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NCAA preview: Top 12 reasons KU can win it all in 2016

Here are 12 reasons Kansas University’s men’s basketball team could reach the Final Four and win the school’s first national championship since 2008 By Gary Bedore

Tom Keegan: Strange bracket does KU no favors

When I looked at the bracket, the first two things I noticed were that No. 2 seed Oklahoma and No. 4 seed Duke, both in the West region, were given easier roads than Kansas to the Final Four. I still like KU’s chances better than theirs, but its seems KU drew the short straw. By Tom Keegan

KU draws Austin Peay in Des Moines; 'Now is where it counts the most'

Kansas University’s basketball team enters the 2016 NCAA Tournament as the best team in the country as deemed by AP and USA Today pollsters and 10 esteemed tourney committee members. After processing all sorts of numbers the last five days, the committee on Sunday selected KU as the No. 1 overall seed in the 68-team field. By Gary Bedore

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Heading to Des Moines to watch the Jayhawks? What you should know

Heading to Des Moines to watch the Kansas University men’s basketball team play in the first round of this year’s NCAA National Championship Tournament? Here are a few things to know about getting there and some ideas for what to do once you’re there.

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NCAA preview: Top 12 Big 12 stars denied a league title

So many terrific Big 12 players never experienced celebrating a regular-season conference title because Kansas University’s program, a model of consistent excellence, prevented them from winning the hardware. By Tom Keegan

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NCAA preview: Top 12 KU players responsible for the conference-crown winning streak

Every Kansas University basketball player who has a Big 12 championship ring from 2005 on has a share in the remarkable streak of 12 consecutive regular-season Big 12 championships. By Tom Keegan

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NCAA preview: Top 12 players (not from KU) in the NCAAs

Many of the Tremendous 12 listed below are names you’ve heard of from programs that always seem to be in the running for the big prize. But there are a couple of sleepers, too. Either way, this group figures to make the upcoming madness must-see TV. By Matt Tait

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NCAA preview: Top 12 reasons KU can win it all in 2016

Here are 12 reasons Kansas University’s men’s basketball team could reach the Final Four and win the school’s first national championship since 2008 By Gary Bedore

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NCAA preview: Top 12 performances by a Jayhawk in the NCAAs

Here’s a look back at the 12 most impressive individual NCAA Tournament efforts by a Kansas player. By Mat Tait

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NCAA preview: Twelve teams that can win it all

Here's a look at a dozen teams that could win it all once March Madness begins. By Tom Keegan

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KU draws Austin Peay in Des Moines; 'Now is where it counts the most'

Kansas University’s basketball team enters the 2016 NCAA Tournament as the best team in the country as deemed by AP and USA Today pollsters and 10 esteemed tourney committee members. After processing all sorts of numbers the last five days, the committee on Sunday selected KU as the No. 1 overall seed in the 68-team field. By Gary Bedore

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Tom Keegan: Strange bracket does KU no favors

When I looked at the bracket, the first two things I noticed were that No. 2 seed Oklahoma and No. 4 seed Duke, both in the West region, were given easier roads than Kansas to the Final Four. I still like KU’s chances better than theirs, but its seems KU drew the short straw. By Tom Keegan

Kansas tennis tops Houston

Anastasiya Rychagova, Janet Koch and Maria Jose Cardona won singles matches, and Kansas University’s women’s tennis team defeated Houston, 4-2, on Sunday.

Formby pitches KU past UNO

Sophomore right-hander Andie Formby threw her third complete-game shutout of the season and ran her scoreless streak to 172⁄3 innings in Kansas University 5-0 softball victory over Nebraska-Omaha on Sunday at Arrocha Ballpark at Rock Chalk Park.

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of March 13, 2016

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of March 13, 2016.