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Unfinished business

Jayhawks leave Indianapolis wanting a return trip in 2010

Kansas University’s basketball players and coaches boarded the team bus at 10 a.m. Saturday in front of the downtown Indianapolis Omni Severin Hotel, hoping they’d be back in Hoosier Country sooner rather than later.

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North Carolina leaves Oklahoma behind 72-60

Blake Griffin might be the nation's best player. North Carolina brushed him aside with a total team effort. Ty Lawson scored 19 points and Danny Green added 18 to lead the top-seeded Tar Heels to a 72-60 win over Griffin and Oklahoma on Sunday in the South Regional final.

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Michigan St beats No. 1 seed Louisville 64-52

Michigan State is marching on to Motown. The Spartans gave the Final Four a hometown feel, stopping overall No. 1 seed Louisville 64-52 Sunday to win the Midwest Regional.

Gary Bedore's KU Basketball Notebook

Draftexpress.com has KU junior guard Sherron Collins and KU sophomore center Cole Aldrich returning to college for the 2009-10 season. The Web site lists Aldrich as the No. 5 overall pick (of Minnesota) in the 2010 Draft and Collins the No. 21 overall pick (of Utah) also in ’10.

Rowing opener canceled

The Kansas University rowing team had its season opener for today canceled due to weather conditions between Wichita and Oklahoma City.

Missouri Relays canceled

Inclement weather canceled Saturday’s events at the Missouri Relays.

Women's golf delayed

For the second straight day, the Kansas University women’s golf team will have to wait to begin play at the 37th annual Liz Murphey Collegiate Classic, which was delayed Saturday due to rain.

KU soccer called off

Inclement weather forced the Kansas University soccer team to cancel its exhibition game against Creighton on Saturday. No makeup has been announced.

KU baseball's rally not enough

Kansas University’s baseball team rallied from a three-run deficit in the eighth inning, but couldn’t close it out against Texas A&M.

3 steps to ruling Big 12 and contending for No. 1 seed

Three things transpire and the 2009-2010 Kansas University basketball team strikes out the Big 12 competition, wins the conference title and contends for a No. 1 seed in next year’s NCAA Tournament.

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Unfinished business

Jayhawks leave Indianapolis wanting a return trip in 2010

Kansas University’s basketball players and coaches boarded the team bus at 10 a.m. Saturday in front of the downtown Indianapolis Omni Severin Hotel, hoping they’d be back in Hoosier Country sooner rather than later.

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KU women must travel to New Mexico for Elite Eight

When it comes to WNIT basketball, money talks, and everything else more or less walks.