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Rush leads the Jayhawks to 66-52 victory over the Wildcats

The numbers boggle the mind. For the 23rd straight time, Kansas beats Kansas State in Manhattan. In addition, Saturday's 66-52 victory improves the Jayhawk's record at Bramlage Coliseum to 18-0.

Kansas knocks off K-State, 66-52

Win means KU will at least share Big 12 crown

Kansas University players were plenty excited Saturday as they jumped up and down and let out screams Saturday as they ran into their lockerroom at Bramlage Coliseum. KU had reason to celebrate as its 66-52 win over its in-state rival gave the Jayhawks their18-straight vicotry against Kansas State in Bramlage Coliseum and 23rd win in a row in Manhattan.

One streak dead, another lives

Kansas has won 31 of 32 men's basketball games with Kansas State. Here's a look at the streak game by game.

KU-KSU Briefly

KU leads the all-time series, 170-89. K-State topped KU, 59-55, on Jan. 14, snapping the Jayhawks' 31-game winning streak over their in-state rivals. KU has won 22 straight games in Manhattan, including 17 against no losses in Bramlage Coliseum.

Huge day for Jayhawks

Humphreys unhittable; Settlemier's bat big

Kansas University's softball squad bounced back from a three-game losing streak for two victories Friday at the first day of the Best Western Airport Festival, beating Stephen F. Austin, 5-0, and Northern Iowa, 15-2.

Kemp gets Big 12 nod

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Jankovich still fond of KSU

Kansas aide enjoys making yearly trip to Little Apple

Kansas University's basketball squad can snare at least a share of the Big 12 Conference championship today with a victory at Kansas State, alma mater of current KU assistant coach Tim Jankovich.

Tale of the tape

Jayhawks (21-7, 12-3)

The big payback

KU ready to rebuild streak of dominance over K-State

Kansas University's basketball players and coaches took great pride in the Jayhawks' 31-game winning streak against Kansas State.

KU salvages home debut

Kansas University's baseball squad overcame errors in the field and at the plate to win its home opener Friday over Western Illinois, 5-4, at Hoglund Ballpark.

Mayer: Honest, Max set standard

With humble apologies to and immeasurable appreciation for Abe Lincoln ...