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Jayhawks in dark over next pro foe

Kansas University coach Bill Self hasn’t been able to gather much information about AMW Team France, which is KU’s opponent in today’s 1 p.m. Central exhibition game at Stade Pierre de Coubertin in Paris.

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KU's Diamond Dixon wins gold medal at Olympic Games as part of 4 x 400 relay team

Foursome of Felix, Richards-Ross, Trotter, McCorory prevail on Saturday; Jayhawk ran in semis Friday

KU's Diamond Dixon earned a gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games

Gary Woodland struggles to 79

Gary Woodland had two double-bogeys and four bogeys on an eight-hole stretch during a rough second day at the PGA Championship.

Mike Ragone ‘animal’ at tight end for KU

A colorful character with a thick South Jersey accent, a sharp sense of humor, an endearing laugh that has a hint of sinister to it and a deep love for Italian cooking and barbecue, Kansas University senior tight end Mike Ragone has but one color to his collar, and it’s blue.

KU’s Diamond Dixon, relay team advance

Kansas University junior-to-be Diamond Dixon ran the third leg for Team USA in the semifinals of the 4x400-meter relay Friday evening inside the Olympic Stadium. The U.S. finished in 3:22.09, the fastest time among the eight finals qualifiers. The U.S. team will run in the event final, which is slated for 2:25 p.m. (Central) today.

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Jayhawks in dark over next pro foe

Kansas University coach Bill Self hasn’t been able to gather much information about AMW Team France, which is KU’s opponent in today’s 1 p.m. Central exhibition game at Stade Pierre de Coubertin in Paris.