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Bill Self, Jayhawks OK with imperfect dress rehearsal in 86-57 win over Fort Hays State

On Broadway, the goal of a final dress rehearsal is to run through the material as smoothly and flawlessly as possible. At Allen Fieldhouse, it’s a bit of a different story. By Matt Tait

Jayhawks put away Fort Hays State late in final exhibition

After playing the first half as if they were over the idea of exhibition basketball, No. 4-ranked Kansas finished the second half appearing more regular-season ready Tuesday night at Allen Fieldhouse. The visiting Fort Hays State Tigers kept it close before halftime, often beating the Jayhawks to loose balls and out-working them on the glass. But KU quickly returned to its expected form late, running away with a 86-57 win to conclude exhibition play. By Benton Smith

Tom Keegan: Facts contradict Sheahon Zenger's faith in David Beaty

If only third-year Kansas head football coach David Beaty had followed his own advice, he might have more fodder with which to state his case for keeping his job beyond this season.

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Bill Self, Jayhawks OK with imperfect dress rehearsal in 86-57 win over Fort Hays State

On Broadway, the goal of a final dress rehearsal is to run through the material as smoothly and flawlessly as possible. At Allen Fieldhouse, it’s a bit of a different story. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Devonté Graham relieves stress whenever he's on the court

Devonte’ Graham takes a seat and the possessions become ragged, questions surface about this Kansas basketball team. Stress enters the viewing experience. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: KU's shallow bench leads to unique lineups in final minutes of exhibition wins

For the second time in a seven-day span, Kansas rode out the final few minutes of an exhibition victory — 86-57 over Fort Hays State on Tuesday night at Allen Fieldhouse — with regular rotation players on the floor. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks put away Fort Hays State late in final exhibition

After playing the first half as if they were over the idea of exhibition basketball, No. 4-ranked Kansas finished the second half appearing more regular-season ready Tuesday night at Allen Fieldhouse. The visiting Fort Hays State Tigers kept it close before halftime, often beating the Jayhawks to loose balls and out-working them on the glass. But KU quickly returned to its expected form late, running away with a 86-57 win to conclude exhibition play. By Benton Smith

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Kansas extends scholarship offer to dual-threat, junior college quarterback

Kansas has extended a scholarship offer to Victor Viramontes, a 6-foot-2, 230-pound quarterback, according to Rivals.com.

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Notebook: Injury to Stanley could mean change at QB; Beaty's message to fans losing patience

As a reeling Kansas football team aims to recover from its eighth consecutive defeat, it could enter this weekend’s game at Texas down a starting quarterback. By Benton Smith

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KU freshman Marcus Garrett happy to play wherever he's needed

Praised for his versatility, KU freshman Marcus Garrett already is proving to be a valuable player in a number of positions. By Matt Tait