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Barton to honor Bechard

Kansas University volleyball coach Ray Bechard will be inducted into the Barton County Community College Sports Hall of Fame next month. Prior to coming to KU in 1998, Bechard spent 13 years at the Great Bend school, compiling a 92.3 winning percentage.

Allen predicted 1952 title

By Bill Mayer Kansas had just whipped Saint Louis University 74-55 in Kansas City to win the 1952 NCAA regional basketball title. Dick Snider of the Topeka Capital and I approached Phog Allen at midcourt for some remarks.

Allen predicted 1952 title

Kansas had just whipped Saint Louis University 74-55 in Kansas City to win the 1952 NCAA regional basketball title. Dick Snider of the Topeka Capital and I approached Phog Allen at midcourt for some remarks.

6Sports video report: 1952 men's team back in town

Kevin Romary reports on the 50th reunion of the 1952 KU men's basketball team. The members will be honored at halftime at Saturday's game.

6Sports video report: KU men looking to hit 26-0

Kevin Romary reports on Saturday's game between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Jayhawks. The Buffs have not won in Lawrence since 1983.

6Sports video report: KU men looking to hit 26-0

Kevin Romary reports on Saturday's game between the Colorado Buffaloes and the Jayhawks. The Buffs have not won in Lawrence since 1983.

Former Jayhawks to start

Rod Jones, who played for Kansas University from 1992 to 1995, will start at right offensive tackle for the St. Louis Rams in Sunday's Super Bowl against the New England Patriots.

Russell shines in throw

By Robert Sinclair Already the Kansas University, Big 12 and Canadian record holder in the men's 35-pound weight throw, KU senior Scott Russell came within two millimeters of setting the NCAA standard Friday.

Buffs hope to change luck in fieldhouse

By Gary Bedore Good at home, rotten on the road describes Colorado's men's basketball team. The Buffs (12-6, 3-4 Big 12) take a 1-5 road record including an 0-3 mark in league games into today's 3:05 p.m. clash at Kansas (18-2, 7-0).