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Kansas guard Frank Mason III (0), Perry Ellis (34) and Landen Lucas, background right, walk off the court as West Virginia fans storm the court after defeating the Jayhawks 62-61 Monday, February 16, 2105  in Morgantown, W.V.

Jayhawks discuss concerns at players’ meeting

Kansas University basketball starters/team leaders Perry Ellis and Wayne Selden Jr. called a players-only meeting on Tuesday night at Jayhawker Towers in response to the Jayhawks’ 70-63 loss to Kansas State on Monday in Manhattan.

February 26, 2015

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