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Column: NCAA rules should help hoops

Curtis Shaw, supervisor of Big 12 basketball officials, spoke last week at the conference’s Media Day in Kansas City about “what we call the five major changes in basketball,” intended to allow basketball players to show their skills without facing football-like defenses. By Tom Keegan

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Lightfoot’s coach no stranger to talent

The high school coach of future Kansas University basketball forward Mitch Lightfoot just happens to be Kurt Keener — the same man who won nine state titles in 35 seasons at Detroit Country Day in Michigan. By Gary Bedore

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Former KU football coach Mangino out as Iowa State's offensive coordinator

Iowa State coach Paul Rhoads says offensive coordinator Mark Mangino has left the program.

KU women’s golf opens in 7th

Kansas University’s Yupaporn Kawinpakorn is tied for third and the KU women’s golf team is tied for seventh after Sunday’s first round of the Palmetto Intercollegiate at Turtle Point Golf Course.

Welle sparks KU to men’s golf win

Kansas University senior Ben Welle played bogey-free golf Sunday to surge to a second-place finish at the Price’s Give ’Em Five Invitational, and the KU men’s golf team won its second team title of the season.

Kansas soccer falls to OSU, 2-0

Oklahoma State scored the only goal it would need 1 1⁄2 minutes in and went on to a 2-0 Big 12 soccer victory over Kansas University on Sunday at the Cowgirl Soccer Complex.

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Kansas LB Dineen continues to shine

In back-to-back weeks, both losses by the struggling Kansas University football team, sophomore linebacker Joe Dineen Jr. recorded career-high, double-digit tackle totals, adding a silver lining to a season dotted with gray. By Matt Tait

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Lightfoot’s coach no stranger to talent

The high school coach of future Kansas University basketball forward Mitch Lightfoot just happens to be Kurt Keener — the same man who won nine state titles in 35 seasons at Detroit Country Day in Michigan. By Gary Bedore