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Jayhawks glad of outside competition

Kansas University’s basketball players may be as fired up tonight playing NCAA Div. II Pittsburg State as they would be if the foe was Pitt of the powerful ACC. That’s because the Jayhawks, who have been practicing since Oct. 2, are desperate for a game — any game — exhibition or otherwise. By Gary Bedore

Self says three-guard lineup likely to start

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self, who has tinkered with all sorts of combinations since the start of practice on Oct. 2, said the three-guard lineup of Frank Mason III, Devonté Graham and Wayne Selden Jr. will likely start Wednesday’s 7 p.m. home exhibition game against Pittsburg State. By Gary Bedore

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Inspiration: Beaty points to Royals’ rise, KU’s future

First-year Kansas University football coach David Beaty has proven to be quick to jump on an opportunity to congratulate another coach in athletics, be it a colleague, someone at a different school or even in a different league or sport. By Matt Tait

Bishop is Big 12 swimmer of week

Kansas freshman Haley Bishop has been named CollegeSwimming.com’s Big 12 Swimmer of the Week.

KU soccer earns academic honors

Five Jayhawks were named to the Academic All-Big 12 First Team for the second-consecutive year to highlight a list of eight Kansas soccer players who were recognized on the conference’s academic list when it was released Tuesday.

KU’s Rychagova headed to NYC

Kansas women’s tennis freshman Anastasiya Rychagova has been selected to participate in the 2015 United States Tennis Association (USTA)/Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) National Indoor Intercollegiate Championships. The tournament will be held at the USTA Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Flushing, New York, Nov. 15-17.

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Jayhawks glad of outside competition

Kansas University’s basketball players may be as fired up tonight playing NCAA Div. II Pittsburg State as they would be if the foe was Pitt of the powerful ACC. That’s because the Jayhawks, who have been practicing since Oct. 2, are desperate for a game — any game — exhibition or otherwise. By Gary Bedore

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 2, 2015

How former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Nov. 2, 2015