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Tom Keegan: Frank Mason outplays his size yet again

Kansas senior Frank Mason III, listed at 5-feet-11, 190 pounds, entered the night averaging 22.3 points, and came out of it having led his team in scoring in four of five games. Georgia’s 5-10, 155-pound J.J. Frazier came in averaging 18.8 points. The showdown never materialized for a couple of reasons. By Tom Keegan

Perimeter-oriented attack carries KU past Georgia

This Kansas team, at least through five games, appears as if it will go as Frank Mason III, Devonté Graham and Josh Jackson go on most nights. Luckily for the Jayhawks, that trio went very well on Tuesday during a late-tip, 65-54 victory over Georgia in the CBE Hall of Fame Classic championship game at Sprint Center. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Giving thanks for Delightful Dozen KU athletes

In the spirit of Thanksgiving, I’m taking the opportunity to thank in-season KU athletes I enjoy interviewing the most.

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New starting linebacker Keith Loneker Jr. turning heads with productivity

It almost didn’t make sense to David Beaty. Sure, Texas kept handing the ball off to its massive junior running back D’Onta Foreman — the Kansas football head coach expected that much. What amazed Beaty this past weekend was how often Foreman’s carries ended with Keith Loneker Jr., KU’s would-be backup linebacker, bringing the nation’s leading rusher to the ground. By Benton Smith

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Junior guard Devonte' Graham not worried about KU's frontcourt issues

It's been a rough start to the 2016-17 season for KU's starting forwards, Landen Lucas and Carlton Bragg Jr., but junior guard Devonte' Graham is not worried about his frontcourt teammates. By Matt Tait

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KU junior Dwight Coleby surprises father with nice gift — playing time

After playing just three minutes, missing his only shot and grabbing just one rebound during Monday night’s 20-point Kansas win over UAB, junior forward Dwight Coleby was not quite sure what to tell his father. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Frank Mason outplays his size yet again

Kansas senior Frank Mason III, listed at 5-feet-11, 190 pounds, entered the night averaging 22.3 points, and came out of it having led his team in scoring in four of five games. Georgia’s 5-10, 155-pound J.J. Frazier came in averaging 18.8 points. The showdown never materialized for a couple of reasons. By Tom Keegan

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Perimeter-oriented attack carries KU past Georgia

This Kansas team, at least through five games, appears as if it will go as Frank Mason III, Devonté Graham and Josh Jackson go on most nights. Luckily for the Jayhawks, that trio went very well on Tuesday during a late-tip, 65-54 victory over Georgia in the CBE Hall of Fame Classic championship game at Sprint Center. By Matt Tait