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Landen Lucas lands pro contract in Japan, eyes spot on 2020 Japanese Olympic team

Landen Lucas’ bid to make an NBA roster fell short after his summer with the Boston Celtics. But that does not mean the former Kansas center has reached the end of big time basketball. By Matt Tait

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Beaty glad KU will have either Bender or Stanley as a backup QB

Head coach David Beaty says he is in no hurry to name the Kansas football team’s starting quarterback for the quickly-approaching season. When that declaration comes, though, Beaty will be glad to have whomever finishes second between junior transfer Peyton Bender and redshirt sophomore Carter Stanley in a backup role. By Benton Smith

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Landen Lucas lands pro contract in Japan, eyes spot on 2020 Japanese Olympic team

Landen Lucas’ bid to make an NBA roster fell short after his summer with the Boston Celtics. But that does not mean the former Kansas center has reached the end of big time basketball. By Matt Tait

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Zenger: Memorial Stadium renovation project is KU's 'all-encompassing campaign'

In ongoing efforts to revitalize the Kansas football program, no strategy looms larger than the planned $300 million renovation project for Memorial Stadium. KU athletics director Sheahon Zenger, appearing Wednesday on “The Program” with Soren Petro in part to discuss the university’s new partnership with 810 WHB, said he has looked forward to the massive task at hand since arriving in Lawrence in 2011. By Benton Smith

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810 WHB new K.C. radio home for KU football and men's basketball broadcasts

ESPN Kansas City affiliate to air KU basketball exhibitions, live from Italy

A day after University of Kansas football and men’s basketball fans learned one radio station in the Kansas City area would no longer broadcast live play-by-play action of KU games, a new radio home for the Jayhawks emerged. 810 WHB and the Kansas athletics department announced Wednesday 810 will carry KU football and basketball games beginning this season. By Benton Smith