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Sophomore guard K.J. Lawson leaving Kansas

A source close to the Lawson family confirmed to the Journal-World late Thursday night that reports about KU sophomore K.J. Lawson entering the transfer portal were in fact true. By Matt Tait

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KU softball drops both games of doubleheader at Oklahoma State

The Kansas softball team managed just one run during a doubleheader Friday at Oklahoma State.

No. 14 Kansas blanks Iowa State, 7-0

No. 14-ranked Kansas swept Iowa State, 7-0, Friday night at the Jayhawk Tennis Center.

No. 11 Texas Tech takes down KU baseball

The No. 11-ranked Texas Tech baseball team scored five runs the final four innings to defeat Kansas, 5-4, in comeback-fashion at Rip Griffin Park Friday afternoon.

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Former KU receiver Ryan Schadler, other Jayhawks attend Chiefs' local pro day

In the months since his KU football career concluded, Ryan Schadler has discovered the time he invested as a specialist is paying off. In fact, he hopes it will help him get his cleats in the door at the NFL level. By Benton Smith

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Rick Ross officially set to perform at KU football's spring game

The fans sitting in the bleachers at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium on April 13 will get to take in more than a football scrimmage. By Benton Smith

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NCAA ‘aggressively’ pursuing evidence in college basketball corruption trial, NCAA president says

The NCAA is “aggressively” pursuing evidence obtained by the FBI for the college basketball corruption trials, NCAA President Mark Emmert said.

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Sophomore guard K.J. Lawson leaving Kansas

A source close to the Lawson family confirmed to the Journal-World late Thursday night that reports about KU sophomore K.J. Lawson entering the transfer portal were in fact true. By Matt Tait