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Scott Chasen

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Scott is a sports intern for the Lawrence Journal-World.

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'She's not a coward': Brandon Schneider praises guard, blasts team after loss to Texas Tech

Brianna Osorio's 28-point performance was just about the only thing KU coach Brandon Schneider reflected favorably upon after a loss to Texas Tech.

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KU women blitzed in third quarter in loss to West Virginia

Immediately following KU's loss to West Virginia, the two head coaches couldn't have differed any more in their comments. By Scott Chasen

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KU rebounds from home loss, survives test at TCU

Staring down the barrel of another two-game losing streak and a second early loss in Big 12 play, the Jayhawks responded in hostile territory. By Scott Chasen

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KU scrapes past Nebraska to snap 2-game skid

It had been a while — nearly five years, in fact — since KU basketball lost three games in a row. Playing at Pinnacle Bank Arena on Saturday, the No. 13-ranked Jayhawks were determined to keep it that way. By Scott Chasen

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'Proud for her': Jayhawks claw past SEMO on late free throw

On a day when just about nothing bounced her way, Kylee Kopatich needed the extra second. Really, the whole team did. By Scott Chasen

'A learning experience': Nebraska hands KU women's basketball first loss of 2017-18

Following his team's first loss of the season, it was a "four" on the box score that jumped out to KU coach Brandon Schneider. By Scott Chasen</strong

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Clay Young's 'MVP' performance helps KU over Syracuse

If Clay Young doesn’t want MVP honors, he’ll have to settle for president. After all, that was the honor bestowed upon him by a teammate after his previous career-best outing. By Scott Chasen

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Devonte' Graham, Clay Young spark KU past Syracuse

All the attention was inside. Devonte’ Graham made sure it didn’t stay there very long. By Scott Chasen

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Missouri-KU clash leading to reunion for KU volleyball's Taylor Alexander

Melanie Crow and Taylor Alexander have shared the court before — as teammates. The two will be on opposite sides as the NCAA tournament begins. By Scott Chasen

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'Ugly, ugly, muddy game': Christalah Lyons helps Jayhawks grind past UMKC

UMKC coach Jacie Hoyt didn't want to let KU's Kylee Kopatich get into a rhythm. Fortunately for the Jayhawks, they had another player step up. By Scott Chasen

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