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Weis mixes it up again in search for KU football fix

With three games remaining in 2013, and qualifying for a bowl game no longer in the picture, Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis this week is implementing a few changes that he hopes will alter KU’s path and help the Jayhawks finish the season on a winning note. By Matt Tait

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Weis: Next foes no easier, despite worse records

After running the annual Big 12 gantlet — one that seemingly never ends — the Kansas University football team is set to finish 2013 with three games that, on paper, appear to be a little easier than what the Jayhawks just went through. By Matt Tait

Opinion: Take it from Traylor: KU's 'definitely stacked'

When 11th-year Kansas University basketball coach Bill Self evaluates young talent, he ranks “hard-to-guard” as among the most important qualities he seeks. He struck gold with this team in that regard. Column by Tom Keegan

How former Jayhawks fared in NBA games of Nov. 13

Here's a look at how former Kansas University players fared in NBA games of Wednesday, Nov. 13.

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Weis mixes it up again in search for KU football fix

With three games remaining in 2013, and qualifying for a bowl game no longer in the picture, Kansas University football coach Charlie Weis this week is implementing a few changes that he hopes will alter KU’s path and help the Jayhawks finish the season on a winning note. By Matt Tait

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Shorn Wiggins shines vs. Duke

Kansas University freshman guard Andrew Wiggins had his shaggy Afro clipped before Tuesday’s Champions Classic battle against Duke. It’s made inquiring minds wonder about the 6-foot-8 freshman’s motivation for sitting in the barber chair prior to such a big game. By Gary Bedore

Kansas women sign three in 2014 class

The Kansas University women’s basketball program received three letters of intent on the first day of the early signing period, KU coach Bonnie Henrickson announced Wednesday.

Opinion: Young Jayhawks handle big stage like vets

From the moment the locker room door flew open Tuesday night to when the celebratory basketball was tossed skyward, the young Kansas University basketball team stayed in confident attack mode, keeping seriously skilled Duke from taking control and then burying the Blue Devils with a flurry at the end. Column by Tom Keegan