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Evening

On a roll: Carlton Bragg, Jayhawks impress in tourney opener

Carlton Bragg scored a career-high 12 points — seven in the first half — of the Jayhawks’ 85-63 Big 12 Tournament quarterfinal victory over Kansas State. By Gary Bedore

Afternoon

Jayhawks roll vs. K-State to open postseason

After playing, and winning, two hard-fought battles against Kansas State during the regular season, the Kansas University men’s basketball team made it clear it was not interested in a third. In the quarterfinal round of the Big 12 Championship at Sprint Center, top-seeded Kansas jumped out to a double-digit lead early in the first half and never looked back, rolling to a 85-63 victory over the Wildcats. By Matt Tait

Early Morning

K-State awaits KU in tourney opener

Projected as a certain No. 1 seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament no matter what happens in the Big 12 championship, Kansas University’s basketball team could, in theory, face some (lack of) motivation issues today in Sprint Center.

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Notebook: Cheick Diallo sits out Big 12 Tournament opener

Kansas freshman forward Cheick Diallo did not play in the Jayhawks’ postseason debut, an 85-63 win over rival Kansas State Thursday at Sprint Center.

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Jayhawks have incentive to beat Baylor

It sure looks as if Kansas University’s basketball team (28-4) has wrapped up the overall No. 1 seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament entering Friday’s Big 12 semifinal versus (22-10) Baylor in Sprint Center. The likelihood of that made some media members wonder whether or not the Jayhawks have a deep desire to win a 6 p.m., contest against BU, as well as Saturday’s title game. By Gary Bedore

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Tom Keegan: Devonté Graham and Frank Mason III driving KU's success

Nothing lasts forever. One of these decades, Bill Self will retire, an athletic director will botch the hire, and the once-proud Kansas University basketball program will have to cobble together a backcourt out of one player who committed to Towson, another to Appalachian State. And what will come of the Jayhawks then? Wait, that’s right, Frank Mason III originally committed to Towson, Devonté Graham to Appalachian State. By Tom Keegan

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On a roll: Carlton Bragg, Jayhawks impress in tourney opener

Carlton Bragg scored a career-high 12 points — seven in the first half — of the Jayhawks’ 85-63 Big 12 Tournament quarterfinal victory over Kansas State. By Gary Bedore

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Kansas native Dean Wade disappointed in performance vs. Jayhawks

Freshman says he needs to learn from Perry Ellis

In three games against Kansas University this season, Kansas State freshman and Sunflower State native Dean Wade averaged 3.7 points on 3-of-11 shooting in 23 minutes. To say the Jayhawks were a thorn in the side of the freshman from St. John (located between Wichita and Dodge City) is an understatement. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks roll vs. K-State to open postseason

After playing, and winning, two hard-fought battles against Kansas State during the regular season, the Kansas University men’s basketball team made it clear it was not interested in a third. In the quarterfinal round of the Big 12 Championship at Sprint Center, top-seeded Kansas jumped out to a double-digit lead early in the first half and never looked back, rolling to a 85-63 victory over the Wildcats. By Matt Tait

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 9, 2016

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 9, 2016

Kansas softball alters schedule

Due to the potential for inclement weather, Kansas University has altered its schedule for the softball Jayhawk Invitational.

Kansas tennis edges Baylor

Kansas University sophomore Smith Hinton won her match at No. 2 singles to break a tie, and the Jayhawks defeated Baylor, 4-3, in Big 12 women’s tennis Wednesday at Jayhawk Tennis Center.

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K-State awaits KU in tourney opener

Projected as a certain No. 1 seed in the 2016 NCAA Tournament no matter what happens in the Big 12 championship, Kansas University’s basketball team could, in theory, face some (lack of) motivation issues today in Sprint Center.

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Tom Keegan: Cozart has seen Kansas offense from many perspectives

It’s possible Kansas University rising senior Montell Cozart has had the most diverse X-and-O education of any quarterback in the history of college football.

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KU starts winning slogan

It can be heard throughout the Kansas University football complex on a daily basis and does not discriminate.