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FINAL: KU scores 63 points in second half of 99-64 victory over Radford

Six Jayhawks scored in double figures, led by 15 points apiece from Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich.

Early Morning

Perkins did it his way

A.D. driven by money, winning

Those shocked at the way athletic director Lew Perkins has handled the Kansas University football coaching change haven’t paid close attention to the way Perkins handles most things.

Stories

Akron passes on KU's Warinner

Kansas University offensive coordinator Ed Warinner, who on Monday interviewed for the University of Akron head coaching vacancy, did not get the job, a school official confirmed Wednesday.

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FINAL: KU scores 63 points in second half of 99-64 victory over Radford

Six Jayhawks scored in double figures, led by 15 points apiece from Sherron Collins and Cole Aldrich.

Daughter of Buffalo's Gill recently began job with KU athletics department

Jordan Gill, the daughter of Kansas University football coaching candidate Turner Gill, recently began working for the KU athletics department's Williams Fund, the Journal-World learned Tuesday.

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Jayhawks working on free throws

Every so often, near the end of a grueling Kansas University basketball practice, Bill Self will order one of his players to step to the free-throw line.

Radford coach has seen this before

Radford basketball coach Brad Greenberg remembers the day his younger brother, Seth, engineered one of the biggest upsets in Allen Fieldhouse history.

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Perkins did it his way

A.D. driven by money, winning

Those shocked at the way athletic director Lew Perkins has handled the Kansas University football coaching change haven’t paid close attention to the way Perkins handles most things.