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Tom Keegan: RPI remains hidden impediment to NCAA tournament fairness

Unless and until the NCAA, its affiliated television networks and all media covering college basketball denounce and distance themselves from the dreaded RPI rankings, March Madness seeding won’t approach anything that resembles fair. By Tom Keegan

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Jayhawks have simple goal after tough loss at Baylor: 'We just have to regroup'

Asked for a “big picture” assessment of his Kansas basketball team following Saturday's disheartening, 80-74 loss at Baylor, KU coach Bill Self wasted no time getting to the point. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks currently a 2 seed in eyes of NCAA Tournament selection committee

If the 2018 NCAA Tournament began today, the Kansas Jayhawks would be a No. 2 seed in the West region. That was the message sent by this year's selection committee, which on Sunday revealed the top four seeds in each region, as things stand today, during an afternoon special on CBS Sports. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Pregame injury serves as bad omen for Svi, KU's offense

You know it’s not your day when you can’t escape pregame warmups without an injury to a key player. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Devonte' Graham carries offense in loss to Baylor; De Sousa makes brief appearance

A quick glance up and down the box score following Saturday's 80-64 victory by Baylor over 10th-ranked Kansas at Ferrell Center revealed a fact that was probably obvious to anyone who watched the game. By Matt Tait

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Everything, including chemistry, awry for No. 10 Kansas in loss at Baylor

If you were to pick a single play that summed up just how out of sorts the Kansas men's basketball team was on Saturday during an 80-64 loss to Baylor at Ferrell Center — and, if we're being honest, there were more than a dozen of them — it came early in the second half on, of all things, a Kansas 3-pointer. By Matt Tait

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KU offense crashes in road loss at Baylor

A lackluster first half put the Kansas basketball team in a troublesome spot Saturday afternoon at Baylor, so much so that a second-half surge couldn’t save the Jayhawks in an 80-64 road loss. The Bears ended an 11-game losing streak versus KU by shooting 57 percent from the floor and turning the Jayhawks’ offense into a shell of itself most of the first half. By Benton Smith

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Gameday Breakdown: No. 10 KU basketball at Baylor

A look at some of the keys for 10th-ranked Kansas in today's Big 12 road battle at Baylor. By Matt Tait

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Drug distribution case involving former KU basketball player Brannen Greene still under investigation

The case of a former University of Kansas basketball player who was arrested last weekend on suspicion of distributing marijuana is still under investigation, the Kansas Highway Patrol said Friday.

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Rising KC prospect Ochai Agbaji commits to Kansas

Already armed with a star-studded 2018 recruiting class ranked No. 3 in the nation by Rivals.com, the Kansas men's basketball program added to its haul on Thursday with a pledge from Oak Park High guard Ochai Agbaji, who orally committed to join the Jayhawks during a 2 p.m. ceremony at his school. By Matt Tait

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Sophomore forward Mitch Lightfoot delivers strong performance in debut as a KU starter

With his mother and grandmother sitting in the stands after making a last-minute decision to travel to Allen Fieldhouse for Tuesday's 71-64 Kansas victory, KU sophomore Mitch Lightfoot made sure the trip from Arizona was worth it.By Matt Tait

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Just Enough: Jayhawks sink key shots, shake past TCU

On a night when nothing came easy for the 10th-ranked Jayhawks, Devonte' Graham's rattle-clang-dip-bang 3-point make with 6:06 to play gave Kansas the breathing room it needed to avoid utter disaster and get back into the win column at Allen Fieldhouse, 71-64 over visiting TCU. By Matt Tait

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Tom Keegan: Lagerald Vick begins crawling out of his funk

Someone had to lend Devonte' Graham and Udoka Azubuike a hand Tuesday night against TCU. Slowly, Lagerald Vick crept out of his hole, not all the way out — not yet — but just enough to at least make TCU pay a little for sending extra attention the way of Azubuike and for not leaving Svi Mykhailiuk. By Tom Keegan

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Notebook: Mitch Lightfoot makes first start; a look back at how KU players fared in first starts

Sophomore forward Mitch Lightfoot started the first game of his Kansas career on Tuesday night and helped the 10th-ranked Jayhawks win a battle over TCU, 71-64, at Allen Fieldhouse. By Matt Tait

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Jayhawks recover in 2nd half to beat TCU

No victory is guaranteed or a foregone conclusion this season in the Big 12 — not even inside Allen FIeldhouse. The Kansas basketball team survived a serious test from visiting TCU Tuesday night, though, 71-64. By Benton Smith