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Jamari Traylor’s tale captivates campers

Kansas University sophomore forward Jamari Traylor didn’t expect to break down and cry before 800 youths during his appearance as guest speaker at the Bill Self basketball camp on Monday in Horejsi Center. But he did. By Gary Bedore

Top shots: A look at Bill Self’s best shooting guards

In the second installment of our summer series, the Journal-World and KUSports.com staffs look at the top shooting guards in the Bill Self era.

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KU officials eye Twitter account

Kansas University associate athletic director Jim Marchiony responded to a Twitter posting by the “KU Boobs” account on Monday, indicating the KU athletic department is not trying to shut down the KU Boobs Twitter account.

KU men’s hoops perfect in APR report

It’s academic-progress-rate time at universities across the country, and at Kansas University that means yet another reason for the men’s basketball program to celebrate. By Matt Tait

Kansas names tennis coach

Todd Chapman, who helped guide Texas Tech to the 2012 and 2013 Big 12 regular-season titles, has been named head women’s tennis coach at Kansas University.

KU track racks up All-Americans

Kansas University’s women’s track and field team earned a nation’s-best 16 first-team All-America awards this outdoor season.

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Jamari Traylor’s tale captivates campers

Kansas University sophomore forward Jamari Traylor didn’t expect to break down and cry before 800 youths during his appearance as guest speaker at the Bill Self basketball camp on Monday in Horejsi Center. But he did. By Gary Bedore

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Top shots: A look at Bill Self’s best shooting guards

In the second installment of our summer series, the Journal-World and KUSports.com staffs look at the top shooting guards in the Bill Self era.

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Indoor second inspired Kansas track

Assistant coach Wayne Pate delievered a short-but-sweet speech that proved to be the catalyst to last weekend’s outdoor national championship domination by Kansas' women's track and field team. By Matt Tait