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Hall of Fame Material: Larry Brown 'in awe' of Bill Self's stellar run at Kansas

Although he would prefer for his team to be traveling there with him, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self will be in Arizona this weekend, when he will find out if he will be included in the Class of 2017 for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. During the next several days, in a series examining Self’s path to the Hall of Fame, the Journal-World will explore a few of Self's best qualities with some of the people who know him best.By Matt Tait

Tom Keegan: Loss to Oregon cuts deepest of Elite Eight setbacks

It will take more than the rain that fell on Lawrence on Sunday night to wash away the melancholy hovering since the Kansas basketball team’s 74-60, Saturday night loss to Oregon at Sprint Center.

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Hall of Fame Material: Larry Brown 'in awe' of Bill Self's stellar run at Kansas

Although he would prefer for his team to be traveling there with him, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self will be in Arizona this weekend, when he will find out if he will be included in the Class of 2017 for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. During the next several days, in a series examining Self’s path to the Hall of Fame, the Journal-World will explore a few of Self's best qualities with some of the people who know him best.By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Frank Mason has chance to become first Jayhawk to win Triple Crown of national awards

His ability to maximize his opportunities in life probably had as much as anything to do with Frank Mason becoming such a popular figure in his four seasons as a Kansas basketball player.

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Mason, Jackson named Wooden All-Americans

Kansas senior Frank Mason III, who figures to earn many postseason accolades in the next week, joined freshman teammate Josh Jackson on the 10-member Wooden Award All-American Team, announced Monday night by the Los Angeles Athletic Club.

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Neck and neck: QBs Stanley and Bender proving worthiness this spring

Ask David Beaty about new quarterback Peyton Bender this spring and odds are the Kansas football head coach won’t fire off too many words in response without bringing up returning QB Carter Stanley. Or vice versa. By Benton Smith