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Jayhawks return home from Big Apple with increased confidence, lingering questions

After four days of basketball-centric time in New York City last week, the Kansas men’s basketball team celebrated its NIT Season Tip-Off title with a little fun in the Big Apple. By Matt Tait

Afternoon

Big night on big stage leaves KU's Lawson brothers beaming

New York — Their pick-and-roll might not have been as vicious at 3 feet tall as it is today at 6-foot-9 and 6-foot-7. But Dedric and K.J. Lawson sure are glad to be back out on the court together making plays for their team. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks return home from Big Apple with increased confidence, lingering questions

After four days of basketball-centric time in New York City last week, the Kansas men’s basketball team celebrated its NIT Season Tip-Off title with a little fun in the Big Apple. By Matt Tait

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Kansas defense stifles Iona in 75-44 win

Leading by 30 with less than a minute to go, the one thing the Kansas women’s basketball team was most excited about Sunday night was a late turnover on Iona to close out a 75-44 win.

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Shane Jackson: Les Miles should prioritize in-state recruiting for KU football

Les Miles set the tone on the importance of recruiting during his introductory press conference one week ago. Miles, of course, will likely not be targeting the same type of recruits at Kansas that he was going after during his time at LSU. The Jayhawks, who have just one commit from the 2019 class, have a limited number of available scholarships to hand out.

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'Just stick together': David Beaty, KU football leaders urge non-seniors to return

On Friday afternoon inside the Kansas football locker room, David Beaty had the floor one final time. Fired 19 days earlier, the outgoing head coach had plenty to tell his players after their final game together, a home loss to Texas. But Beaty also asked every assistant on his staff to speak, too. And while the messages from the head coach and his staffers included words of gratitude and love, they also urged the Jayhawks who have a chance to play for the next coaching staff to consider what could still be accomplished at KU. By Benton Smith