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Early Morning

Traylor fired up for Windy City return

Jamari Traylor has traveled to some exotic locales in his five years at Kansas University — Bahamas, Switzerland and South Korea internationally — to go with a plethora of U.S. cities, such as Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta. Of all the flights he has boarded, none may prove as meaningful as today’s charter to Chicago, site of Tuesday’s 9 p.m., Champions Classic battle against Michigan State in the United Center. By Gary Bedore

Evening

Kansas women win opener, 72-65

Lauren Aldridge scored 17 points, and Caelynn Manning-Allen and Timeka O’Neal contributed 12 each as Kansas University opened its women’s basketball season — and Brandon Schneider opened his KU coaching career — with a 72-65 victory over Texas Southern on Sunday at Allen Fieldhouse. By Chris Duderstadt

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Diallo doesn’t make trip, Vick out due to eye injury

There was no change in the status of Cheick Diallo on Monday, Kansas University coach Bill Self told the Journal-World after the team’s arrival in Chicago.

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KU-KSU set for 3 p.m. kickoff Nov. 28

The Big 12 Conference announced Monday morning that Kansas football's season finale, Nov. 28 at home against Kansas State, would kickoff at 3 p.m. and be televised by FOX Sports 1.

KU football toughens up in red zone

All season, the knock on these Jayhawks has been that they’re too small, too slow, too weak and too inexperienced to compete. Most weeks during Kansas University’s 0-10 start to the 2015 season, that has proven true.

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Tom Keegan: Bledsoe to KU? Makes sense

The more I think about it, the more I believe that Kansas has a legitimate shot at landing Lawrence High senior defensive end Amani Bledsoe, the top local football recruit in decades. A variety of factors play into that belief. By Tom Keegan

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Traylor fired up for Windy City return

Jamari Traylor has traveled to some exotic locales in his five years at Kansas University — Bahamas, Switzerland and South Korea internationally — to go with a plethora of U.S. cities, such as Philadelphia, Washington, D.C. and Atlanta. Of all the flights he has boarded, none may prove as meaningful as today’s charter to Chicago, site of Tuesday’s 9 p.m., Champions Classic battle against Michigan State in the United Center. By Gary Bedore