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Fire away: Svi Mykhailiuk drains 5 from deep in Jayhawks' rout

Nobody discouraged Kansas University sophomore Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk from firing shots from beyond the arc after his 0-for-3 effort in last week’s exhibition opener against Pittsburg State. By Gary Bedore

KU finishes preseason with high-scoring victory

While all the talk around Kansas University basketball the past few days has focused on the waiting game surrounding Cheick Diallo’s eligibility, the Jayhawks looked locked in Tuesday night in a 95-59 victory over Fort Hays State.

Evening

Cheick Diallo's legal guardian hires attorney as Diallo continues battle to become eligible

Alabama-based Don Jackson explains case

The legal guardian of Cheick Diallo has hired an attorney to help in his case versus the NCAA.

Early Morning

KU hitter becoming a Payne to opponents

A 6-foot-3 freshman who started 15 times in her first season with Kansas University’s volleyball program, Kelsie Payne didn’t exactly go unnoticed in 2014. But as a sophomore, the Austin, Texas, native has gone from reliable role player to a hitter the rest of the Big 12 can’t help but fear. By Benton Smith

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Notebook: Self goes tie-less; Greene aggravates hip

Bill Self during Tuesday’s 95-59 exhibition victory against Fort Hays State did not wear a tie with his suit jacket. The Kansas University men’s basketball coach said that’s a first in his coaching career. By Gary Bedore

Men's basketball players big KU volleyball fans

As usual, several Kansas University basketball players figure to be in the Horejsi Center stands tonight when the Jayhawk volleyball team meets Texas in a 6:30 p.m., match. The winner moves into sole possession of first place in the Big 12. By Gary Bedore

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Bill Self: Lawyers fighting hard for Cheick Diallo's eligibility

Kansas University freshman basketball forward Cheick Diallo’s legal guardian, Tidiane Drame, has hired Alabama-based attorney Don Jackson to assist him as Diallo attempts to gain eligibility, Jackson told the Journal-World on Tuesday. By Gary Bedore

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Tom Keegan: KU's 'old guys' finally get it

Fort Hays State forward Dom Samac efficiently explained Tuesday night what made Kansas University such a difficult opponent. “They’re long, they’re athletic, and they’ve got a lotta old guys,” Samac said. By Tom Keegan

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Fire away: Svi Mykhailiuk drains 5 from deep in Jayhawks' rout

Nobody discouraged Kansas University sophomore Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk from firing shots from beyond the arc after his 0-for-3 effort in last week’s exhibition opener against Pittsburg State. By Gary Bedore

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KU finishes preseason with high-scoring victory

While all the talk around Kansas University basketball the past few days has focused on the waiting game surrounding Cheick Diallo’s eligibility, the Jayhawks looked locked in Tuesday night in a 95-59 victory over Fort Hays State.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 10, 2015

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 10, 2015

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Hoppin’ mad: Jayhawks preparing for angry TCU

For the second time this season, Kansas University’s football team is facing the reality of playing a ticked off opponent. By Matt Tait

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KU hitter becoming a Payne to opponents

A 6-foot-3 freshman who started 15 times in her first season with Kansas University’s volleyball program, Kelsie Payne didn’t exactly go unnoticed in 2014. But as a sophomore, the Austin, Texas, native has gone from reliable role player to a hitter the rest of the Big 12 can’t help but fear. By Benton Smith

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 9, 2015

How former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Nov. 9, 2015

Wagner leads KU bowlers

Kansas University’s Rob Wagner placed second overall and earned a spot on the all-tournament team at the Jayhawk Collegiate Challenge bowling tournament over the weekend at Royal Crest Lanes.