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Kansas, Missouri renew basketball Border War for hurricane relief

Bitter rivals Kansas and Missouri have agreed to play an exhibition basketball game at the Sprint Center in Kansas City on Oct. 22 to raise money for hurricane relief efforts.By Matt Tait

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'Man of the people': Joel Embiid returns to Sprint Center in 76ers win

The headband helped him stick out, but it was far from necessary. By Scott Chasen

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Gameday Breakdown: KU football at Iowa State

Get the keys to the game before the Kansas football team tries to topple Iowa State on the road. By Benton Smith

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Tom Keegan: Self fields Adidas questions without sweating

Predictably, at the end of Friday's Kansas basketball Media Day, Bill Self deftly handled questions about the Adidas scandal that rocked college basketball three weeks ago and keeps on rockin'.

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Devonte's team: KU guard ready and willing to shoulder all that comes with leadership role

In addition to the big news about the Border War revival and more candid comments from KU coach Bill Self about the ongoing FBI investigation into college basketball — "I’m much more concerned about our sport than I am anything at Kansas," Self said Friday — Kansas basketball media day offered the entire roster, eligible or otherwise, an opportunity to meet the media dressed in full uniform shortly after taking the official team photo for 2017-18. By Matt Tait

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2018 point guard Devon Dotson commits to Kansas

The Kansas men's basketball team landed on Friday night landed its third commitment and first guard in the 2018 recruiting class, when five-star point guard Devon Dotson, of Charlotte, orally committed to KU. By Matt Tait

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Jacob Pullen reflects on KU-K-State rivalry in return to Allen Fieldhouse

Jacob Pullen was happy to be back "in" Kansas — just not "at" Kansas. By Scott Chasen

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KU football picks up commitment from juco DE

The day before the Kansas football team’s second road game of the season, head coach David Beaty and his assistants received some good news on the recruiting front. Najee Stevens-McKenzie, a defensive end at ASA College (N.Y.), called Beaty, en route to Ames, Iowa, to inform the third-year coach of his decision to commit to Kansas. By Benton Smith

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Kansas, Missouri renew basketball Border War for hurricane relief

Bitter rivals Kansas and Missouri have agreed to play an exhibition basketball game at the Sprint Center in Kansas City on Oct. 22 to raise money for hurricane relief efforts.By Matt Tait