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Fort Worth Bowl: Travel tips

KU bowl game site home to arts, gourmet dining

Brian Fleming is tired of his hometown getting a bad rap. So Fleming, a Kansas University junior, is glad thousands of Jayhawk fans will be headed to Fort Worth next week.

Going the extra meal

KU nutritionist gets athletes on right track

Holly Gault spends most of her days in the classroom and on the soccer field.

Tailgaters gone wild!

Grab your grill and favorite beverage: It's time for football

No matter how the Jayhawks play on the field, the Atomic Buffalo Turds will be hot at Bruce Murrish's tailgate party.

KU fan to stand trial after altercation in Columbia

Banner at hoops game led to trouble with police chief

A former Kansas University student plans to challenge criminal charges stemming from an altercation with the University of Missouri police chief during a "Border Showdown" basketball game earlier this year.

MU investigation of KU fan sign incident clears police chief

The police chief at the University of Missouri acted "within his bounds of his duty as a police officer" when he grabbed a Kansas University student during an argument over a banner unfurled at an MU basketball game, MU officials said in an investigation report released today.

KU featured on ESPN broadcast

Lawrence and Allen Fieldhouse were in the national limelight this morning as ESPN started two days of broadcasts at Kansas University.

Tonight's homecoming events moved indoors

Thursday night's Kansas University homecoming block party and pep rally has been forced indoors because of rain.

KU releases Perkins' compensation details

Kansas University officials released details about athletic director Lew Perkins' salary and compensation package during a news conference Friday.

KU suing for leaky luxury skyboxes

KU suing for leaky luxury skyboxes

The scholarship suites at Kansas University's Memorial Stadium were supposed to be a place to watch football while avoiding the elements.

Scalped

Frowned upon by some, scalped tickets offer many fans the best opportunity to see KU play

It's a cold night outside Allen Fieldhouse, and a man dressed in a heavy black coat is flashing a handful of brightly colored basketball tickets to the throngs of passers-by. "Tickets ... anybody need tickets?" he says. "Tickets ... anybody got tickets?"

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