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Stories for February 14, 2017

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Tom Keegan: Devonte' Graham heats up right on time for Jayhawks

The fans who turned their backs on the court and headed for the exit ramps as West Virginia led by 14 points with fewer then three minutes remaining, just might have been muttering, “Where have you gone, Devonte’ Graham? It seemed like just yesterday you outplayed the best player in the country.” Fair question, but those who left were not able to witness Graham’s return to prominence, not to mention a once-in-a-lifetime team comeback. By Tom Keegan

Early Morning

Comeback for the Ages: Jayhawks shock West Virginia with late rally, 84-80

On a night when they set the Guinness World Record for loudest indoor arena, a handful of Kansas basketball fans began filing out of Allen Fieldhouse with a little less than 3:00 remaining. Boy, were those folks sorry they left. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Dick Vitale calls KU's backcourt best in nation

Eighteen hours later, colorful analyst Dick Vitale still was juiced by witnessing the unlikeliest of Big Monday comebacks, one that ended with Kansas stealing a victory from West Virginia, 84-80 in overtime.

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In close games or colossal beatdowns, Jayhawks just win

The stat sheet shows that the third-ranked Kansas men’s basketball team has outscored opponents 2,171-1,883, but that hardly tells the story of KU’s season. By Matt Tait

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KU football spring game set for April 15

In just a couple of months, fans looking for a sneak peek at David Beaty’s third Kansas football team will get their chance when the Jayhawks invite the public into Memorial Stadium for their annual spring game. By Benton Smith

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Notebook: Vick provides big first-half lift; Mason feeling better

On a night when so many wild and crazy things happened down the stretch, it could be easy to forget one player’s contribution midway during the first half. By Matt Tait

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Comeback for the Ages: Jayhawks shock West Virginia with late rally, 84-80

On a night when they set the Guinness World Record for loudest indoor arena, a handful of Kansas basketball fans began filing out of Allen Fieldhouse with a little less than 3:00 remaining. Boy, were those folks sorry they left. By Matt Tait