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Jayhawks recover in 2nd half to beat TCU

No victory is guaranteed or a foregone conclusion this season in the Big 12 — not even inside Allen FIeldhouse. The Kansas basketball team survived a serious test from visiting TCU Tuesday night, though, 71-64. By Benton Smith

Evening

Tom Keegan: Talk of No. 1 seed for Kansas rightly fades after loss to Oklahoma State

Kansas had started showing up as a No. 1 seed in various NCAA tournament projections until Oklahoma State knocked off the Jayhawks in Saturday's stunner.

Gameday Breakdown: No. 10 KU basketball vs. TCU

A look at some of the keys for 10th-ranked Kansas in tonight's rematch with TCU at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

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Just Enough: Jayhawks sink key shots, shake past TCU

On a night when nothing came easy for the 10th-ranked Jayhawks, Devonte' Graham's rattle-clang-dip-bang 3-point make with 6:06 to play gave Kansas the breathing room it needed to avoid utter disaster and get back into the win column at Allen Fieldhouse, 71-64 over visiting TCU. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Lagerald Vick begins crawling out of his funk

Someone had to lend Devonte' Graham and Udoka Azubuike a hand Tuesday night against TCU. Slowly, Lagerald Vick crept out of his hole, not all the way out — not yet — but just enough to at least make TCU pay a little for sending extra attention the way of Azubuike and for not leaving Svi Mykhailiuk. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Mitch Lightfoot makes first start; a look back at how KU players fared in first starts

Sophomore forward Mitch Lightfoot started the first game of his Kansas career on Tuesday night and helped the 10th-ranked Jayhawks win a battle over TCU, 71-64, at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks recover in 2nd half to beat TCU

No victory is guaranteed or a foregone conclusion this season in the Big 12 — not even inside Allen FIeldhouse. The Kansas basketball team survived a serious test from visiting TCU Tuesday night, though, 71-64. By Benton Smith

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Dorance Armstrong invited to NFL Scouting Combine

Mock draft projects KU DE as 2nd-round pick

Former Kansas football defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr. will be one of 326 prospects hoping to impress pro coaches and decision-makers at the upcoming 2018 NFL Scouting Combine. The league announced its full list of participants Tuesday, and Armstrong, who left KU a year early to enter the draft, was one of 29 Big 12 players deemed worthy of an invite. By Benton Smith