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New look, same Perry Ellis

Though Perry Ellis looks a bit different, his effort and productivity at World University Games practices have closely resembled that of last season, when Ellis led the Jayhawks in scoring (13.8) and rebounding (6.9). By Gary Bedore

Golden year: ‘Maturity’ key to Michael Stigler’s hurdle crown

Newly crowned 400-meter hurdle national champion Michael Stigler doesn’t have to think too hard to remember the details that led up to last weekend’s championship run because they’ve been ingrained for years. By Matt Tait

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Frank Mason, Wayne Selden lead KU Blue team to 92-91 victory in Bill Self campers game

NBA player Ben McLemore scores 29 for Red squad

Frank Mason had 30 points, while Wayne Selden hit the game-winning shot in Wednesday's camp game in Horejsi Center.

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Brandon Rush an NBA champ

Brandon Rush of the Golden State Warriors joins Clyde Lovellette and Mario Chalmers as former Kansas University basketball players to win both an NCAA title and NBA title.

Kansas athletes compile 3.0 GPA

More than half of Kansas University’s student-athletes on active rosters recorded a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher, and 31 had a perfect 4.0 as the department recorded a combined GPA of 3.0 for the spring semester.

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New look, same Perry Ellis

Though Perry Ellis looks a bit different, his effort and productivity at World University Games practices have closely resembled that of last season, when Ellis led the Jayhawks in scoring (13.8) and rebounding (6.9). By Gary Bedore

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Column: Despite odds, Open in reach for Gary Woodland

I think Gary Woodland is the best bet on the board at 100/1 odds to win the U.S. Open, which begins Thursday at Chambers Bay in Seattle. By Tom Keegan

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Golden year: ‘Maturity’ key to Michael Stigler’s hurdle crown

Newly crowned 400-meter hurdle national champion Michael Stigler doesn’t have to think too hard to remember the details that led up to last weekend’s championship run because they’ve been ingrained for years. By Matt Tait