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Memphians make very good Jayhawks

Memphis has been very, very good to Kansas basketball in recent years. And Kansas basketball has been very, very good to Memphis natives. Tarik Black left his hometown to play one year as a graduate transfer for Kansas. He played just 13.5 minutes per game because phenom ... Continue reading

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Breaking down the strengths of All-Big 12 DE Dorance Armstrong

On a team that posted a 2-10 record, it’s not easy to stand out for individual accomplishments. But everybody took notice of Kansas sophomore defensive end Dorance Armstrong Jr., and he was recognized with first-team All-Big 12 honors Wednesday, the first unanimous selection since the Jayhawks joined ... Continue reading

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Kansas football limited to 16 new scholarships for Class of 2017, 14 verbally committed so far

Catching the bait was the only aspect of fishing I ever enjoyed. It didn’t take long to learn that crayfish had one gear: reverse. The best worm hunting happened the morning after a rainy night. Turn over a rock on one of those mornings, unearth a worm ... Continue reading

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Former Self stars congratulate coach on 600th victory

In case you haven't seen it, here's that video that played last night with 15 former Bill Self players (including 11 Jayhawks) congratulating him on win No. 600. Familiar faces (near and far) offering congratulations to @CoachBillSelf on his monumental 600th career win! #kubball pic.twitter.com/xZjoxQxSOh— Kansas Basketball ... Continue reading

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The Day After: An old school rout on a special night

Tuesday was a special night at Allen Fieldhouse and not just because the Jayhawks scored a season-high for points and absolutely throttled their opponent, UMKC, 105-62. It marked the 600th victory in the coaching career of KU coach Bill Self and, thankfully for everybody involved, Self actually ... Continue reading

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KU Sports Extra: 600 & Counting for KU’s Bill Self

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Josh Jackson thrives on drives while working to improve jumper

On a night when Kansas thrived with the three-ball, the most talented basketball prospect on the floor found it more beneficial to score inside. While Josh Jackson’s teammates combined to convert 15 of their 26 shots from downtown, the freshman wing from Detroit missed his lone attempt ... Continue reading

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Baseline View: Bill Self gets win number 600

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Mason, Jackson, Graham on top again vs. UMKC

**1 - Frank Mason:** Checked out of the game with 6:22 remaining after amassing 30 points, five rebounds, five assists and three steals and did not turn it over once during his 31 minutes on the floor. Missed a couple of shots at the rim early that ... Continue reading

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Postgame Report Card: Kansas 105, UMKC 62

Quick grades for five aspects of KU’s 105-62 victory over UMKC on Tuesday, Dec. 6, 2016 at Allen Fieldhouse. Offense: A ---------- Jayhawks scored a season high and shot lights out while doing it. Came within one make of tying a school record for three-pointers and watched ... Continue reading

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Examining where Jayhawks ranked among Big 12 football leaders

Now that the 2016 Big 12 football season is complete, all the numbers have been totaled and averaged and sorted nicely for consumption, and [postseason honors are starting to get handed out][1]. So it’s a good time to review the league’s individual statistical leaders and see where ... Continue reading

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Getting to know: UMKC basketball

UMKC will enter Allen Fieldhouse on Tuesday night as one of the best three-point shooting teams in the country. The Roos rank sixth in the nation with 95 three-pointers and seventh in three-point field goal percentage (.430), which should give the third-ranked Kansas Jayhawks their toughest test ... Continue reading

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A look at what one coach charts during KU basketball games and practices

I like to doodle during my lunch break and my doodles usually have to do with KU sports, so I figured why not share them with KUsports.com readers on weekdays in this space, usually at noon, and if not, almost always in the 11:30 a.m.-to-1:30 p.m. range. ... Continue reading

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This Week in the Big 12 Conference…

It was a big weekend in the Big 12 Conference, with the still-unbeaten Baylor Bears knocking off No. 7 Xavier and Bob Huggins’ West Virginia squad picking up a huge road victory at No. 6 Virginia. That and more in the latest edition of This Week in ... Continue reading

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Say something nice about Kansas football: Pass defense took huge step forward in 2016

The most obvious improvement Kansas made in 2016 from winless 2015 came courtesy of its pass defense. The Jayhawks ranked 124th in the FBS with 293.7 passing yards allowed and moved all the way to 55th in 2016 with an average of 219.8 passing yards allowed per ... Continue reading

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Jayhawks in NFL share their support for #TeamCole

As young Kansas football fan Cole Hayden continues his fight against undifferentiated sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, his cheering section continues to grow. Over the past couple of days, Cole’s mother, Shanda Hayden, shared video messages sent the youngster’s way courtesy of some of the most ... Continue reading

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Postgame Pressers: KU 89, Stanford 74

Kansas players Devonte' Graham, Landen Lucas & Sviatoslav Mykhailiuk & Head Coach Bill Self ---------------------------------------- Stanford coach (and former Jayhawk) Jerod Haase -------------------------- https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G2coj-LWV50&t=232s Continue reading

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Baseline View: Kansas takes over to bring down Stanford, 89-74

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Mason soars to top of ratings with amazing bucket and 20-point game vs. Stanford

**1 - Frank Mason:** Actually flashed a smile after making an incredible shot on which he switched hands as a 7-footer crashed into him. Had a terrific day, especially in the second half. Finished with 20 points, four rebounds, five assists and one turnover in 35 minutes. ... Continue reading

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Postgame Report Card: Kansas 89, Stanford 74

Quick grades for five aspects of KU’s 89-74 victory over Stanford on Saturday afternoon at Allen Fieldhouse. Offense: A ---------- A low turnover total, terrific transition numbers and a great percentage from the floor and even better mark from three-point range. Easy A, approaching an A+. Defense: ... Continue reading

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