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GAMEDAY BREAKDOWN: A look at Saturday's Kansas-Iowa State football game

A game-day breakdown of Kansas University’s game Saturday at Iowa State By Matt Tait

Early Morning

Column: ‘Svi’ no longer new kid in town

Kansas University basketball media day, 2014: The youngest college basketball player in the nation sat on his assigned chair — eyes a little wide, expression on the reserved side — doing his best to answer the questions sent his way. By Tom Keegan

Waiting game: Diallo ‘thrilled’ to be back on court

Cheick Diallo, the media learned Thursday, likes to talk about his lifelong love of soccer and dislikes discussing more depressing topics — like his ongoing basketball eligibility case with the NCAA. By Gary Bedore

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GAMEDAY BREAKDOWN: A look at Saturday's Kansas-Iowa State football game

A game-day breakdown of Kansas University’s game Saturday at Iowa State By Matt Tait

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Column: ‘Svi’ no longer new kid in town

Kansas University basketball media day, 2014: The youngest college basketball player in the nation sat on his assigned chair — eyes a little wide, expression on the reserved side — doing his best to answer the questions sent his way. By Tom Keegan

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Waiting game: Diallo ‘thrilled’ to be back on court

Cheick Diallo, the media learned Thursday, likes to talk about his lifelong love of soccer and dislikes discussing more depressing topics — like his ongoing basketball eligibility case with the NCAA. By Gary Bedore

KU hoops notebook: Dealing with player-eligibility cases 'frustrating'

Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self was asked if dealing with player-eligibility cases has been “frustrating.” The Jayhawks are awaiting word from the NCAA Eligibility Center on Cheick Diallo’s status for the season. By Gary Bedore

Returning Kansas runners eager to compete at Rim Rock again

Rim Rock Farm, the home course for Kansas University’s cross country team, has its fair share of hills, valleys, twists and turns. The terrain of the course has a symbolic meaning for two Jayhawk cross country runners, who are closing in on their return to KU’s home course Saturday for the Rim Rock Classic after sitting out the 2014 season due to nagging injuries. By Chris Duderstadt

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KU looking for a few good (D-line)men

Kansas University’s football coaching staff knew entering Year One of a difficult rebuilding project the Jayhawks would have deficiencies in a number of areas this season. They thought — and hoped — defensive end would be one position KU could count on for depth and productivity. By Benton Smith