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Offensive linemen Jayhawks’ foundation

One of the quickest ways for the Kansas football team to make a meaningful and noticeable improvement in 2016 and beyond is to transform the offensive line into a force.

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Self singles out Simien, Robertson at Parent/Child Camp

Bill Self was mighty happy to see one of his former Kansas University basketball players, Wayne Simien, and one of Roy Williams’ KU players, Ryan Robertson, bring their children to his Parent/Child camp Friday in Allen Fieldhouse and Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore

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KU seniors place at NCAAs

Kansas University senior discus throwers Daina Levy and Dasha Tsema put the finishing touches on a solid week for the Kansas track and field teams Saturday at the NCAA Outdoor Championships inside Oregon’s Hayward Field.

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Tom Keegan: Embiid deserves a bit of luck

Some images live somewhere in the brain and every so often surface to the conscious level. They never will disappear until that brain shuts down completely.

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Offensive linemen Jayhawks’ foundation

One of the quickest ways for the Kansas football team to make a meaningful and noticeable improvement in 2016 and beyond is to transform the offensive line into a force.

Three KU players selected on final day of MLB draft

Three Kansas University baseball players were selected Saturday on the final day of the MLB draft.

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Prospect Young to remain in Oklahoma

Blue chip basketball point guard prospect Trae Young has decided to remain at Norman (Okla.) North High School for his senior year, the Oklahoman newspaper has reported.

Kansas throwers Cooper, Ceban 10th, 13th in discus

For the second consecutive season, Kansas University junior Mitch Cooper earned second-team All-America honors, while sophomore Nicolai Ceban accomplished the feat for the first time at the NCAA Track and Field Outdoor on Friday at Hayward Field.

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Indians take KU catcher Tinsley in 7th

With the 212th pick of the 2016 Major League Baseball (MLB) Draft, the Cleveland Indians selected Kansas University junior catcher Michael Tinsley on Friday afternoon.

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Self singles out Simien, Robertson at Parent/Child Camp

Bill Self was mighty happy to see one of his former Kansas University basketball players, Wayne Simien, and one of Roy Williams’ KU players, Ryan Robertson, bring their children to his Parent/Child camp Friday in Allen Fieldhouse and Horejsi Center. By Gary Bedore

Wiggins won’t play for Canada

Andrew Wiggins will not play for Canada in the Olympic qualifying tournament this July, instead preferring to spend his summer gearing up for his third season with the Minnesota Timberwolves.