy earned All-American honors Thursday at the NCAA Outdoor track and field championships.

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Graham working on three-point game

Kansas University’s basketball players aren’t handed stat sheets after playing in the 30-minute Bill Self campers game in Horejsi Center. Thus, they are somewhat astounded when informed by media of their unofficial totals.

KU basketball stays updated on MERS

The Journal-World has been provided two medical statements — one from the head of the USA Team Medical staff and the head of the medical team for the World University Games — concerning Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome, which has caused nine deaths (and 1,800 quarantined) in South Korea.

Jayhawk takes over at Indiana

Former Kansas University tight end Lyonel Anderson, who played with the Jayhawks from 2003-04, earlier this week was named the head strength coach for Indiana University basketball.

Mundine inks with Patriots

According to ESPNBoston.com’s Mike Reiss, former Kansas University tight end Jimmay Mundine was one of three undrafted rookies to sign with the New England Patriots on Thursday. Details of the contract were not disclosed.

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Sources: KU to add UAB wide receiver Quincy Perdue via transfer

Quincy Perdue, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound wide receiver from the University of Alabama-Birmingham, will leave UAB and transfer to Kansas University for the upcoming season, sources close to the KU program confirmed to the Journal-World on Thursday morning. By Matt Tait

Kansas track off to fast start at Outdoor

Two Kansas University male pole vaulters finished in the top 15, senior Michael Stigler won his semifinal heat of the 400-meter hurdles, and Lindsay Vollmer had a career-best, top-five start to the first day of the heptathlon as the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships kicked off Wednesday at Hayward Field.

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KU keeps eye on MERS scare

Kansas University’s athletic department is aware of, and monitoring, the recent outbreak of Middle East Respiratory Syndrome in South Korea, site of the upcoming World University Games, KU associate athletic director Jim Marchiony said Wednesday. By Gary Bedore

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Lagerald Vick draws praise at camp

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self had the full attention of 600 youngsters as he introduced the participants in Wednesday’s current players/alumni campers game in Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore