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A quick look at Overreaction Wednesday and what it means for Kansas basketball

Well that sure was wild. For 40 minutes inside one of the greatest basketball venues on the planet, two of the shiniest college programs ran up and down the floor begging each other to take control of the game. And while both Kansas and Duke did just ... Continue reading

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Jayhawks’ front court not ready to defend 3-point shooting bigs

As alarming as all those turnovers were for the Kansas basketball team in its season opener against Duke, another issue that could vex head coach Bill Self and his staff all season popped up on the defensive end of the court. No, not all bigs who space ... Continue reading

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2020 PG Bryce Thomoson sets announcement date

2020 PG Bryce Thompson will announce his college decision on Tuesday, November 12th. The 6'4" PG from Oklahoma will choose between North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State and Kansas. Thompson will announce his decision at 10:00 am central time at Booker T. Washington High School. He has already ... Continue reading

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Junior guard Marcus Garrett on KU’s turnovers and the loss to Duke

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Bill Self, Devon Dotson & Ochai Agbaji break down No. 3 KU’s 68-66 loss to No. 4 Duke

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Marcus Garrett takes top spot in KUsports.com ratings after tough loss to Duke

**1 – Marcus Garrett –** Easily KU’s best player in this one, Garrett was efficient on offense — five assists and two turnovers — and his usual lockdown self on defense. His 5-of-13 shooting night wasn’t the prettiest, but even that was the product of a player ... Continue reading

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Postgame Report Card: No. 4 Duke 68, No. 3 Kansas 66

Quick grades for five aspects of the Kansas basketball team’s season-opening 68-66 loss to Duke on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden, in New York. Offense: D ---------- • The Jayhawks’ offense, though assertive early, quickly turned frantic, and they turned the ball over 5 times in ... Continue reading

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FanDuel’s odds for KU vs. Duke in Champions Classic

College basketball is officially back. While it is tougher to get gambling information in this sport compared to others, that isn’t the case for the season opener. That is because we get the luxury of watching a doozy of a doubleheader in the Champions Classic to officially ... Continue reading

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Odds of interest for Kansas, others entering the 2019-20 college basketball season

**New York —** Seeing how it’s the first official day of the college basketball season, it only makes sense to take a look at the championship odds entering the 2019-20 campaign. We already know that [tonight’s Champions Classic at Madison Square Garden features the top four ranked ... Continue reading

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Getting to know: Duke basketball

There isn’t a better way to begin a season. In this year’s Champions Classic, all of the top-four teams in the country will take center stage to officially get the 2019-20 season underway. This is the first time in the nine-year history of the event that the ... Continue reading

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2019-20 KU Basketball season preview with Matt Tait

With yet another season of Kansas basketball about to tip off, KUsports.com's Matt Tait got the call up to join the Foul Shots podcast for the first time. If you haven't seen them in the past, Foul Shots, in partnership with KUsports.com, is a podcast by Nick ... Continue reading

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5 star guard Bryce Thompson cuts his list to four

Five-star Class of 2020 guard Bryce Thompson cut his list to four on Sunday. The Oklahoma native cut his list to North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, and Kansas. Thompson recently visited Kansas the day after Late Night in the Phog, and the Jayhawks considered to be one ... Continue reading

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KU Sports Extra - Sunflower slowdown

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Carter Stanley on importance of this bye week for Jayhawks

Kansas quarterback Carter Stanley spoke to reporters following a 38-10 loss to Kansas State Saturday afternoon at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. The Jayhawks have now lost 11 games in a row in the Sunflower Showdown. Kansas will have a bye week next week. Continue reading

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KU head coach Les Miles after 38-10 loss to Kansas State

Kansas head coach Les Miles spoke to reporters Saturday afternoon after a 38-10 loss to Kansas State in David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. The Jayhawks have now lost 11 consecutive meetings in the Sunflower Showdown. Kansas will have a bye week next week. Continue reading

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Getting to know: Kansas State football

This year’s Sunflower Showdown has a different feel to it than previous years. Last season, there was some conversation about how Kansas was closing the gap in this rivalry with Kansas State. But that was fake, and had more to do with the Wildcats not playing well ... Continue reading

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Self on senior Udoka Azubuike’s free throw woes: ‘He’s just got a mental block’

Plenty accustomed to talking about the topic for the past few years, Kansas basketball coach Bill Self was asked [after Thursday’s 102-42 win over Pitt State][1] if he expected senior center Udoka Azubuike to spend some extra time between then and Tuesday’s game against Duke working on ... Continue reading

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Over/under prop bets for KU’s matchup with Kansas State

A Sunflower Showdown worth talking about? This has been a one-sided rivalry for the last decade on the football field, but that could all change this weekend at David Booth Kansas Memorial Stadium. For the first time since 2009, KU is less than a 10-point underdog against ... Continue reading

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Pick 6: Best bets for Week 10 of college football

**Best bet:** Memphis (-6) vs. SMU It is not often that an undefeated team is getting six points this late in the season, but it is probably the right call. Memphis is 23rd in total yards per game with 470.6 yards per contest, while ranking 10th in ... Continue reading

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‘What does KU feed them boys?’ Gorillas gobbled up by Jayhawks in exhibition finale

Pitt State coach Kim Anderson needed just one word to sum up his feelings. “Gosh,” the former Missouri player and coach who is all too familiar with Kansas said following [Thursday’s 102-42 KU victory at Allen Fieldhouse.][1] The astonishment didn’t stop there. R.J. Lawrence, a sophomore guard ... Continue reading