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Diallo projected to go 26 in draft

ESPN’s Chad Ford has released his latest 2016 NBA Mock Draft, in which six of the top 10 picks are college freshmen. A seventh is 18-year-old Dragen Bender of Croatia.

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KU football lands commitment from 3-star Louisiana WR/athlete

On Sunday, second-year KU coach David Beaty learned that Travis Jordan, a 6-foot-1, 185-pound wide receiver/athlete from Louisiana had orally committed to join the Jayhawks. By Matt Tait

KU mile relay teams 3rd, 6th at Texas

Kansas University’s men’s 4X400-meter relay team placed third to cap the Jayhawks’ final day Saturday at the Texas Relays.

Kansas baseball falls to Baylor

Sophomore left-hander Blake Weiman allowed only two runs over 6 1/3 innings, but it wasn’t enough as Kansas University fell to Baylor, 2-1, in Big 12 baseball Saturday.

KU’s Lokedi sets 10K record

Kansas University’s Sharon Lokedi shattered the longest-standing record in Kansas University track and field history on Friday.

Reid pitches KU softball past Oklahoma

Kansas University freshman right-hander Alexis Reid pitched six scoreless innings before allowing two runs in the seventh, and the Jayhawks defeated Oklahoma, 5-2, in Big 12 softball Saturday.

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KU punting game to see changes, DeForest forecasts

First-year Kansas University special-teams coordinator Joe DeForest may not yet have learned anything concrete about what head coach David Beaty likes to call the hidden third of his football team, but there is one thing about which DeForest already is certain.

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Diallo projected to go 26 in draft

ESPN’s Chad Ford has released his latest 2016 NBA Mock Draft, in which six of the top 10 picks are college freshmen. A seventh is 18-year-old Dragen Bender of Croatia.