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Devonté Graham does it all as KU wins at Oklahoma

Bill Self playfully fired a left jab at Devonté Graham’s upper chest before Kansas University’s sophomore guard — the man who dealt a knockout blow to Oklahoma on Saturday in Lloyd Noble Center — began his post-game interview with ESPN’s Shannon Spake. “He said, ‘Good game, way to play,’’’ Graham, a 6-foot-2, 175-pounder from Raleigh, N.C., said of praise showered upon him by KU coach Self after Graham’s career-high 27-point effort. By Gary Bedore

Afternoon

Jayhawks take road rematch with Oklahoma, 76-72

Graham carries KU offense in crucial win

It was dubbed by folks down in Norman as “The Rematch” of the best college basketball game of the year. And it wound up with the same result, albeit in much different fashion. By Matt Tait

Early Morning

KU, OU have hard act to follow

Proud of his team for outscoring, outscrapping, outlasting Oklahoma in a three-overtime battle between the then-No. 1 team in the AP poll (Kansas) and No. 1 squad in the USA Today coaches poll (OU), Bill Self spoke from the heart Jan. 4 in the winner’s locker room in Allen Fieldhouse.

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Preps Marques Bolden, DeAndre Ayton haven't cut KU from lists

Marques Bolden, a 6-foot-10 senior center from DeSoto (Texas) High who is ranked No. 16 in the Class of 2016 by Rivals.com, apparently has not eliminated Kansas from his list of schools. Also, DeAndre Ayton, a 6-11 junior from Hillcrest Academy in Phoenix, who is ranked No. 4 in the Class of 2017, tells Zagsblog he has not cut his list to KU, Duke and Kentucky, as previously reported. By Gary Bedore

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Andrew Wiggins scores 29 in Rising Stars Challenge

Former Kansas guard Andrew Wiggins, of Canada, scored 29 points and had five rebounds in the World Team’s 159-154 loss to the USA, Friday at the NBA Rising Stars Challenge.

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Notebook: Buddy Hield hype motivated Jayhawks

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self spoke to his team about pre-game hype on Saturday, before his Jayhawks finished a regular-season sweep of Oklahoma, with a 76-72 victory at Lloyd Noble Center. By Gary Bedore

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Bill Self borrows a little from Bulls' Fred Hoiberg

Chicago Bulls basketball coach Fred Hoiberg spent some time in Kansas University coach Bill Self’s office on Friday in Lawrence. “We talked about everything. I was picking his brain,” KU coach Self said after the Jayhawks used Hoiberg’s four-guard Iowa State lineup for several minutes in the Jayhawks’ 76-72 win over Oklahoma, in Noble Center. By Gary Bedore

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Tom Keegan: Jayhawks' victory at OU bad news for rest of Big 12

This had looked like the year Kansas finally had too many weaknesses, too much vulnerability, the year it would let go of its death grip on the Big 12 title. Not anymore. By Tom Keegan

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Devonté Graham does it all as KU wins at Oklahoma

Bill Self playfully fired a left jab at Devonté Graham’s upper chest before Kansas University’s sophomore guard — the man who dealt a knockout blow to Oklahoma on Saturday in Lloyd Noble Center — began his post-game interview with ESPN’s Shannon Spake. “He said, ‘Good game, way to play,’’’ Graham, a 6-foot-2, 175-pounder from Raleigh, N.C., said of praise showered upon him by KU coach Self after Graham’s career-high 27-point effort. By Gary Bedore

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Jayhawks slow Buddy Hield — at least for a half

He may have finished right around his season average on the stat sheet, but Saturday was a rough day for Oklahoma guard Buddy Hield. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks take road rematch with Oklahoma, 76-72

Graham carries KU offense in crucial win

It was dubbed by folks down in Norman as “The Rematch” of the best college basketball game of the year. And it wound up with the same result, albeit in much different fashion. By Matt Tait

Lokedi sets 5,000 record at Iowa State

Sophomore Sharon Lokedi erased the six-year-old 5,000-meter school record by nearly 30 seconds and posted one of the NCAA’s fastest times of the year after she competed Friday night at the ISU Classic inside the Lied Recreation Center.

Four Kansas players to U.S. volleyball tryouts

Four Jayhawks will represent the University of Kansas during the annual U.S. Women’s National Team Open Tryouts, Feb. 19-21 at the U.S. Olympic Training Center in Colorado Springs.

Jayhawk softball earns split in Florida

The Kansas softball team bounced back from a season-opening loss by blasting host Jacksonville, 9-0, in five innings on Friday.

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KU, OU have hard act to follow

Proud of his team for outscoring, outscrapping, outlasting Oklahoma in a three-overtime battle between the then-No. 1 team in the AP poll (Kansas) and No. 1 squad in the USA Today coaches poll (OU), Bill Self spoke from the heart Jan. 4 in the winner’s locker room in Allen Fieldhouse.

Kansas-Kansas State women's hoops preview

Here's a look ahead to Saturday night's Kansas-Kansas State women's basketball game in Manhattan.