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NCAA reinstates Rush

The NCAA has restored the eligibility of Kansas University's Brandon Rush after reviewing with KU officials the circumstances regarding his application for the 2005 NBA draft.

KU loses to K-State, 59-55

Jayhawks 31-game win streak snapped

One of these days Kansas University's basketball team's winning streak over in-state rival Kansas State is going to end. But a win today would make it 32 in a row for the Jayhawks over the Wildcats.

31 and counting ...

Jayhawks hoping to extend dominant streak against KSU

Kansas University senior Stephen Vinson was 10 years old the last time Kansas State defeated KU in men's basketball. It was Jan. 17, 1994, when the Wildcats tripped the Jayhawks, 68-64, in Allen Fieldhouse. KU since has rattled off 31 straight victories in the series between the in-state rivals - 11 in Allen Fieldhouse, 12 in Manhattan and eight in Kansas City, Mo.

Briefly

Self: K-State will be fired up

Coach won't judge Wildcats just on blowout loss

Bill Self bristled Friday when a reporter suggested that Kansas State didn't "look like a good basketball team" against Nebraska on Wednesday night. "Everybody has bad games," Self, Kansas University's basketball coach, said, commenting on K-State's 57-42 home loss ...

Mayer: 'Road' paved at KU

The new film "Glory Road" revives college basketball's Myth of '66. You know, Texas Western (now UTEP) won the 1966 NCAA title by starting five black players and playing only seven, all minorities, to upset all-white Kentucky.

Self: K-State will be fired up

Coach won't judge Wildcats just on blowout loss

Bill Self bristled Friday when a reporter suggested that Kansas State didn't "look like a good basketball team" against Nebraska on Wednesday night. "Everybody has bad games," Self, Kansas University's basketball coach, said, commenting on K-State's 57-42 home loss ...

6Sports video: Dave Doeren takes Wisconsin position

KU head football coach Mark Mangino is looking foir a new assistant coach. This afternoon, the University of Wisconsin hired away Dave Doeren.

6Sports video: Wildcats to try and break 31-game losing streak

What were you doing on January 17, 1994? If you were a Kansas State basketball fan, you were probably celebrating the Wildcats' 68-64 win over the Jayhawks at Allen Fieldhouse. That, however, would have been the last time you celebrated a KSU vicotory over KU.

6Sports video: KU women to face A&M Sunday

The Kansas women's basketball team is back home this weekend. On Sunday, Bonnie Henrickson's squad will try to snap a 2-game losing skid. However, it will not be easy.

KU aide Doeren hired at Wisconsin

Dave Doeren, Kansas University's linebacker coach and co-defensive coordinator the past four seasons, is leaving KU to take a similar job at Wisconsin, it was announced Friday. Doeren leaves after helping develop KU's defense into one of the nation's best while building the Jayhawks' foundation through his knack for attracting solid recruits.

Tale of the tape