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Busted: Crunch-time 'D' costs Kansas again

Call it deja vu, or a recurring nightmare or simply an unsatisfying way to conclude a Kansas University basketball game. But on Saturday, for the second time in three weeks, the Jayhawks found themselves lamenting a coast-to-coast layup that proved the difference in a gut-wrenching Big 12 Conference basketball loss. By Gary Bedore

Sooners survive scare from short-handed Kansas

Buddy Hield tip-in wins it for OU in final second

No. 9 Kansas, which already had the outright Big 12 title wrapped up, battled No. 15 Oklahoma at Lloyd Noble Center tooth and nail for 40 minutes on Saturday before Oklahoma's Buddy Hield wound up tipping in an OU miss as the buzzer sounded to give the Sooners a 75-73 victory.

Early Morning

Jayhawks look to regain shooting touch

Kansas University’s basketball team would certainly love today’s 3 p.m. rematch against Oklahoma to be a replay of KU’s first meeting against the Sooners.

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How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 7, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 7, 2015

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OU's Buddy Hield makes final case for Player of Year

If Oklahoma junior Buddy Hield felt he needed to make one more statement to help his candidacy for Big 12 Player of the Year, he picked a heck of a way to do it. By Matt Tait

Notebook: Wayne Selden Jr. plays on tender ankle

Kansas University’s starting shooting guard, sophomore Wayne Selden Jr., missed seven shots and didn’t score in 18 minutes Saturday against Oklahoma.

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Big 12 Tournament matchups set

Kansas to face K-State-TCU winner on Thursday in K.C.

After finishing the regular season with a buzzer-beater road loss at Oklahoma on Saturday, Kansas University’s men’s basketball team has five days to prepare for the Big 12 Tournament in Kansas City, Missouri. The undisputed league champions, the Jayhawks (24-7 overall, 13-5 Big 12) will have to wait until Wednesday evening to find out who they will play in the tournament quarterfinals.

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Brannen Greene likely to return this week; Perry Ellis 'fine'

Kansas University guard Brannen Greene was suspended for Saturday’s game against Oklahoma by coach Bill Self. Self also provided an update on junior forward Perry Ellis, who has a sprained right knee that kept him out of Saturday’s game.

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Bill Self: A negative ruling on Cliff Alexander would keep him out of NCAAs

Kansas University freshman Cliff Alexander did not make the trip to Oklahoma Saturday for the Jayhawks’ 75-73 setback, because of his issue with the NCAA that has been described as a possible extra benefit situation involving an agent and Alexander’s family. Before Saturday’s game, Yahoo!Sports reported that Cliff’s “family” met with agents last August and his mom, Latillia, made a public filing in August tying her to a financial firm. By Gary Bedore

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Column: Jayhawks as tough to figure out as ever

Is this the worst team among Bill Self's 11 Big 12 champions at Kansas? Probably not. Hardest to figure out? Yep. Most inconsistent? You bet. Toughest to predict? Absolutely. Saturday's road loss to the Sooners was all the proof you needed of that. By Matt Tait

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Busted: Crunch-time 'D' costs Kansas again

Call it deja vu, or a recurring nightmare or simply an unsatisfying way to conclude a Kansas University basketball game. But on Saturday, for the second time in three weeks, the Jayhawks found themselves lamenting a coast-to-coast layup that proved the difference in a gut-wrenching Big 12 Conference basketball loss. By Gary Bedore

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Sooners survive scare from short-handed Kansas

Buddy Hield tip-in wins it for OU in final second

No. 9 Kansas, which already had the outright Big 12 title wrapped up, battled No. 15 Oklahoma at Lloyd Noble Center tooth and nail for 40 minutes on Saturday before Oklahoma's Buddy Hield wound up tipping in an OU miss as the buzzer sounded to give the Sooners a 75-73 victory.

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Greene suspended for KU game at OU

Jayhawks short-handed for regular season finale

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self said earlier today on the pregame radio show with Bob Davis that sophomore guard Brannen Greene would not play in today's 3 p.m. game at Oklahoma after Greene was suspended "for being irresponsible."

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 6, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 6, 2015

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Jayhawks look to regain shooting touch

Kansas University’s basketball team would certainly love today’s 3 p.m. rematch against Oklahoma to be a replay of KU’s first meeting against the Sooners.