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Jayhawks excited about Diallo’s debut

Perhaps the only thing that might have made the Maui Invitational title sweeter for Kansas University coach Bill Self would have been Cheick Diallo actually playing and contributing during victories over Chaminade (123-72), UCLA (92-73) and Vanderbilt (70-63).

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Cheick Diallo 'can't wait' to play for Jayhawks

But freshman wanted to suit up for Maui title game

Wearing a black, button-up KU shirt, khaki shorts and enormous blue-and-white adidas shoes, Kansas University freshman Cheick Diallo sat at the podium in the media room at the Maui Invitational with a look of relief splashed across his face. By Matt Tait

Far and away: Wayne Selden Jr. leads Jayhawks to Maui title

Junior guard matches career high vs. Vandy

Wayne Selden Jr., who has had plenty of success on the mainland, seems to take it to another level far from home. By Gary Bedore

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KU women’s hoops at a glance

Here's a look at Friday's Kansas-Northern Illinois women's basketball matchup.

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Jayhawks excited about Diallo’s debut

Perhaps the only thing that might have made the Maui Invitational title sweeter for Kansas University coach Bill Self would have been Cheick Diallo actually playing and contributing during victories over Chaminade (123-72), UCLA (92-73) and Vanderbilt (70-63).

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Seniors give KU football a foundation

During the middle of a long, challenging season, well before the Kansas University football team’s winless streak reached 11 games, the coaches needed to have a talk with their seniors.

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Tom Keegan: Snyder’s brilliance evident early

As college announcing tandems go, Gary Bender and Dick Vermeil were tough to beat. When Bender looks back on those days with ABC, his mind often drifts to a moment that with the benefit of history would reveal Vermeil as a prophet.

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Cheick Diallo 'can't wait' to play for Jayhawks

But freshman wanted to suit up for Maui title game

Wearing a black, button-up KU shirt, khaki shorts and enormous blue-and-white adidas shoes, Kansas University freshman Cheick Diallo sat at the podium in the media room at the Maui Invitational with a look of relief splashed across his face. By Matt Tait

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Far and away: Wayne Selden Jr. leads Jayhawks to Maui title

Junior guard matches career high vs. Vandy

Wayne Selden Jr., who has had plenty of success on the mainland, seems to take it to another level far from home. By Gary Bedore

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Can you dig it? KU volleyball wins

The second edition of the volleyball Sunflower Showdown between Kansas University and Kansas State teams mirrored the first, and that was perfectly fine with the Jayhawks. By Chris Duderstadt

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Matt Tait: Jayhawks embracing quality 3-point attempts

It makes little sense that, with its best shooter sitting at home back on the mainland, the Kansas University men's basketball team would roll through the field at the Maui Invitational with the three-pointer serving as the team's most dangerous weapon. By Matt Tait

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 25, 2015

Here's a look at how former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 25, 2015