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Game day breakdown: No. 14 KU basketball vs. Stanford

A look at some of the keys for 14th-ranked Kansas in tonight's West Coast clash with Stanford in Sacramento. By Matt Tait

KU women cruise past Iona, 72-58

Austin Richardson completed a double-double and the Kansas women's basketball team rolled past Iona, 72-58, on Wednesday at Hynes Athletics Center.

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Tom Keegan: Corione Harris signing, 2016 Texas upset David Beaty's two shining moments

One recruit does not a program change anymore than one victory, however thrilling, turned a losing program into a winning one.

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KU football stadium to be renamed after donor David Booth

At its meeting Wednesday in Topeka, the Kansas Board of Regents granted authority for the University of Kansas to rename its football stadium.

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KU football signs 14 prospects to 2018 recruiting class

9 new Jayhawks to join from juco ranks

Within the first several hours of the NCAA’s new early signing period for college football, the University of Kansas officially added 14 members to its 2018 recruiting class on Wednesday. Nine of the prospects head coach David Beaty and his staff can now call Jayhawks signed on from the junior college ranks. The group also included a graduate transfer and four high school seniors, headlined by New Orleans cornerback Corione Harris. By Benton Smith

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Baker trio, ex-Jayhawk Gonzalez named to NAIA All-America teams

Three Baker football players and former Kansas wide receiver LaQuvionte Gonzalez earned NAIA All-America honors, announced Wednesday.

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4-star CB Corione Harris sticks to his word, signs with Kansas football

Out of nowhere this past February, receiver Devonta Jason and cornerback Corione Harris — Louisiana prospects considered four-star talents and among the top 100 players in the nation — caught the recruiting world off guard by announcing they were committing to KU. A little more than 10 months later, when those non-binding pledges could become official, the Jayhawks had to settle for one Landry-Walker High stud. Harris remained loyal to his word, signing with Kansas. By Benton Smith