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KU denies open records request seeking more information about NCAA allegations

While the University of Kansas has publicly released the list of recruiting allegations the NCAA has made against the school’s basketball program, it is declining to release other basic information about the case.

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How Kansas basketball landed Snoop Dogg for Late Night

Despite what you might have seen in a promotional video earlier this year involving KU’s Les Miles and rapper Rick Ross, scheduling a world-famous musician for an event at KU is not as easy as a head coach simply picking up the phone.

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State lawmaker says Kansas unlikely to pass law allowing college athletes to profit through endorsements

California’s decision to allow college athletes to make money through endorsements could lead to many other states following in its footsteps. But Kansas likely won’t be one of them, said state Rep. Jim Ward, D-Wichita. By Dylan Lysen

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California to let college athletes make money, defying NCAA

Defying the NCAA, California's governor signed a first-in-the-nation law Monday that will let college athletes hire agents and make money from endorsements — a move that could upend amateur sports in the U.S. and trigger a legal challenge.

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Snoop Dogg to perform at KU's annual Late Night in the Phog

World-famous rapper, producer and television personality Snoop Dogg will be the headlining performer at the University of Kansas' annual Late Night in the Phog.

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KU coach Bill Self says looming NCAA situation no distraction for team, motivation for him

Making his first public comments since receiving a Notice of Allegations from the NCAA on Monday, KU coach Bill Self said he did not think the looming NCAA situation would be a distraction for his team and that it would motivate him. By Matt Tait

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NCAA suspends response deadlines in hoops corruption cases

The NCAA is suspending its deadlines for schools to respond to charges levied by the governing body in the wake of college basketball's corruption scandal.

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Analysis: Understanding what matters and what doesn't in the NCAA's case against KU

It seems like KU officials understand what this case hinges on, but the sports radio and online chatter make it clear that many fans and some pundits don’t. KU fans have been building defenses for KU that probably won't matter much in the end. The case hinges on whether Adidas employees — people like T.J. Gassnola, James Gatto and Merl Code, all convicted of federal fraud charges — are categorized as boosters of the university.

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KU officials confirm they have received notice of NCAA violations; will 'fiercely dispute' charges

The integrity of KU’s men’s basketball program — and perhaps its vaunted streak of postseason appearances — came under attack Monday after the NCAA alleged head coach Bill Self and one of his assistants were complicit in major recruiting violations.

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Perry Ellis to join KU staff as video coordinator

As former All-Big 12 basketball forward Perry Ellis works toward completing his undergraduate degree, he knows he has a job waiting for him.

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Freshman PG Issac McBride leaves KU basketball

After a little more than three months with the University of Kansas basketball team, freshman Issac McBride decided the program wasn’t for him.

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Chancellor: KU has not received rules violation allegations from NCAA

The University of Kansas Athletics program is prepared to receive allegations of rules violations from the NCAA, but so far the university has not received anything from the organization, KU Chancellor Douglas Girod said Friday.

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KU basketball's Big 12 schedule features 4 Big Monday dates, opens Jan. 4 vs. West Virginia

The Kansas men’s basketball team’s quest to begin a new Big 12 title streak officially will get under way on Jan. 4 at Allen Fieldhouse against West Virginia. By Matt Tait

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KU basketball coaches ramp up recruiting in 2020 and beyond

It’s been a busy stretch of recruiting for the Kansas basketball coaching staff, which traveled around the country last week to check in on some of KU’s top targets in the 2020 class. By Matt Tait

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Ramsey's road: A dog, a chain and a fast path to becoming the strength coach at Kansas

The weight room gains of dozens of current and future Jayhawks eventually will be traced back to a dog named Hunter. This is the story of Ramsey Nijem's beginning in strength and conditioning and how his path brought him to Kansas. By Matt Tait