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Cyclones topple No. 3 Kansas in overtime

Iowa State, like many teams that have encountered Kansas this season, had trouble stopping senior point guard Frank Mason III, Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. But Cyclones veterans Monte’ Morris, Deonte Burton and Naz Mitrou-Long shot ISU past the defending Big 12 champions, despite a woeful first half of defense and trailing by as many as 15 points. By Benton Smith

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Two of top 60 prep juniors in nation commit to KU football

Jayhawks begin building 2018 class with four pledges

Prior to this weekend, the Kansas football team hadn’t picked up any commitments for its 2018 recruiting class. Over the course of a few hours Saturday, though, the list went from nonexistent to four deep and included the names of two of the top prospects the state of Louisiana has to offer. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Unlikely 3-point threat shoots Cyclones to win in Allen Fieldhouse

This is how easier-than-most-to-shake upsets happen in basketball: A talented player who doesn’t care how many shots in a row he has missed keeps firing without ever looking back, without ever fearing consequences in the event the shots keep clanking off the rim. By Tom Keegan

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Self: Jayhawks handling off-the-court issues 'as good as we can do'

There isn’t a non-Jayhawk soul on the planet that’s going to feel too sorry for the Kansas men’s basketball team following Saturday’s 92-89, overtime, home loss to Iowa State. By Matt Tait

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Cyclones experience rare 'special day' at Allen Fieldhouse

ISU snaps Jayhawks' 54-game home winning streak

Opposing players and coaches so seldom get to leave Allen Fieldhouse with smiles on their faces, Iowa State head coach Steve Prohm had to take a deep breath and compose himself Saturday afternoon before getting into the finer details on his Cyclones’ 92-89 overtime victory against Kansas. By Benton Smith

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Streak Stopped: Jayhawks slip against Iowa State, suffer first home loss

The longest active home-court winning streak in the country is now a thing of the past thanks to Iowa State’s 92-89, overtime victory over No. 3 Kansas at Allen Fieldhouse on Saturday afternoon. By Matt Tait

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Cyclones topple No. 3 Kansas in overtime

Iowa State, like many teams that have encountered Kansas this season, had trouble stopping senior point guard Frank Mason III, Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. But Cyclones veterans Monte’ Morris, Deonte Burton and Naz Mitrou-Long shot ISU past the defending Big 12 champions, despite a woeful first half of defense and trailing by as many as 15 points. By Benton Smith