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KU's perimeter defense paves way for 86-56 win over Fort Hays State

It was supposed to be the Kansas size that overwhelmed and swallowed up visiting Fort Hays State during Thursday’s exhibition opener at Allen Fieldhouse. Instead, it was the menacing KU defense that paced the Jayhawks to an 86-56 victory. Matt Tait

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Benton Smith: KU center Udoka Azubuike taken out of comfort zone in exhibition opener

Udoka Azubuike hadn’t played a real basketball game in nearly 10 months. And he won’t officially play one until Kansas takes on Duke in Madison Square Garden on Nov. 5. Benton Smith

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KU's perimeter defense paves way for 86-56 win over Fort Hays State

It was supposed to be the Kansas size that overwhelmed and swallowed up visiting Fort Hays State during Thursday’s exhibition opener at Allen Fieldhouse. Instead, it was the menacing KU defense that paced the Jayhawks to an 86-56 victory. Matt Tait

KU soccer records 1-1 draw with West Virginia

Two halves and a pair overtimes weren’t enough to decide a winner.

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Notebook: Mitch Lightfoot could still redshirt after coming off bench against Fort Hays State

Not expected to play in Thursday’s 86-56 exhibition victory over Fort Hays State, Kansas senior Mitch Lightfoot found himself on the floor and in the Kansas lineup 4:10 into the game.

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Quick recap: No. 3 Jayhawks top Tigers in exhibition opener

Over seven months after a lopsided loss to Auburn in the second round of the NCAA Tournament, Kansas fans got their first look at this year’s No. 3-ranked squad.

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KUsports Live: Kansas basketball vs. Fort Hays State University

Welcome to KUsports Live coverage of today's game against Fort Hays State University

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'Farfetched opportunity' awaits Darrell Stuckey, KU's next Ring of Honor member

Like most college football players, Darrell Stuckey didn’t give much thought when he arrived at the University of Kansas as a freshman about the possibility of seeing his name commemorated inside the stadium where he played.

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Kansas K Liam Jones flushing blocked kicks from his mind

In a narrow, last-second loss for the Kansas football team at Texas this past weekend, a number of mistakes at various junctures of a wild game in Austin prevented the Jayhawks from pulling off the upset victory. Some special teams failures, by KU’s kicking unit in particular, stood out in a 50-48 loss. But junior kicker Liam Jones said this week he and his teammates plan to learn from their mistakes. By Benton Smith