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Party in the Phog: Self’s Vanilla Ice imitation highlights memorable Late Night

Dressed in gold from head to toe, Bill “Vanilla Ice” Self addressed 16,300 frenzied fans on Friday night.

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Aishah Sutherland impresses in Late Night women's scrimmage

Tory Verdi isn’t taking it easy on Aishah Sutherland.

Late Night musings

Late Night impressions from courtside while escaping for a few hours from the state of the other sport:

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Official opening for practice fires up fans

Wearing No. 32 on his back and a white headband on his head, Josh Selby, the nation’s No. 1-rated recruit, made his Allen Fieldhouse debut Friday during Late Night in the Phog.

Former Jayhawk Billy Thomas accepts high school coaching position

Former Kansas University guard Billy Thomas, who this past summer retired from professional basketball at the age of 34, has accepted the head boys basketball coaching position at The Barstow School in Kansas City, Mo., Thomas said on Friday.

Charlotte chooses Collins over Crittenton

The Bobcats waived guard Javaris Crittenton on Friday, ending a short stay in Charlotte as he tries to return to the NBA from an ankle injury and a lengthy suspension for his role in the Gilbert Arenas gun flap. The Bobcats wanted to give more time to undrafted rookie Sherron Collins, who is in line for the No. 3 point-guard job behind starter D.J. Augustin and backup Shaun Livingston.

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KU football offense going through difficult dry spell

The Kansas University football team’s defense might have surrendered 114 points during the past two games, but the offense is not free from blame when searching for answers for the Jayhawks’ recent struggles.

KU soccer blanked by Texas Tech, 2-0

A pair of header shots in the first half doomed Kansas University’s soccer team in a 2-0 loss to Texas Tech on Friday at John Walker Stadium.

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Party in the Phog: Self’s Vanilla Ice imitation highlights memorable Late Night

Dressed in gold from head to toe, Bill “Vanilla Ice” Self addressed 16,300 frenzied fans on Friday night.