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Back in Action: Mykhailiuk paces Jayhawks in rout over Omaha

The thinking going into Monday's 109-64 Kansas victory over Omaha at Allen Fieldhouse was that Svi Mykhailiuk's game-winner against Nebraska, two days earlier, might have snapped the senior's mini-shooting slump. By Matt Tait

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No. 14 Jayhawks blow by Omaha

Back inside Allen Fieldhouse for the first time since its home loss to Arizona State, the Kansas basketball team posted triple digits for the third time this season, in a 109-64 drubbing of overmatched Omaha. By Benton Smith

Gameday Breakdown: No. 14 KU basketball vs. Omaha

A look at some of the keys for 14th-ranked Kansas in Monday night's home clash with Omaha at 6 p.m. at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

Tom Keegan: Kansas takes more than a victory home from Nebraska

Lincoln, Neb. — Beating Nebraska in basketball by one point doesn’t look like much of a step forward on paper, but the way Kansas stopped its two-game losing streak spoke more to progress than the 73-72 margin.

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Tom Keegan: Sam 'I Am' Cunliffe makes memorable Allen Fieldhouse debut

Sam “I Am” Cunliffe gave the Allen Fieldhouse crowd thrills for the first time Monday night, but he already had gotten chills himself in college basketball’s most famous building. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Malik Newman looks 'a lot better'; Omaha lauds KU's home-court advantage

While Monday's 109-64 rout of visiting Omaha was celebrated mostly as the night Sam Cunliffe played big minutes and walk-on big man James Sosinski played his first minutes, a much more important thing than either one of those occurrences may have happened. By Matt Tait

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Back in Action: Mykhailiuk paces Jayhawks in rout over Omaha

The thinking going into Monday's 109-64 Kansas victory over Omaha at Allen Fieldhouse was that Svi Mykhailiuk's game-winner against Nebraska, two days earlier, might have snapped the senior's mini-shooting slump. By Matt Tait

KU women fall to St. John's in overtime

After a potential game-winning shot from Kansas junior Austin Richardson was ruled no good following a monitor review at the end of regulation, the KU women's basketball team suffered a 65-53 overtime loss to St. John's on Monday in Queens, N.Y.

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No. 14 Jayhawks blow by Omaha

Back inside Allen Fieldhouse for the first time since its home loss to Arizona State, the Kansas basketball team posted triple digits for the third time this season, in a 109-64 drubbing of overmatched Omaha. By Benton Smith

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Kent State football not going with a KU assistant

The Kansas football coaching staff won’t be losing any of its members to Kent State.

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Jayhawks drop a spot in latest AP poll, currently rank 14th

On a relatively slow week for college basketball, the Jayhawks’ narrow victory at Nebraska Saturday wasn’t enough for Kansas to hold steady in the Associated Press Top 25.

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TE Mavin Saunders, a Florida State graduate, to transfer to Kansas

Fresh off graduating from Florida State University, where he spent four seasons within the nationally renowned football program, tight end Mavin Saunders plans to finish his college career playing for Kansas. The 6-foot-5, 256-pound Bimini, Bahamas native confirmed to the Journal-World he decided to transfer to KU after visiting Lawrence this past weekend. By Benton Smith