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Afternoon

Self: Frank Mason III just fine after tweaking knee vs. Iowa State

Kansas coach Bill Self on Thursday said that senior point guard Frank Mason III was doing fine after tweaking his knee during Monday’s win over Iowa State and was not expected to miss any time, including practice. By Matt Tait

Night

Tom Keegan: In '74, seven-man rotation was enough for Kansas to reach Final Four

Sometimes seven is enough, as the Kansas basketball team has shown so far this season and showed 43 seasons ago.

Early Morning

In neck-and-neck thriller, KU falls to W. Virginia

Just days after a lopsided loss to the second best team in the country, the Kansas women’s basketball team was tasked with yet another ranked opponent.

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KU's strength of schedule a work in progress

Depending on where you look, strength of schedule can be a difficult statistic to trust, with the various rankings including everything from detailed data points to the eye test and most recent performances.By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: The unstoppable Carlton Bragg

Although he doesn’t grade on a particularly difficult curve, at least Kansas sophomore forward Carlton Bragg isn’t in denial about his own performance 18 games into the season.

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Notebook: KU football lands in-state commitment; big recruiting weekend ahead

Another in-state prep football player is headed to the University of Kansas. Pratt senior Hunter Kaufman announced via Twitter his decision to attend KU and join the Jayhawks’ football program. By Benton Smith

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Self: Frank Mason III just fine after tweaking knee vs. Iowa State

Kansas coach Bill Self on Thursday said that senior point guard Frank Mason III was doing fine after tweaking his knee during Monday’s win over Iowa State and was not expected to miss any time, including practice. By Matt Tait

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In neck-and-neck thriller, KU falls to W. Virginia

Just days after a lopsided loss to the second best team in the country, the Kansas women’s basketball team was tasked with yet another ranked opponent.