Stories for November 29, 2019


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‘Unfinished business’: Why Carter Stanley stuck with KU football at a career crossroads

Carter Stanley didn't have to play his final college season at the University of Kansas. At one point, the quarterback wasn't even sure he wanted to. “I did just about everything but officially enter the portal." As the QB heads into his KU finale, though, he's happy he came back. By Benton Smith


KU women's basketball defeats Wright State in opening round

Behind freshman guard Zakiyah Franklin’s career-high 19 points, Kansas came back to defeat Wright State, 74-63, in the opening game of the FAU Thanksgiving Tournament in FAU Arena on Friday.

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Jayhawks hope to deliver program's most wins since 2009

Three wins. Two wins. One win. No wins. In a decade dominated by losses, those are the only season win totals the Kansas football program has known. By Benton Smith

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Game Day Breakdown - KU football vs. No. 11 Baylor

The peaks and valleys of head coach Les Miles’ first season with KU football have coincided with the triumphs and failures of the offense. By Benton Smith

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To college hoops coaches, 'There's nothing like the Maui Invitational'

Every year for the past three-plus decades, the eight coaches competing at the Maui Invitational have expressed their gratitude over the opportunity to take a team to Maui. And this year certainly was no different. By Matt Tait

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How Devon Dotson and Ochai Agbaji played all 45 minutes in KU's Maui Invitational win over Dayton

Kansas basketball coach Bill Self has one simple rule when it comes to ball handlers and this season’s Jayhawks.By Matt Tait