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Jayhawks’ Greene looking to regain shooting touch

It’s been more than three weeks since Kansas University sophomore Brannen Greene made more than one shot in a KU basketball game. And even in that game — a Feb. 23 loss at Kansas State — Greene knocked down a pair of two-pointers.

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Bill Self: Midwest didn't get any easier overnight

Bill Self woke up Monday morning feeling the same way about the NCAA Tournament’s Midwest Regional as he did on Selection Sunday. By Gary Bedore

Veteran club: KU's opening-round foe boasts four seniors

As New Mexico State coach Marvin Menzies prepares his 15th-seeded Aggies for an 11:15 a.m. NCAA Tournament showdown with No. 2 Kansas on Friday in Omaha, Nebraska, the eighth-year head coach said he thought an experienced roster could be one of the few advantages the Aggies possess in their opening-round matchup. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks’ Greene looking to regain shooting touch

It’s been more than three weeks since Kansas University sophomore Brannen Greene made more than one shot in a KU basketball game. And even in that game — a Feb. 23 loss at Kansas State — Greene knocked down a pair of two-pointers.

NMSU’s Menzies credits mentors

All three of New Mexico State coach Marvin Menzies’ best-known mentors have guided teams to the Final Four, with two of them owning championship rings.

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Big 12 teams confident of NCAA success

For the second season in a row, the Big 12 will send seven of its 10 teams dancing in the NCAA Tournament.

KU softball rallies, 5-4

Taylor McElhaney doubled home two runs in the sixth inning, and Kansas University’s softball team rallied past Indiana State, 5-4, on Tuesday at Arrocha Ballpark.

Kansas golfers 13th in Arizona

Kansas University’s Minami Levonowich tied for 45th, and the Jayhawks finished 13th among 15 teams Tuesday in the Arizona Wildcat women’s golf invitational.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 17, 2015

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Tuesday, March 17, 2015.

Jayhawks are nation's second-most valuable college basketball team, study says

In the a national tournament to decide college basketball’s most valuable team, Kansas University isn’t the national champion, but it appears to be closing in. The KU Jayhawks are worth $35.4 million, making them the second most valuable team in the country, according to Forbes magazine’s annual rankings published this week. By Sara Shepherd

Big 12 has chance to assert dominance

The Big 12 again has seven teams in the NCAA Tournament.

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Bill Self: Midwest didn't get any easier overnight

Bill Self woke up Monday morning feeling the same way about the NCAA Tournament’s Midwest Regional as he did on Selection Sunday. By Gary Bedore

Column: WSU holds at least one tourney edge

The experience factor tends to favor the school that didn’t land big-name high school recruits, and it’s no exception here. Even in the area of NCAA Tournament experience, the Shockers have a big advantage. By Tom Keegan

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Veteran club: KU's opening-round foe boasts four seniors

As New Mexico State coach Marvin Menzies prepares his 15th-seeded Aggies for an 11:15 a.m. NCAA Tournament showdown with No. 2 Kansas on Friday in Omaha, Nebraska, the eighth-year head coach said he thought an experienced roster could be one of the few advantages the Aggies possess in their opening-round matchup. By Matt Tait

Belmont edges KU in grad-rate bracket

Kansas University’s basketball team reached the championship game of Inside Higher Ed’s 2015 NCAA Academic Tournament, falling to Belmont in “double overtime,” the publication announced.

‘Play angry’? Easy for Shockers

Wichita State should have no problem playing angry this time around.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 16, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 16, 2015