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Border Winner: Azubuike sparks Jayhawks in exhibition win over Mizzou

With Border War bragging rights back on the line Sunday afternoon at Sprint Center, the plan all along for the Kansas men’s basketball team was to get the ball to 7-foot center Udoka Azubuike and let him dominate the paint. By Matt Tait

Tom Keegan: Devonte Graham shows smarts, aggressiveness against Missouri

The mere mention of the name Devonte’ Graham instantly brought a sigh, wide eyes, a side-to-side shake of the head and ultimately a smile from first-year Missouri basketball coach Cuonzo Martin. By Tom Keegan

Rivalry renewed: Jayhawks prevail vs. Mizzou in charity exhibition

Though the stats and result won’t go in either team’s record books and the point of the scrimmage was to raise money for a good cause, it didn’t take long for the Jayhawks and Tigers — and a split-down-the-middle sellout crowd — to make it feel more like March than October at Sprint Center. By Benton Smith

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'It was pretty bad': Jayhawks pounded against TCU, produce 21 yards on offense

Negativity ruled the night for the Kansas football team's backpedaling offense Saturday at Amon G. Carter Stadium. By Benton Smith

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KU’s Vogasari reaches finals

Kansas senior Despoina Vogasari will compete in the singles finals after a pair of victories Sunday at the ITA Central Regional Championships at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.

KU soccer falls to OSU, 3-1

Oklahoma State scored three second-half goals and defeated Kansas, 3-1, in Big 12 soccer Sunday in Stillwater, Okla.

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Self: Jayhawks did 'decent' job guarding 'terrific, terrific' Michael Porter Jr.

After making his unofficial college debut in a loss to Kansas, Michael Porter Jr.'s somber look told the whole story. By Scott Chasen

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Bill Self on playing Mizzou: 'I don’t think there’s been any change in our position'

Now that the two old rivals have been seen on the same basketball court again, after a five-year hiatus from one of the best rivalries in college sports, the question on everyone’s mind after Sunday’s 93-87 exhibition victory by Kansas over Missouri at Sprint Center was when we’ll get to see it again. By Matt Tait

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KU offense in a bad place following back-to-back shutouts

With only five games remaining on the schedule in head coach David Beaty’s third season leading the Kansas football program, the offense has reached a desolate state. A week after putting up zero points, 106 yards and five first downs at Iowa State, the Jayhawks somehow regressed in a 43-0 shutout at TCU. The latest four quarters of mishaps featured only four first downs (two via Horned Frogs pass interference penalties) and a feeble 21 yards of total offense. By Benton Smith

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Border Winner: Azubuike sparks Jayhawks in exhibition win over Mizzou

With Border War bragging rights back on the line Sunday afternoon at Sprint Center, the plan all along for the Kansas men’s basketball team was to get the ball to 7-foot center Udoka Azubuike and let him dominate the paint. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Devonte Graham shows smarts, aggressiveness against Missouri

The mere mention of the name Devonte’ Graham instantly brought a sigh, wide eyes, a side-to-side shake of the head and ultimately a smile from first-year Missouri basketball coach Cuonzo Martin. By Tom Keegan

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Rivalry renewed: Jayhawks prevail vs. Mizzou in charity exhibition

Though the stats and result won’t go in either team’s record books and the point of the scrimmage was to raise money for a good cause, it didn’t take long for the Jayhawks and Tigers — and a split-down-the-middle sellout crowd — to make it feel more like March than October at Sprint Center. By Benton Smith

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Texas prep QB Tune backs out of verbal commitment to Kansas

The Kansas football program lost more than a Big 12 road game to a top-five team Saturday night in Texas. By Benton Smith

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Notebook: Kansas matches record road losing streak against TCU

Only one other team playing at college football’s highest level has ever lost as many road games in a row as Kansas. By Benton Smith