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Thursday, November 28

1600: Hawks find Hawaiian paradise

Maui truly is paradise for Kansas University's men's basketball team. The Jayhawks, who dumped LSU by 29 points and California by 18 in first- and second-round Maui Invitational games, made it three resounding victories in three nights, punishing Virginia, 80-63, in Wednesday's finals at the Lahaina Civic Center.

KU makes merry in Maui

Jayhawks vanquish Virginia, 80-63

Maui truly is paradise for Kansas University's men's basketball team.

Wednesday, November 27

Cal's Grey blue after loss

Ed Gray scored a career-high 32 points on Tuesday night. That's definitely good. Gray, California's 6-foot-3 senior guard, didn't score in the final 10:55 of the Golden Bears' 85-67 loss to Kansas in the Maui Invitational semifinals at the Lahaina Civic Center. That's not so good, not good at all.

Monday, November 11

Anecdotes, stories, fill Max's book

Notes and quotes while wondering if the pay-per-view purveyors are already licking their chops about a Mike Tyson-Evander Holyfield rematch. ...Hot off the presses, as they say, is Max Falkenstien's retrospective on 50 years of Kansas University athletics.