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Tom Keegan: Udoka, you block more shots, your team gets better

The elements are there for Kansas to grow into a terrific defensive team, but when coach Bill Self looks at his squad on that end of the floor, he sees so much untapped potential.

Evening

Carlton Bragg sits against Nebraska, Self calls it 'a very humbling situation'

As expected, Kansas sophomore Carlton Bragg Jr., did not play during Saturday’s 89-72 victory over Nebraska at Allen Fieldhouse, sitting out at the end of the KU bench in street clothes following a Friday arrest and charge of misdemeanor battery in an incident involving a female KU student.

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Tom Keegan: Udoka, you block more shots, your team gets better

The elements are there for Kansas to grow into a terrific defensive team, but when coach Bill Self looks at his squad on that end of the floor, he sees so much untapped potential.

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Kopatich leads KU women hoops to 72-36 win

Over the last three games, Kansas women's basketball sophomore Kylee Kopatich only attempted 12 shots. Without sophomore guard McKenzie Calvert available on Sunday afternoon, Kopatich picked up the slack by taking a career high 17 shots.

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KU offense humming despite poor free throw shooting

Ten games into the 2016-17 season, the Kansas men's basketball team is putting up terrific offensive numbers despite struggling mightily from the free throw line. By Matt Tait

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Young KU football fan dies after cancer battle

Beaty: 'Our hearts are broken'

After a seven-month battle with undifferentiated sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, popular Kansas football fan Cole Hayden died Saturday at the age of 7.